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Parents, want to give your little one (or not so little one) an amazing space? Rebecca Woolf of HGTV’s Child Style reveals non-traditional design secrets for baby to teen rooms. Just take a look!

Global Nursery

A globetrotting theme, daring colors and clever built-in storage turn a home office into an imaginative space for a baby boy.


Colorful Boy's Room

Designer Christine Thompson used her son’s birth city of London as inspiration to create a hip hideout where her 8-year-old son can study, play and spend time with friends.

Have you done something extraordinary in your child’s room? What have you done? Tell me in the Comments.


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  1. RSS says:

    Love the London-inspired bedroom.

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  3. Joey says:

    That 2nd photo is what I like.

  4. Gloria says:

    I had a mural painted in my son's bedroom. Zoo animals. Looks great.

  5. Sharron says:

    My daughter did her three year old sons room in two-tone colors. It's a medium blue over soft gray paint with musical notes, guitars and drums wall art and decals. Even the clothes hooks on the back of the door are guitar related. He loves music and has his own guitar and drum set in his play room. His bedroom decor will serve him well into his teens.

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