Hello fabulous people! So can you believe it? This is our seventh post on small spaces. that’s a lot of posts! Last week, we took a look at shared rooms for children and this week, we’ll be covering children’s rooms in general. I’m limiting myself, because I could come up with about seven more posts alone on children’s spaces…and all of you would be all, rolling your eyes and banging your heads on your keyboards. But they’re my very favorite so I’ll try to scale it back a bit. So today, sit back, relax, and enjoy the eye candy.
Obligatory disclaimer: space is all relative, isn’t it? Some of these rooms probably aren’t as tiny as we’d expect…but they all still had something in common: I found them to be packed full of great decor ideas, clever use of space, awesome styling, or a little bit of all of the above. This is more of a wide angled lens view for inspiration, if you will.
Oh, how I do love that red bed!
Round mirror alert! not so sure this is a child’s space, but I do love the transitional feel it has to be completely flexible!
I adore this color match up
The built in effects of the bed and bookcase along with that giant print give the room a lofty feel. The ceiling certainly helps, but in a small space, it works, it can be pulled off without it.
Unexpected bold prints in a small space can actually work wonders.
I know we talked about shared spaces last week, but I couldn’t resist sharing these platform beds.
A great idea for seating!
I adore the combination of those stripes with this fabric!
I know you’ve probably seen this. But it has to be one of my favorites.
You know when you see a space and it totally speaks to you? This is one of those spaces I keep coming back to, and
drooling over staring at. The most amazing nursery in the whole entire world that I absolutely adore found via
Gotta love that yellow bed!
I’ve loved this nursery for a very long time. If I lived near them, I would most definitely steal that dresser.
And because I’m biased…some more of my favorite smaller children’s rooms:
check out baby Katherine’s nursery, here.
Peyton’s room, here
And Emerson’s big gal room, here.
So, there it is. A nice little eye candy kind of round up for this fabulous friday. Any of you guys ‘surviving’ with your children in ‘small’ spaces? I have to say, I think this size is kind of the norm for those extra bedrooms. What are some of the best elements that you’ve found really work for you? Happy inspired day, everyone!