From a reading nook to antiques, these simple decorating ideas will turn your child's space into one of the cutest, most unique rooms in the house! You can even steal these ideas for your bedroom, too.
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1. Boys' Room
2. Quirky Details
The bed is dressed in a vintage popcorn chenille blanket and a striped quilt from Garnet Hill - a vintage sign for children's aspirin and a cute duck lamp complete the look.
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3. White Bedroom
White-washed beams keep this bedroom cool and fresh in a desert home. Glittery letters strung above a bed can spell out a child's name or other words, like "Dream."
4. Bright Antiques
Putty-colored walls and white woodwork prove a reliable foundation for more child-typical brights and funky flea-market furniture.
5. Book Display
Show off favorite children's book covers by storing them in an antique brochure rack.
6. Reading Nook
The creamy white canopy is extremely comforting against the busy-ness of life. Place an extra-large cushion on the floor for an even more relaxed experience.
7. Kids' Playroom
The kids' playroom doubles as a crafting area, with beads, buttons, cookie cutters, and other ingredients for art projects corralled in metal kitchen tins.
8. Iron Bed
An iron bed in a girl's room fits right into a home filled with antiques.
9. Homework Desk
A built-in recess was made into a homework area. A pink vintage mirror adds depth and light, and a new chair livens up the desk.
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