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A Kids' Room Makeover the Whole Family Can Enjoy

Step into this California kids' room where designer Brian Patrick Flynn uses a bold color palette, sophisticated patterns and classic furnishings to create a space that works for both kids and adults alike.
HGTV • 5 weeks ago

To give the children's bedroom pizzazz that's colorful and bold enough for kids, but chic and mature enough for parents, the windows were dressed with orange-and-white-toned botanical print draperies. Paired with woven wood blinds, the window coverings add privacy and filter out the strong California sun.

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Using mirrors will add depth and dimension to a small bedroom because of their unique ability to act like additional windows. Hanging several smaller mirrors in a group can add lots of visual interest, while using one large mirror will instantly create the illusion of more square footage. Photo courtesy of Layla Palmer.

Create the illusion of more space by limiting the color palette. If you use similar hues on walls, furnishings and bedding, the bedroom appears larger. The lines between all the different elements will be blurred, and your eye will move effortlessly around the room. To add interest, inject a few pops of a contrasting color. Photo courtesy of Layla Palmer.

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Wooden crate for blankets. You can get these at Michael’s, then stain and add handles