Hudson's Toddler Room!

We have an amazing toddler boy’s room to share with you today! Melissa from Winter*Daisy shared with us one of her latest room designs – Hudson’s toddler room!

The colors are soft, but the room does not lack in visual interest! Melissa mixed monochromatic prints and textures with bright white and natural wood tones that give a very serene feel, and she used the cutest modern elephant decor throughout the room. It is also very functional with shelving and storage bins to hold books, toys and more!room bed view toddler bed dresser elephantreading-corner star-cushions wall-mobile

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Chair – Eames replica (similar)
Rug – West Elm (similar, similar)
Dresser – Ikea (similarsimilar)
Elephant Print – The Animal Print Shop (similar)
Cloud and Star Pillows – Colette Bream
Alphabet – Little Sapling Toys
Wooden Elephant – Manny and Simon
Decals – Urban Walls (similar)


Melissa is the Interior Stylist behind WINTER*DAISY, an interiors studio that is passionate about creating dreamy spaces for little ones. WINTER*DAISY’s rooms have been published on Apartment Therapy, Project Nursery, Project Junior, the Decoist and Mom’s Best among others. 

Bella's Purple & White Big Girl Room!

We love scouring Instagram and finding photos tagged with #rosenberryrooms that show off our customers’ gorgeous rooms and how they used our products! It is so rewarding to see our items in their true environments.

This customer put together a gorgeous big-girl room for her daughter, Bella. We love the purple walls – they really make the Beach Cottage Day Bed and custom wall letters really stand out! And the storage under the bed? Amazing! A great place to keep all the toys off the floor!

bellas-big-girl-bedWe hope Bella loves her new room as much as we do! What do you think?

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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

Colorful Kids' Playroom

We love Houzz! How could you not? It is a wonderful place to share and collect interior design ideas as well as save all of your favorite home decor accessories! User bbbmunro shares an upstairs attic converted to bright and cheerful space where the kids can play!

It all starts with a pop of the color palette which include Sherwin Williams Essential Gray SW6002, Sherwin Williams Kumquat SW6648 (orange), and Sherwin Williams Cooled Blue SW6759. These colors combine to create a modern, gender neutral environment!

Contemporary Kids

The wide desk provides plenty of space for arts and crafts or even a little study time! The Nevis Dining Chair adds an extra splash of color and looks great when paired with the desk! We also love the pop from the FLOR carpet tiles. The “Rake Me Over” collection is used in Dusk (gray), Breeze (blue) and Clementine (orange).

Contemporary Kids

We love all of the storage space created with numerous built-in cubbies and shelves! The canvas storage boxes by 3 Sprouts are seen in the Kangaroo, Peacock, Mouse and Beaver editions are an organized parent’s dream!

Contemporary Kids

Contemporary Kids

Custom pieces allow you to pick the perfect color and pattern for any room! The Lumiere Cabana Stripes pendant lights are a Rosenberry Rooms exclusive!

Contemporary Kids

Contemporary Kids

The big wow factor int his room is the hidden two-story playhouse! It does not get much more fun than that!

Contemporary Kids

We love that this space just looks like a place where creativity and imagination will thrive! What are you favorite parts of this playroom? Would you ever choose such an exuberant color pallet?

Exclusive Bedding by Traditions Linens!

Everyone at Rosenberry Rooms is very excited to introduce our NEW exclusive collection of children’s bedding by Traditions Linens! These two sets are absolutely perfect for a cheerful little girl who is almost as excited about the arrival of spring as you are!

First up, we have the Delilah collection, named after owner Susie’s youngest daughter!
edited1This soft and sweet bedding set is sure to brighten anyone’s day. This beautiful duvet cover features custom colors of your choice against a crisp, white background.
edited2In this case, pink and blue trim and band colors have been used while the rest of the attention goes to the gorgeous Goldenrod Butterfly Pillow and the Delilah Boudoir Pillow.
SideBySideDon’t forget about some friendly accessories! This space is all about vibrant colors, fun styles and lots of customization options all thanks to the Delilah collection!
edited3The second set of brand new bedding features a whimsical starburst pattern! This duvet cover will add color and tons of fun to your child’s room!
pillowWe can’t help but to smile when we look at the Starburst collection! It’s just that fun! We loved pairing it with bright artwork and an orange rug!
SideBySide2Soft yet fun, bright and bold! These two collections are perfect for any little girl! With spring right around the corner, there is no better time to toss out those old sheets and comforter and bring out the new!

A Boy's Explorer Bedroom!

This week’s “Real Room” comes to us from Rosenberry Rooms‘ owner Susie Fougerousse! She created this World Explorer room for her 7 year old son, Sebastien. Planes, cars, boats, maps and pictures of nature are sprinkled throughout the room, to create a subtle and understated theme that can grow with her son and be easily updated over the years.

World Explorer Bedroom

Susie chose classic colors and traditional basics for the bedding and furniture, and included decorative accents like the vintage airplane pendant and colorful wall art to add personality to the space.

World Explorer Bedroom

World Explorer Bedroom

“I’m a huge fan of artwork in kids rooms. It’s inspiring and engaging. Kids like to look at it and talk about it. The world map art above his bed sparks nightly conversations.”

World Explorer Bedroom

World Explorer Bedroom

“I love the personalized flag banner.  It has a rustic burlap texture and a cool typewriter font.  It spells out Buddy, Sebastien’s nickname.”

World Explorer Bedroom

World Explorer Bedroom

World Explorer Bedroom

Room Details:

Model Airplane – found here

Hand Knit Dolls – available here

Wall Pegs – found here

Artwork above the dresser – found here

Night Light – click here

Knit Backpack – available here

Bookholder – similar option here

Wall Letters – available here

Photography by Tim Bradley.


To see more of Susie Fougerousse’s kids’ rooms, check out her feature article in the latest issue of Cary Magazine!


A Whimsical Fairy Bedroom!

This charming fairy bedroom for a little girl was inspired by a lavender and lime color palette and the whimsical addition of fairies to keep it playful and spark the imagination. The style for this room combines traditional furniture pieces with delightful accents and colorful wall art, perfect for a child’s room.

Whimsical fairy bedroom

Girl's fairy bedroom

I love the exaggerated, whimsical scallops and finials. It feels feminine and traditional, yet it’s bursting with personality. It just makes me happy and makes for the perfect sweet surroundings in a girl’s room. And, what little girl doesn’t love fairies?




Room Details:

Furniture by Bratt Décor – shop here.

Dolls by BlaBla – find here.

Lighting by Maura Daniel – shop here.

Art by Jill Macdonald – shop here.

Vintage Fairy Art – find here

Lavender Rug – found here

What do you love most about this whimsical fairyland room design?

Design Inspiration: Nautical Boy's Room!

Is your little one ready to upgrade to his “big boy” room? The understated nautical theme in our 1000 Leagues Bedroom design board is the perfect inspiration for a boy’s room! With multiple shades of blue, pops of orange, and subtle nautical accents, you can create a room that your son (or sons for a shared space) will love and that will be sophisticated enough to coordinate with the rest of your home.

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Start with coastal-style furniture by Newport Cottages to get the perfect foundation for your room by the sea. This Panel Twin over Full Bunk Bed is a great choice with its deep blue finish and cool paneling detail.

Panel Bunk Bed in Deep Blue

What nautical-inspired bedroom would be complete without seersucker bedding? We love the Sausalito Seersucker collection by Annette Tatum. It’s made from light blue seersucker fabric and reverses to blue fabric with a salmon fabric flange. It’s 100% cotton and machine washable, too! It also comes in a darker blue and yellow combo which would work perfectly for this theme as well, you just may want to go with a white finish on the furniture.

Seersucker bedding

Now, on to the nautical accents! Drop in some playful elements to tie the theme together and that will inspire your child’s imagination. We chose the Whale Bookends by Jonathan Adler, a Steam Punk Lamp in Gun Metal by Jamie Young and Shark Wall Decals. The possibilities are really endless in this department. To see more ideas, shop our Nautical Theme page!

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To shop the complete 1000 Leagues Bedroom Design, click here. For more design inspiration for Boy’s Rooms, Girl’s Rooms and even Nurseries, visit!

Girl's Carnival Bedroom Design Inspiration!

If you are in need of inspiration for decorating your baby’s nursery or son or daughter’s room, has a whole section of design boards to inspire every room style! Click through our Designer Nurseries, Girls Rooms and Boys Rooms, for theme inspiration, color palette ideas and suggestions for which products to pair together for a special design that looks like it was created by a pro!

Girls Room with Carnival Theme

Our latest design board is for a girl’s room with a modernized Carnival theme. Full of whimsy and vintage charm, the Carnival Bedroom is reminscient of county fairs, twinkling carousel lights, and darling antique signs. Inspired by the playful bunting pattern on the Garland Duvet by DwellStudio, this girl’s bedroom is pretty and cheerful.

DwellStudio Garland Duvet Set

With solid wood furniture by both Young America and Newport Cottages, this is one bedroom set that will grow with your child. The Abigail Collection by Young America is sophisticated and feminine with dainty details.

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Complement these pieces with a pop of color on the Beverly Dresser!

Wall collages are all the rage and these stunning vintage frames are the perfect way to showcase your child’s favorite memories and photos.

Custom Picture Frames

We tied the look together with crisp white lighting by Maura Daniel, a durable flat-weave trellis rug by Surya, and a sweet personalized banner by Twelve Timbers.

To see the full room design board and to purchase all the suggested pieces, visit or click here!

Rosenberry Rooms Featured on The Doctors TV Show!

The Doctors, a spin-off of Dr. Phil, is a daytime talk show that features a “dream team” of medical professionals covering various health-related topics and answering audience and viewer questions. The Doctors include ER physician Dr. Travis Stork, OB/GYN Lisa Masterson, plastic and reconstructive surgeon Dr. Drew Ordon, and pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears. The March 13th episode of the show centered around solving one problem, three ways.  The problem: children who aren’t sleeping in their own beds at night.  Specifically, the show centers around the O’Hara family, and their 5 year old daughter Ella, who’s sleeping in her parent’s bed at night.  The solutions: A pediatric approach by Dr. Sears, a consultation with a professional sleep expert, and a room makeover and Q & A with our friends and celebrity interior designers Naomi Alon & Gerri Panebianco of Little Crown Interiors!

After being approached with the request to create a new room for Ella, Gerri and Naomi reached out to us knowing that we could provide beautiful furniture and decor to help create a calming and special space that would hopefully encourage Ella to sleep in her own room. When designing the room, Gerri and Naomi knew there were some key factors that needed addressing and chose pieces that would provide a solution for the O’Hara family. They knew they needed to make the room more age appropriate, increase the comfort factor and even include black out drapes over the windows to minimize the “scary” factor. Take a look at the completed room below as well as a rundown of all the gorgeous products included in the room!

In order to increase the comfort factor and to encourage better sleeping habits, the ladies at Little Crown placed the bed in the center of the room and chose bold bedding and accessories from the Annabella Collection on The Tufted Upholstered Headboard, Annabella Bed Cornice and Panels really serve to create an oasis for Ella where she can feel cozy and safe and inevitably sleep more soundly.

They also chose furniture from the stunning Venezia Collection by Creations Baby Furniture. The creamy vanilla finish and feminine detailing in these pieces coordinated perfectly with the rest of the bedroom décor.

For when Ella isn’t sleeping and is just hanging out in her new space, she can lounge on the super cool child-sized Ava Sofa by Jennifer Delonge! This stylish sofa brings a modern element to the room and certainly makes Ella feel like she’s got her own hip hangout.

Tying everything together, Gerri and Naomi chose other great decor items for the space. The rug is the Cherry Blossom Pink Rug from The Rug Market adding some whimsy to the room while providing a soft foundation for little feet. On the nightstand is the Small Luca Pink Lamp Shade by Maura Daniel for story time before bedtime, and on the wall is the Bella Rose Clock by Charn & Company to help symbolize when it’s time to go to sleep.

Lastly, the gorgeous details on the wall are Ella’s initials in metallic gold using Little Crown Interiors very own Wooden Wall Monogram. On a background of hand-painted flowers with rhinestone accents, this stunning addition truly brings the whole room together and makes it unique and special, just for Ella.

The completed room is absolutely stunning and little Ella was so excited to have a new place all her own! Check out the video of the entire segment below to see her adorable reaction to her beautiful new room (not to mention Dr. Stork gives us a shout-out ;)).