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For a child, a bedroom is more than just a place to sleep. It is a place to do the schoolwork, listen to music, play games, sprawl on the floor, rough-house, read, build models, daydream, visit with friends and keep innumerable precious possessions. You’ll need to plan carefully to create a room that serves all these functions and still is be comfortable and inviting — and has enough staying power to require only minimal redecorating every few years.

Here are some suggestions by Interior Designers who risked to enter the little one’s world: Created by Wayne Nathan and Carol Egan from a design by their clients’ son, a dramatic bunk bed that doubles as a puppet theater is a beloved hangout in a Manhattan family’s townhouse; the Ant chairs are by Arne Jacobsen.

Wayne Nathan and Carol Egan Interior Designs

In her Westchester County, New York, house, decorator Katie Ridder mixed feminine pastels with Indian details in a punchy but sweet bedroom for her daughter Gigi; the Bungalow 5 lacquer chests flank a headboard by Lisa Fine crowned with a whimsical cornice.
Katie Ridder Interior Designs suggestions

For Jackson Hole, Wyoming, boy’s bedroom, the late designer Randy Ridless saluted the Rocky Mountain setting with a rustic bed fashioned from hand-carved logs by La Lune Collection, along with vintage oars and walls upholstered in a sporty Fabricut plaid.

Jackson Hole Interior Design suggestions

Jonathan Adler covered a lampshade and canopy bed with vintage pink gingham for a girl’s bedroom on New York‘s Upper East Side; the jungle-animal wallpaper is by Cary Leibowitz, the custom-made wool rug is by Adler, and the Chippendale-style vintage highboy is boldly lacquered acid-green.

Jonathan Adler Interior Designs suggestions

A vibrant Lichtenstein-inspired Pop Art mural brings a playful tone to a children’s room designed by Sonali Purewal for her South Delhi home; the bloom-shaped lamp casts a soft glow.

Sonali Purewall Interior Design suggestions

Via Love Happens blog by KOKET

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