We know where the wild things will be! Rustic and sophisticated, a bedroom in earthy browns and neutrals is enticing for boys, of all ages.
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A Spirited Room in Red, White and Blue
Summer’s here! A time of freedom and fun. We decorated this boy’s Young America Harbor Town bedroom with our favorite 3 colors: red, white and blue. We could say chili pepper, french white and true blue, but it just wouldn’t be the same.
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Open Water: Nautical Kids Bedroom Idea
Land Ho! Everyone loves the sea and we love working with red, white & blue color schemes combined with wood to create fresh, strong nautical-inspired rooms for boys.
Creating nautical design is about gathering objects in colors and materials that evoke images of the sea. Anchors, buoys, flags, ropes, lighthouses, boats… Both rustic and elegant. You get the idea.
…and bedding by Eastern Accents (stripes are a natural fit in a nautical theme). Don’t you want to just sail away? This great space features our Young America Harbor Town Bunk Bed, Chest and Night Stand.
We also added flags, lanterns and other richly oceanic accents from Blue Ocean Traders…
We suggest gathering your ideas and inspiration from magazines and online sources like pinterest (don’t forget to follow us for great kid-specific decorating, DIY and lifestyle ideas). Once you’ve gathered your ideas, then put together your own inspiration or design board. After you’ve determined your direction, the shopping, planning and decorating can begin.
There are some great DIY ideas to create nautical inspiration for pennies. See our blog posts on making your own pennant banners or a paper sailboat mobile …or see this amazing art blog for making drifwood boats. A beautiful hand-crafted project for you and your child to enjoy together…
Image via Alisa Burke
…So have some fun putting together your nautical room. We hope these ideas have sparked some inspiration for you.
Patti Borrelli is an interior designer, photo stylist, design blogger, and mom of two teen girls. She works with Young America on catalog photo shoots to create inspiring kids rooms and baby nurseries. She develops DIY ideas for crafting and decorating unique and personal creations. Most recently, Patti collaborated with our Young America design team to launch a brand new look for our new showroom, set to premier at the Spring Furniture Market in High Point, NC. FMI about Patti, visit her personal blog: www.besostyle.com
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