Sleep Tight - Jill couldn't find a bed she liked, so she designed and built one herself, using plywood. The cutout circles on the headboard are backed with orange construction paper; Julian likes to change the colors regularly.
Storage Genius - Space was the big challenge when architects Jill and John Bouratoglou designed a bedroom for their 3-year-old son, Julian. The room is just 11 feet square, and it also had to double as a playroom, so they wanted to use every inch. They came up with innovative built-in storage solutions and made the space appear longer by painting the side walls blue and the end walls white. The result is an organized, modern room that doesn't cramp Julian's style.
It's alive! After countless hours of tinkering around in their merchandising department, the powers that be at The Land of Nod brought these awesome robot sheets to life. The printed robot bedding features an army of blue, green, orange and silver marching robots. What an awesome bedroom decor idea for young boys. Discover more kids room decorating and organizing tips and ideas @ http://kidsroomdecorating.net
Stripes and Checks - For a young boy's bedroom, rely on classic patterns with a masculine edge, such as plaids, stripes, and checks. These more sophisticated patterns will carry the room into the boy's teenage years, especially if they sport a classic red-and-khaki colorway.
This youthful vignette is created by pairing a white lacquer modern piece with a collection of vintage school maps, globes and ephemera. The turquoise and red color palette is bold, fresh and exciting. The metal chair, typically used outside, brings in an extra dose of whimsy. Discover more kids room decorating and organizing tips and ideas @ http://kidsroomdecorating.net
This room is a truly a little boys dream. The map wallpaper is perfect for the young explorer and the leather and canvas trim on the headboard tie in the colors of the map. There are hidden drawers in the bed for him to hide his toys, and an airplane hangs from above.