Before we dive in, we’ve got our house-build update #2 post coming next week! (#1 right here.) Woot woot! You’ll be able to see what I’m talking about better then, but ALL the kids will be in the basement, and Russ and I are on the main level. (Yay/Oof!) Since we’re building for long-term, we had to factor what would work when they’re teens, when they’re adults and coming home to visit and basement bedrooms just made more long-term sense! Hayes and Cal talk a big game about wanting their own rooms, but I have a hunch they might end up wanting to share so we have three small bedrooms and one larger one that we’re doing built-in beds in! Even if they do want their own rooms, we’re thinking it will be a good space for house guests and sleepovers. SO! Here’s my inspiration +15 other ideas if you’re in the market!
We have them stacked long ways across the wall with a desk space in the middle! Hopefully to provide them with privacy and protect from unwanted lamp light in their face that causes fights most nights in our current situation.Amber Interiors space feels closest to what I am going for, minus ship lap. Which looks amazing here, PS.I also love this vibe. So cute for a boys room and masculine enough to last them until they move out:AND now! More seriously cool spaces for your own design inspiration needs: Via
How crazy is this? When your beds are out of the way there is so much room to play! I don’t know if I could sleep in tight quarters like these but I am sure kids would DIG it! ViaBeautiful space for girls, I’ve shared this home tour before you gotta check it out. This reno will blow your mind. This is from a ski resort but I am INTO it. Any of my Small Fry readers have family cabins? Take note. So much fun to be had in this room. Black and white dreams! Via Such a luxe use of color. I also love that this door folds in and out so you can clean up the look of the room in a hurry! Awesome use of space. Via
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I’m curious which are your faves? Also, more on our home build here.