It’s beginning…my two-year-old is out of her Oeuf crib and in to her Land of Nod Jenny Lind Twin. She can wear her hair in a legit ponytail, and she shares new (and quite strong) opinions every day. I love and admire her independent spirit, and as much as I want to fight it, this girl is well on her way to turning three. I have started to think about transitioning her nursery to an official “big girl room.” So for this week’s installment of our 10 Best series, we wanted to share some of our favorite and most inspiring kids’ room designs.

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This fresh blue and green palette would be just right for two adventure seeking brothers who share a space.

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Cut-to-fit magnetic wallpaper adds a fun graphic element to junior’s work space.

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We want in on a sofa jumping session in this whimsical playroom.

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Layering neutrals the kid-friendly way.

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Unexpected color combinations make for an inviting, fun space.

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This floor-to-ceiling white space lets the art and accessories shine.

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Metal beds have an old school, new cool vibe that we can’t get enough of.

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Yellow, pink and polka dots all over in this mod room.

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A small space that packs a serious style punch!

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Mint + Pink is always the right combo in our books.

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10 comments
  1. 1
    Matilda | August 1, 2014 at 3:14 pm

    I love every room!, but i have to agree that the mint and pink is just about perfect!
    The room with the paper lanterns that look like hot air balloons would also be lots of fun, especially with that graphic striped rug on the floor.

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    Kelly Colchin | August 1, 2014 at 4:09 pm

    This piece is right on time! I’ve got to start thinking about this…

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    Mothersofthevalley.com | August 2, 2014 at 12:26 am

    So cute. Makes me want to revamp my girls room.

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    Linda Wilgus | September 15, 2014 at 11:50 am

    Gorgeous rooms, so much inspiration here. Thank you!

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    Vicky | June 20, 2016 at 7:35 pm

    #3 is actually a living room not a playroom. Saw the entire house on a decor magazine

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