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Readers' Choice: The 10 Most Popular Kids' Rooms of 2012

ers’ treasured children’s spaces in 2012 leaned toward classic rooms that offered a little something special: a dab of fun color on the ceiling, a comfy lofted playspace or a brightly coloured rug. From a superorganized Texas crafts area to a dream Tennessee tree home, each of these terrific kids’ spaces has something amazing to offer.

Here are the most popular kids’ room photographs added to in 2012, based on how many times they were added to users’ ideabooks:

Resort Custom Homes

1. Basic built-in bunk bed. readers loved the custom, grown-up color of the built-in bunk bed. Several even wanted this space-saving alternative for their guest rooms.

LLC & Sons, Ellen Grasso

2. Texas tweens’ crafts space and crafts. An upgrade from the typical play place, this room works as a combined homework and crafts area for tweens and teenagers. Lots of custom storage — observable and hidden — keeps things clean and neat.

Driggs Designs

3. Cozy kids’ window seat in North Carolina. In lieu of a playroom, a comfy corner with area for games and books like this one may be the ideal place for the little one.

Bjon Pankratz

4. Dream Nashville tree home. Nearly every child wants a tree home, and it is difficult to dream up one better than that. The mix of contemporary design and pristine playfulness (such as the bucket for raising and lowering temples) makes for a dream two-story getaway.

Rinfret, Ltd..

5. Pink and purple completed right in Connecticut. Purple and pink do not need to follow an outrageous layout. ers saved this photo for its timeless spin on two female colors.

McCroskey Interiors

6. Easy, elegant Kansas nursery. Though this beautiful nursery was intended for a boy, readers enjoyed its unisex side. Soothing colors and simple routines unite in a traditional space that could quickly transform into a toddler’s room later on.

CHIC Redesign

7. Lofted playspace in Massachusetts. Children love secret hideaways, like this loft built for a girl. A homework channel below and also a playspace above help split work time and playtime.

Highline Partners, Ltd

8. Colorado cabin kids’ room. This dim sleepover area has just enough of a dungeon vibe to feel enjoyable but not spooky. Stone walls, weathered wood and iron railings stream with the rest of the cabin’s style.


9. Sophisticated San Francisco nursery. ers could not get enough of these graphic patterns and vibrant colours in this nursery for a baby girl. While the majority of the furnishings can function in a master bedroom, both the pom-poms along with other interesting touches keep the space youthful.

Benedict August

10. Modern and colorful California nursery. A few clever swipes of paint may be all you need to update your kid’s room. A striped ceiling bright yellowish bookshelves and bold fabrics unite beautifully in this contemporary nursery.

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