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Loving Kids Rooms

Lately I’ve been finding myself really seriously inspired by kids rooms. Specifically of the beautiful, modern and largely neutral-hued variety. Whether it be with Scandinavian inspired black and white or bright white walls with subtle pops of juicy color, I find these rooms to be so much more sophisticated than the primary colored kids rooms of yore, while still retaining a certain charm and nostalgia that I find irresistible. Think of these rooms like a beautiful canvas just begging for little minds to daydream and create. For the record, I want one of these rooms for myself. Yes, including the amazing built-in bunks and star-studded walls.

Beautiful Kids Rooms | The Sweetest Occasion

Because my Pinterest board dedicated to home decor was starting to get a touch overwhelming (with, oh, well over a thousand pins), I recently went through and organized it into several smaller boards, each dedicated to a particular type of room. So you can see all the kids rooms I am loving all in one place! (Oh, and living spaces, kitchens, bathrooms, dining rooms, bedrooms, entryways and work spaces, too.)

[1:  Joe Schmelzer for The Animal Print Shop | 2: Apartment Therapy | 3: Laure Joliet for  A Cup of Jo | 4: Seth Smoot | 5: Karen Mordechai for A Cup of Jo | 6: Lonny | 7: Sissy + Marley | 8: Yvonne Rock from Style Me Pretty Living | 9: Heather Kincaid from The Glitter Guide.]

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Peggy

Monday 21st of October 2013

I just pinned the "Festive Kids Room" with the grey walls and red light up stars. So pretty!!!

Denise

Sunday 20th of October 2013

My friend just told me about your blog and also "Cooking With Mr. C." on Facebook.(also a blog) I'm glad for the two recommendations. I love when people share good blogs with each other. Denise

cyd

Sunday 20th of October 2013

Thank you so much, Denise! I really appreciate that and many thanks to your friend for sharing! :-)