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Necessity, they say, is the mother of invention — and when you’re the mother of four kids and a top mommy blogger, designing kids’ rooms that are both fun and functional is a necessity. Enter Rebecca Woolf of Girl’s Gone Child; she’s taking us on a video and photo tour of nurseries and kids’ rooms that offer big design ideas for your little one.

Start by peeking inside the whimsical world of Rebecca’s 10-month-old twin daughters, Reverie and Boheme, to get a taste of her eclectic style:

Check out photos of Rebecca’s bohemian-chic nursery:Rebecca Woolf's Nursery

or see how mom and designer Janice Peters fit room for study, sleep and play into a small space for her 6-year-old daughter, Audrey:
Small Girl's Room

Designer Gerri Panebianco used a safari theme and careful space planning to create a shared space her two boys can each call their own:
Safari-Themed Boys' Room

Jessica and Scott Davis opted for a gender-neutral color palette to create a room that will easily transition later to a big kids’ room or nursery for a second child:Gender-Neutral Nursery

Designer Courtney Blanton created a teen girl’s room with grown-up style that a 14-year-old fashionista won’t quickly outgrow:
Glamorous Teen Bedroom

Looking for more kid-friendly design ideas? Watch all of Rebecca’s Childstyle video tours.

18 Responses

  1. Veena@littledinos says:

    I like the zebra head a lot!@@

  2. burçlar says:

    video is great… burçlar

  3. Jean says:

    I sure hope you didn't forget to put in enough commercial ventilation systems. Kids tend to be very sensitive to temperature changes.

  4. Wade says:

    Since you mentioned room temperatures, some curtains perth might also be a good idea. That's a nice, simple way to control both natural lighting and temperature.

  5. Newmom says:

    Love the bedding in Jessica and Scott's nursery. Any idea where it came from??

  6. Robert Bren says:

    Some well-designed curtains, blinds, or shutters might be actually be a great idea. It would be convenient to have something that adds to the style of the room and controls the lighting at the same time.

  7. Looking so beautiful.

  8. Wouldn't it be a good idea to avoid putting in little bits made of plastic or metal that they could swallow? I see a few items in those pictures that I wouldn't let my kids anywhere near until they were a little older than 10 months.

H. Camille SmithCamille is a managing editor for HGTV.com, fine artist and antique furniture devotee. As a former interior designer and Nickelodeon animator, she has a real passion for balanced, beautiful interiors...


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