Room Anatomy

Creating a children’s space that is youthfully colorful, playful, and often times themed, is a fun task, but often treads the fine line of cheesy. This week’s Room Anatomy image instantly sparked many ideas in my mind for the perfect kid’s bedroom space. Using simple white frames evenly spaced with watercolor art of planes, trains, or animals sets a clear theme without going over the top. Also, balancing a few grey basics with pops of color from these pieces of art will create a fun kid-friendly space. Check out some of my suggestions for large wire baskets to hold stuffed animals and larger toys as well as furniture perfectly fit for storage bins to hide smaller toys. In a kids space, storage is a priority in order to keep the space clean and organized once playtime is over.

Resources: School House Electric: Overhead Light | Chegiochi: Golden Gate Bridge Blocks | Design Within Reach: Bookshelf | Land of Nod: Mod Nod Swivel Glider | Etsy: Plane Artwork | Design Within Reach: Toy Storage Basket | Room and Board: Twin Bed | Room and Board: Nightstand

Image Source: Little Green Notebook

Room Anatomy by Authenticity B. for Sacramento Street

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  1. Petite Peltier

    This has always been one of my favorite photos and often use it for inspiration when working on new client projects!

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  2. Authenticity B.

    Amy, your designs are beautiful!!!

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