i like kid bedrooms that have a healthy dose of adult furniture and maturity, with an even healthier dose of kid. all mixed together.
anything too juvenile, i'm not so much a fan.
anything too serious and staunch, also not a fan.
kids need to be able to be kids in their room, with a space that will let their imagination grow free. with color and whimsy. but i also like that smooshed in with furniture that isn't cheap, that you aren't going to replace in 2 years, that will grow with them until they move on to college, if you so choose to keep it around that long.
ones that don't scream 'baby' or 'child.'
know what i mean?
this weekend i was on society6 looking for art for my family room/den/whatever you call it.
i came across artist greg guillemin.
he does pop art of some of your favorite super heroes.
(some a little raunchy (!) but also some that you could squeeze in a little boy's room).
after i saw these, i wished i had a little boys room to decorate.
batman and spiderman brushing their teeth:
and batman and spiderman eating their favorite junk food:
i thought they'd be cute hung in pairs, or alone.
mixed in to a gallery wall, or alone.
i wouldn't put them in a super hero themed room, because i don't think i'd ever do one of those, but mixed in with other stuff and i think they'd be kinda rad.
like this child's room i've had saved on pinterest for forever:
(sorrry, source unknown, via pinterest)
complete with spiderman sheets on his big boy bed.
how do you like your kids' rooms?
hope you had a great weekend.