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    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.

    As children grow to become kids, then tweens, then teens, they gradually become more interested in their appearance, making a mirror a must. To incorporate mirrors in an age-appropriate but designer-caliber way, it's smart to choose decorative styles that are also large enough in size to be used for getting ready for school.

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    Custom furniture doesn't always require a large price tag or materials too delicate for kids. The daybed in this children's room was custom-made with affordable pine, constructed in a modern design by installing 1- by 4-inch planks horizontally. This achieves an architectural style parents can enjoy, as well as a fun, painted finish perfect for kids.

    Parents and children often spend time reading together just before bedtime. To ensure a comfy spot for all, incorporate a small seating space. Choosing armless chairs takes up less visual space and gives the illusion that the room is slightly larger than it is.

    Feminine meets modern in this room shared by sisters. Design by Jennifer Jones

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    Designer Susie Fougerousse suggests: "Every child's room should be equipped with a sturdy bookshelf for displaying treasures, books, pictures and more. Selecting a basic style in a neutral color will allow the parents maximum versatility for use over the long term. As the child grows, the uses and consequently the look of the shelf will naturally adapt to the child's changing needs."

    Designer Steven Miller demonstrates how pink can work for older girls as well as it does for the little ones.

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    orange-and-white-toned botanical print draperies.

    sunburst mirror collection

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