Sweet Retreat - Pink's long association with little girls makes it an ideal choice for a child's bedroom. The soft pastel combined with white creates an almost dessert-like frothiness in this sweet retreat. Pale pink linens and accent wall get a dash of necessary warmth from the nearly complementary apple green accents dotted around the room.
Monochrome Medley - This pretty pink bedroom shows just how lively a monochromatic palette can be. Multiple patterns enrich the bedding, window treatments, and furnishings without overpowering the small room. The trick is to limit the playful motifs to one color scheme, in several tints and shades, and mix in solid color accents.
Four-Alarm Fun - A little boy with a big firefighting obsession can sleep easy in this room starring a wooden fire truck bed. The designer used solid light blue paint and coordinating wallpaper with a subtle firefighter pattern on the walls, providing a soft counterpart to the room's main color attraction: fire-engine red.
All-Around Storage - The secret to this storage-packed girl's bedroom is providing lots of organization space without making things look cluttered. Underbed drawers and hidden headboard shelves store items inconspicuously. Other storage items, like this bedside table and purple bin, coordinate with the decor for a cohesive, clutter-free look.
Smart Spaces - Make certain every piece of furniture warrants the space it occupies. Filling a small room with a few large items makes a big statement. The bunk system solved several problems for this room. It provided space for a built-in closet beneath the upper bed as well as room for a table and chairs. It also hides a storage trundle and niche at the foot of the lower bed.
Castle Beds and Murals - Inspired by a Scottish castle, this bed and playhouse combination includes bunk beds, secret hiding places, and a book nook in the ladder-accessed turret. Fashioned from stone-look laminate, the castle has no back walls, so mattresses can be moved in and out easily.
Modern Design - Parents.com home editor, Susan Leaderman, knew just what she wanted when she redecorated her 3-year-old daughter Lilah's bedroom: mod white furniture and a fresh take on the classic pink theme (translation: nothing frilly or cutesy). The result is a comfy space that Lilah adores -- and one that will grow with her as she gets older.
Limeade - Lime green and purple play host to perky floral murals and curtain hooks. The quilt acts as a blueprint for the entire color scheme. Discover more kids room decorating and organizing tips and ideas @ http://kidsroomdecorating.net
For Little Girls - An exuberant mix of patterns and colors inhabit this showhouse bedroom designed for a girl. Pink taffeta drapery panels sit cheerily on pink-and-green-striped walls. Even the wood floors join the fun with a layer of hot pink stain.