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Kids are notorious for changing their personal tastes from day to day. This is all part of growing up and developing their style and personality, which we as parents encourage! But it can be expensive and time-consuming to update their room decor constantly. Here are five tips for creating a room your kids will grow into and love!

5 Tips for Creating a Room Your Kids Will Grow Into and Love!

Classic bones and a grown-up color palette help make this children's room feel sophisticated. While primary colors blue and red can look childish, in darker, richer hues, they come across as mature.

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The ceiling is painted in Cook's Blue and the trim is Wimborne White, both from Farrow and Ball

Carla Lane Nursery Santa Barbara Design House and Gardens, blue ceiling, blue and white animal wallpaper, upholstered daybed

toy-storage-tips-and-tricks! this is so cute for my little man!

25 Totally Clever Toy Storage Tips and Tricks

Re-purpose a chest of drawers for tools as a side table with extra storage. Metal tool boxes are perfect for a little boys room.

If my son's bedroom would always look so dapper, I'd do bunk beds like this. How cool!

daniel romualdez for tory burch classic kids' bedroom--black and white striped wallpaper, roman shades, skirted parsons chairs, greek key fretwork trim, bunk beds

Love the ledge "bookshelves," pleated drapes with accent border, & bamboo shades.

Big boy room - we used ikea picture shelves for floor to ceiling book shelves.

Neat treatment for peaked architectural feature I John B. Murray

Good idea for a child's room where there is a dormer: Window seat. Excellent (lower) built-in's for toys + books.