Kid's Room Design Trends for 2012!

In her latest article for SheKnows.com, Rosenberry Rooms’ owner, Susie Fougerousse comments on the trends in design for children’s spaces this year. One of Susie’s favorite things about designing kids’ rooms is that there are no rules or limitations when it comes to designing a space for a child, you can really just have fun. She also explains that although there are always hot colors and popular patterns, most children’s themes never really go out of style, they sometimes simply need a refresher!

With the help of some other creative minds like Aaron Christensen of Embellishments Kids, Naomi Alon and Gerri Panebianco of Little Crown Interiors and Katy Mimari of Caden Lane, you will find a few fresh takes on these classic motifs. Also, make sure to check out the full article (plus photo inspiration) over on SheKnows.com!

Circus Charm

“The darling of the Pinterest crowd birthday themes- Circus, will edge its way off the cake table and into the kiddies rooms. The big top combination of eclectic patterns, animal motifs, vintage typography and the classic stripe will charm the little ones. The market’s dazzling array of iron cribs and traditional wooden crib styles will lend nicely to this fun and dynamic theme. Honey toned yellows, teal blues, grayed greens and faded reds are the incoming colors of the circus fans. But don’t be surprised if you see circus themes in soft pastels and unexpected color ways. Sorry clowns, you’re still too scary to be chic again. Maybe next year.” – Aaron Christensen

Science Style

“We’ve seen old school items like maps and globes play heavily into children’s decor, now it’s time to broaden the mind through the other sciences. The addition of biology, ecology, entomology and zoology will compliment the geology trend and bring brains, as well as beauty, to kids room design. Plants, bugs, molecules, hexagons and all things scientific are garnering interest. Brilliant minded rooms will call out for all the colors of the rainbow, in muted tones.” – Aaron Christensen

Forest Flair

“Moms, Dads and designers alike will applaud the trending of Mother Nature’s graphic palette going beyond the tree silhouette and birds, birds and more birds (yes, that includes owls). Forest friends like the fox, bear and raccoon are traveling into the scene and they’re bringing all kinds of patterns with them. You’ll see more wood grain, colorful florals, botanicals and oversized retro variations of plaid mixing in with the funky geometrics we see now. Decor items with a simple, made at summer camp feeling to them will also capture our hearts.” – Aaron Christensen

Chevron Chic

Chevron has definitely made a name for itself in the design world this year. This retro zigzag design has been updated with current colors and is showing up everywhere in children’s rooms from the floors to the walls. “The mod print brings a bold statement on rugs, curtains and bedding and is an easy way to add a pop of color to any room design,” according to bedding designer Katy Mimari of Caden Lane.

Fun Fonts

The personalize-it craze is another trend in kids’ room design that is here to stay. Naomi Alon and Gerri Panebianco, the design team that makes up Little Crown Interiors, a full-service interior design firm, say that finding new and fresh ways to display a child’s name is one of the year’s biggest trends. Update this idea by trying new things like an oversized wall monogram as the focal point of the room or using the classic wooden wall letters but in fun, innovative fonts for a fresh take on a tried-and-true trend.

Looking forward to seeing what 2013 has in store! Happy decorating!

Trends In Kids’ Decor For 2010

There’s a good chance your kids are already asking for some of the must-have items highlighted in Trend Bible’s recent article, “Overview of Kids Lifestyle Trends for 2010“. Children’s gear this year is all about four interrelated themes: vintage florals, outdoor adventures, spooky and fantastic surrealism, and futuristic play. Rosenberry Rooms has it all covered. Here’s a sampler of what’s red hot right now in kids’ decor…

Vintage Tea Party

floral memo boardTrend Bible tells us that vintage is in this season – everything from fabrics to furniture. Garden tea parties, floral motifs, picnic themes, all in muted pastels, turn up everywhere. The Floral Memo Board captures the spirit effortlessly with antique frame, floral fabric background, rickrack detailing, and tiny cameo accents.

The Teapot Table Lamp would make an adorable accent piece in a nursery or toddler’s room, while the pretty Tea Set in floral pastels and polka dots lets your little girl host real (or imaginary!) soirees in gracious style. To inspire her, The Fairy Tea Party Vintage Artwork displays a fairy’s garden tea party drenched in mythical charm.

Adventure PlaygroCXL Ranger Camo Fanund

Bring on the camo gear! Along with woodsy animals, recycled and organic materials, and jungle creatures, the great outdoors has become a very popular trend. The Toile Girl Pulling Wagon Canvas features almost exactly the same lime and creme palette featured in the Trend Bible article.

Start baby’s life on an adventurous course with the Big Dreamzzz Baby Camo Layette Set. You’ll also find baby gear from diaper bags to car seat covers in camo prints. If you’re looking for a trendy and functional ceiling fan, the CXL Ranger Camouflage Fan will furnish a refreshing breeze in any young sportsman’s personal space.

elephant mirror

Wonderland

Mirrored and metallic surfaces, spooky themes, unicorns, owls and fantastic accents make up Trend Bible’s third style element.

The unusual Elephant Acrylic Mirror will compliment any contemporary nursery while making a statement all it’s own. Fashionable moms can look as fetching as newborns when sporting the chic and shiny Dante Beatrix Silver Peace Tote. The haunting and mystical Own Making Canvas is as lovely as it is true, while the Whoo Whoo Whoo Canvas stars an eerie sorcerer owl.

Superhero Lunchbox

Future Play
Graphic designs are a strong trend in 2010, especially in the Future Play theme. Elements are rich in 60’s pop art, synthetic materials, cartoon characters, and superheroes. Present any little boy with the Superhero Personalized Lunchbox and he’ll feel like a superstar in his own right.

Surprise your young explorer with the stylized Retro Rocket Canvas and his imagination will take off into other dimensions. Go all out with the Star Trek Enterprise Wall Mural and transform your little boy’s room into his own personal spaceship.

All the hottest trends find expression at Rosenberry Rooms in everything from garden-fresh girls’ bedding sets to luxurious organic baby clothes. Choose a few strategic pieces to tweak your child’s existing decor or catch Trend Bible fever and dress up an entire kids room in all the latest looks. A mind-boggling inventory makes it child’s play to stay on top of your decorating game. The only question is: “What won’t you find?!”

Gabriella

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