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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. Sandy says:

    Love the zebra piece.

  2. Louanne says:

    The photos in this blog are great.

  3. Belinda Davis says:

    I like the site Girl’s Gone Child. Thanks for sharing this.

  4. Erin P. says:

    I like the nurseries and kids rooms. So creative.

  5. Colleen R. says:

    Great blog, I enjoyed this one.

  6. procatemled says:

    Love=)

  7. jwhitney says:

    i love the variety of blended patterns and colors: simple, complex, and elegant all at once. I came across a product that's great for organization w/ punchy colors at <a href="http://www.offthefloorezstore.com” target=”_blank”>www.offthefloorezstore.com. I'm thinking of purchasing one for my son's room in the lime green to hang his penny board, backpack and a gazillion baseball caps.

  8. Ramon Cohen says:

    Ow those are eye candy! I like the use of colors and how she managed to escape from the mediocre nursery style. I am looking for a shutters perth though, I think it is good for the kid, to experience sunshine and shadows right.

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  10. Sarah Jones says:

    I am currently a florist can't get a job so considering going back college for art, interior design and fashion design as I have a gcse in textiles and business studies.

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