Design Reveal: Adrienne’s Room

Black and white never goes out of style and is such a great choice for a kid’s room!

This design is brought to us by Sissy+Marley, complete with their statement wallpaper and quirky accents. There is so much visual interest spread around this room! Take a look around (and find the sources below!).AD Room AD Room AD Room AD Room AD Room AD Room


WallpaperBed / Dresser / Reading Chair / Book Shelves / Tent / Toy Basket

Images by Marco Ricca

A Bunny-Inspired Kids Room

Easter is just a few days away, and the spring holiday has inspired us to create a room that is all about bunnies! This adorable room design features bright colors and nature-themed accents, creating the perfect place for your child to dream, create and play!bunny-kids-room


1. Gabby Pendant / 2. Pierre Knit Doll / 3. Rabbit Patch Twin Duvet Cover / 4. Rainbow Peeps Art / 5. Bunny Holding a Bear Holding a Bunny Art / 6. Hold on to Your Dreams Art / 7. Rabbit Clock / 8. Birch Rabbit Chairs / 9. Play Table / 10. Rug / 11. Twin Bed / 12. Frame / 13. Stump Stool / 14. Dresser

Real Rooms of 2014

Can you believe it is almost 2015? This past year has flown by, and we’d love to share our favorite Real Rooms of 2014! From modern to vintage, colorful to neutral, be inspired by these beautiful kids’ rooms and nurseries! Which one is your favorite?

Gabriel's Big Boy RoomGabriel’s Big Boy RoomLittle Xavier's NurseryLittle Xavier’s NurseryGino's Black and White NurseryGino’s Black and White NurseryWren's Beautiful NurseryWren’s Beautiful NurseryCarolyne's Coral and Gold NurseryCarolyne’s Coral and Gold NurseryColorful Kids' PlayroomColorful Kids’ Playroom

For more room inspiration:

Girls’ Nurseries
Boys’ Nurseries
Gender Neutral Nurseries
Girls’ Rooms
Boys’ Rooms

Design Reveal: Gabriel's Big Boy Room!

We have another awesome design reveal from the talented NYC-based design boutique SISSY+MARLEY! Their submissions never disappoint. This black and white big-boy room for Gabriel is simply amazing and is the perfect place to sleep, play and relax. The room is  visually interesting with its combination of graphic prints, and we especially love the subtle pops of royal blue and yellow in the toys and accessories.

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What do you think of this stunning room? Would you go for a graphic, black and white room like this for your little one? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below!



Wallpaper – Ferm Living

Bed – ducduc

Dresser – ducduc

Rug– Madeline Weinrib (similar, similar)

Egg Chair – Little Nest

Window Treatment – The Shade Store

Table + Chairs – Little Nest

Toy Basket (triangle pattern) – Ferm Living

Toy Basket (half moon pattern) – Ferm Living

Posters – This Modern Life

Design Inspiration: Removable Wallpaper!

When decorating a child’s room or nursery, one of the best and easiest ways to make a big impact is on your walls. Of course there is always paint but if you’re looking for a quicker, less permanent option, we suggest removable wallpaper! Removable and re-usable wallpaper allows you to change your style and room design with just a quick peel and stick! Plus, there are so many whimsical designs and playful prints making them the perfect solution for a child’s room or playroom. If you’re really feeling bold, you can cover all four walls but we love the idea of wallpapering just one accent wall, behind the bed or crib.

The new fabric removable wallpaper by Pop & Lolli is a great choice! Non-toxic and eco-friendly with no-glue required, it’s easy to install and aligns perfectly at the seams.

removable wallpaper

gingham wallpaper

They even have a wallpaper design meant for coloring on the walls!

coloring wallpaper

argyle wallpaper

To shop more colorful removable wallpaper designs, visit or click here!

Meet Mandy of House of Rose!

Happy Monday! I’m so excited to start of the week by sharing our interview with Mandy of House of Rose! You may recognize some of her design projects from Pinterest because they are being repinned like crazy. Her creative eye, bubbly personality, and serious love for a good gallery wall, make Mandy a DIY-er to watch! As a mother of 3, soon to be 4, she also has an eye for decorating kids’ rooms which you will see below. So with that, take it away Mandy!

Hi, I’m Mandy! Boy mom, fountain coke lover and DIY wanna-be! I run a lifestyle blog called House of Rose.


What inspired you to be a blogger/designer/DIY-er?

My husband is the one who initially inspired me to start blogging in early 2008. He is an avid personal finance blogger and had been hounding me for months to start a blog.


I kept seeing all of these amazing people he was meeting online {and I may have been a little jealous}. We had just had our first child and I thought it would be a great way to get support from other moms out there. I didn’t blog much about home decor and DIY until I quit my full time job and started to realize I had a passion for decorating! I followed a lot of decor blogs and became inspired by them to start blogging about the process of making our house a home!

What is your favorite part of your daily work…when you reflect on the day, what is most rewarding?

The support and comments that I receive from my readers! I want to be a positive influence for other moms out there and I try to do that be being transparent and sharing my family openly. I love to hear when something I have written has helped or impacted someone in a positive way.

I began a vlog link up called Stop & Smell the Roses where we film a monthly video talking about something that we are thankful for or something that is making us smile. One of my favorite comments came from a mother who was stationed in Iraq and said she had been weeks without smiling. She started to watch all of the videos that linked up and explained how just hearing about the things that were making people smile brightened her day. It was the first time she had smiled in weeks!

Do you have any advice for other working moms?

Drink LOTS of caffeine! Bahaha! Kidding…kind of.

For me, time management is key. If I don’t have my day planner open with my to-do list in front of me…I find myself distracted on Pinterest for hours {y’all have been there, right?}. I usually have a “must do” list and a “would like to do” list. Of course, I work on my “must do” list first and when I have crossed off all of my tasks I get to move on to my “would like to do” list without feeling guilty.

What is your most memorable ­­­­­­­­­­­design project?

That’s a hard one! I like them all! Haha!

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I would probably say either my Fireplace Makeover or my Master Bedroom.

The fireplace makeover was so dramatic and I love the transformation that it did to our family room!


But, my master bedroom has, BY FAR, been the most popular on Pinterest. I like the simplicity of it and the warmth.


Of course, if you follow my blog then you know I am obsessed with gallery walls. I keep joking that I am running out of wall space and will soon have to start decorating friends’ walls. LOL!

gallery wall

If you could decorate a room for anyone in the world, who would it be?

I definitely don’t feel qualified to decorate anyone’s room. Haha! I would absolutely DIE to decorate WITH Tori Spelling! I love her design ideas and taste!

What thing/place/event were you most recently inspired by?

In blog world it is so easy to be inspired because there are so many amazingly creative people on the web! I would have to say that I have been the most inspired by the bloggers that go on Compassion trips. I have a love for orphans and adoption and I have been so inspired by some of these awesome women who have traveled abroad to spread God’s love. I would love to be able to do that one day! Who knows what the future holds, right?

Where is your favorite place you have traveled to?

I’m a home body! I know…gasp. My husband loves to travel the world and I would rather be sitting at home. Haha! He is slowly bringing me to the other side. So far my favorite place has been the Riveria Maya. We went there on our honeymoon and it was gorgeous!

Where in the world are you dying to go next?

I am most excited about our upcoming trip to the Philippines to pick up our newest child. It will be the farthest I have ever traveled {21 hours in a plane}…whoa! But I can not wait!

What is your favorite Rosenberry Rooms product(s)?

Definitely the DwellStudio Transportation Bedding that I used for my oldest son’s big boy room!

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Do you have any news that you would like to share, perhaps about upcoming events or projects?

I mentioned we are traveling to the Philippines soon…because we are adopting!! We are so excited to become a family of six! I’m planning some really fun room ideas for our newest child too! 😉

Now, just for fun:

Favorite Food Sushi

Favorite TV Show The Bachelor or Tom & Jerry…the only two shows I watch. Truth? I rarely watch tv. Too busy chasing kids or decorating rooms. LOL!

Favorite Movie Forrest Gump

Favorite Weekend Activity Dinner with my husband! I love to try out new restaurants. My absolute favorite thing to do is to have dinner at one restaurant and then head to a different restaurant for dessert!

Favorite Musician/Band Hillsong and Gavin Degraw

Kid's Room Design Trends for 2012!

In her latest article for, 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!

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!

Need Some Design Inspiration?

Have you visited our Designer Rooms on recently? We just added some gorgeous new room boards that you won’t want to miss! These boards provide great inspiration for different room themes using some of our most popular items. Designed by our professional interior designers, they are a great resource for those trying to decide which products look best together.  Whether you are looking for a specific theme, gender and/or age range, we have Designer Girl’s Rooms and Boy’s Rooms and Designer Girl’s Nurseries and Boy’s Nurseries with varying themes and color schemes sure to suit any decorating style.

Here are a few of our newest boards!

For girl’s rooms, check out this “Farmhouse Chic” design:

By combining distressed wall décor like these frames from Obrien Schridde Designs with elegant lighting by Maura Daniel and the sophisticated Daisy Bedding from Annette Tatum, the Farmhouse Chic Bedroom is simply luxurious.

For boy’s rooms, how about this “Andy Bedroom” design:

This Sparrow furniture collection by Oeuf offers a modern take on traditional children’s room décor. Add a burst of color to the walls with the Vagabond Collection of art by BasicGrey. These unique sports canvases are bright, bold, and filled with fun patterns that remind us of the pop art style of artist Andy Warhol (hence the room name).

For girl’s nurseries, I’m loving this serene “Elegance Nursery

This posh nursery features the Brocade Slate 3-Piece Crib Set by Annette Tatum on the gorgeous Angelina Crib by Creations Baby. A plush braided rug in khaki, gorgeous artwork by Dish & Spoon Productions, a comfy recliner by Little Castle, along with lighting by Maura Daniel, complete this elegant nursery.

New among the boy’s nursery designer rooms is the “Modern Moroccan” nursery:

This contemporary nursery features the Uptown collection of furniture by Nurseryworks paired with a chic glider by Oilo, playful artwork by Persnickety Baby, along with fun and funky lighting by Stray Dog Designs.

Feeling inspired? Visit us at to put together your fully coordinated nursery or kid’s room designed by a pro! 😉


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