Alicia Cox Thomson
Friday, August 12, 2011 9:18 AM EDT
Lunchtime Fix is back with photos of some fabulous bedrooms for Kids' Month. Don't forget to share your photos with us -- your room could appear on HGTV.ca!
Bryan Baeumler's little girl got the twin bed treatment and plenty of storage to grow into in her pink-themed room from House of Bryan.
Tommy Smythe took on the boys' room challenge on Sarah's House season 3 and the end result is this cozy, rustic retreat with two-tone walls that will still be appealing a few years down the road.
Sam Pynn designed this bright green room with accents of pink for 10-year-old Madeline on Pure Design. Madeline chose the colour scheme and Sam included lots of cube storage and a sunny place to do homework.
This little boy's room from HGTV's Top 10 has a more traditional red and blue palette with crisp white built-ins and a cozy grey carpet. Don't you just want to curl up on that window seat?
This sunny nursery was designed by Cheryl Torrenueva on our original web series, Model Home Showdown. The green, blue and yellow palette could easily be gender neutral, just swap out the floral prints for another pattern.
This sweet space for two little girls also has a pink and green colour scheme like Madeline's room above, but softened into the pastel family. There's something classic and preppy about this palette, and the wicker beds and striped rug add to the country club feeling.
This dreamy suite was created for 16-year-old Lindsay by Sam Pynn on Pure Design, but I would gladly move my 33-year-old butt right in, anytime. The femininity of the drapey duvet cover and piles of pillows contrasts nicely with the strong Asian-influenced headboard, painted a fresh aqua. (And what teen doesn't dream of Tiffany's? -- check the famous blue boxes in the glass-fronted cupboard.)
Which room do you like best? How did you design your kids' rooms?