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

Rosenberry Rooms featured in HGTV Magazine!

hgtv-sept14-cover-scanWe are so excited to be featured in the September 2014 issue of HGTV Magazine – not just once, but three times!lamp-clock-rug

1. Green & Blue Striped Monogram Lamp // 2. Personalized Stripes Wall Clock // 3. Border Monogram Round Rug

At the back of the September 2014 issue is a magazine within the magazine, called HGTV Magazine Kids. The mini-mag features “62 Cool Things For Your Room,” including monogrammed items along the bottom of each page. hgtv-sept14-kids hgtv-sept14-lamp hgtv-sept14-clock hgtv-sept14-rug

Thanks again to HGTV Magazine for including us!


It's Back To School Time!

Can you believe that it’s almost time to go back to school? If you’re like us, you might be wondering where the summer has gone! You know what they say, time flies when you’re having fun! Don’t stress by running around crowded stores; shop with us for your child’s back to school essentials!

Kids need a place of their own to study, do their homework, draw, color and more. We love the idea of an activity desk with built in storage or a miniature desk and chair set.artist-activity-desk-set-9 27150_Pinboard_Desk_Chair_RS_ 026

What is better than art that is educational? These pieces will have your little one counting, reciting the alphabet and learning geography in no time!

education-station-peel-stick-applique-10our-world-canvas-wall-art-10Four Peas Backpacks feature kid friendly designs and perfect proportions for little ones. We love the Spacebot School Backpack and the Heart School Backpack!

FourPeas_BackPackIf you are looking for super trendy personalized items for kids, look no further than Dylbug! The Sailing Skipper and Flutterby lunch boxes are adorable in design which makes them a truly unique accessory! (There’s also a fun chalkboard liner, making it easy to write a daily note!)

Dylbug_LunchBoxflutterby-personalized-kids-lunchbox-5Remind the growing boy of your house where his studies may take him. The Large Chalkboard Globe by Jamie Young will motivate him to travel the world! Maybe the high seas will be his route, inspired by the Anchors Aweigh Square Tray by DENY Designs.
TeenGuyMake your teenage daughter feel special with stylish school essentials from Kate Spade. Help her schedule tests and sports practices with the 2015 Black Stripe Agenda and the Emma Pencil Pouch.

Brand New Kid's Art from Oopsy Daisy!

All new art from Oopsy Daisy has arrived on RosenberryRooms.com! From bold and energetic, to warm and whimsical, to sweet and playful, the Oopsy Daisy Fine Art for Kids collection has everything you need when searching for the perfect wall art for your child’s room. With over 100 new additions including canvas reproductions, growth charts, table lamps and night lights, you are sure to find a great piece or two or ten to match your nursery theme or kid’s room color scheme.

Below are a few of my favorites from the new additions but you will definitely want to check out the full collection!

These first two inspirational canvases are from the talented artist, Mary Beth Freet. I like to call them “To Do Lists for Kids” because what else should a child be doing besides laughing and playing?!

For the more modern kid’s room, I love these Modern Giraffe Canvases on a chevron background by artist Stacy Amoo-Mensah as well as the adorable Olivia the Owl and Modern Blooms canvases also by Stacy!

Add a modern yet whimsical touch to your little boy’s bedroom or nursery with the Cars on the Move and Flying in the Skys Canvas Reproductions by Vicky Barone!

How fun are these canvases by well-known artist, Eric Carle? If you look closely you can spot his Very Hungry Caterpillar in each of them! Your kiddos will love having these friendly pieces on their bedroom walls.

Art inspires children and adds color and fun to their world so it’s important to have playful kid’s art everywhere they look, even the bathroom! These adorable Splish Splash and Rubba Dub Dub canvases by Liza Lewis will do the trick!

If it’s bold and vibrant color you’re looking for, you are sure to love these beautiful Peacock Canvas Reproductions!

Oopsy Daisy gives you amazing creations and has such an attention to detail and quality that it’s easy to see why so many people love their art! To view the complete line of Oopsy Daisy Fine Art for Kids, click here.

Save 10% on the Oopsy Daisy Collection!

Flash Sale! For one week only, SAVE 10% on the entire Oopsy Daisy Fine Art for Kids Collection! With the coupon code RRDAISY, you can save 10% on your favorite canvas reproductions, growth charts, wall stickers, night lights and more by Oopsy Daisy! But hurry though, because this sale ends at midnight PST on June 11th!

1. Rainbow Zebra Canvas Reproduction  2. Friendly Fish Mural Banner  3. Fairy Friends Clock  4. On the Road Growth Chart  5. Eric Carle’s Hungry Caterpillar Nightlight  6. Airplanes Peel & Place Wall Stickers  7. Cherry Blossom Birdies Canvas Reproduction


SALE DETAILS: Rosenberry Rooms is offering a 10% discount on the Oopsy Daisy Collection. To take advantage of this 10% discount, enter the coupon code RRDAISY at checkout. This discount is valid on new orders only. It may not be applied to existing orders or re-orders. This coupon may not be applied to Oopsy Daisy items already on sale. Sale ends June 11th, 2012 at 11:59pm PDT

Designer Rooms Spotlight!

Today I want to highlight a few of our awesome designer rooms! We know that RosenberryRooms.com has lots and lots of products to choose from and that it can sometimes be overwhelming trying to decide which lighting goes best with which bedding, will this rug look right in the room and so on. Our team of designers and merchandisers have tried to facilitate this for you by creating designer rooms based on various themes. Below are a few of my favorites from each category, but be sure and check out the rest of them for more inspiration!

The Forest Orchid 3-piece Crib Bedding Set by Annette Tatum serves as the inspiration for our Pretty in Purple Nursery. Whimsical lilac and green flowers on the crib bumper and lilac stripes on the skirt create a simple and sweet space for your little girl to rest and play. Accessorize in shades of purple with the organic cotton wall prints by Amenity, lighting by Maura Daniel, a plush hand-tufted wool rug in lilac and a comfy glider from Oilo.

Looking for something dramatically different? Our Wheels Motif Nursery is comfortable and contemporary. The Wheels Motif three-piece crib set in cobalt and the Cohen Glider with custom piping by Oilo creates a sophisticated ambiance with clean, uncluttered lines in your newborn son’s room. The vintage car-themed artwork by Aaron Christensen adds a playful touch!

Your little one will love to sleep in the cozy Sweet Haven Nursery. The White Pique Crib Bedding in Khaki by New Arrivals Inc. and charming art by Doodlefish are simple and classic. Creamy natural linens and satiny-soft cottons bring an effortless elegance to our Sweet Haven Nursery. We paired the bedding and room décor selections with Bratt Décor’s stunning Manhattan Collection.

Our fun Eve Bedroom is a breath of fresh air! The Boutique Pink bedding set is part of the Caden Lane designer collection. Bright, beautiful artwork by Oopsy Daisy artists Gale Kaseguma and the Winborg sisters, lighting by Jubilee, the Aqua shag rug, and cute picture frames complete this fun and funky girl’s room.

Our Owls Sky Bedroom brings classic woodland features and bold hues of green and blue into your boy’s room. A duvet cover and tailored sham in the playful Owls Sky print by DwellStudio is paired with the Elite Reflections Collection by Lea Children’s furniture for a classic and timeless appeal. Throw in a fun wall decal from Alphabet Garden Designs and playful character art to complete this boy’s room.

For more inspiration, click the following category that applies to the type of room you want to create!

Designer Girl’s Nurseries.

Designer Boy’s Nurseries.

Gender Neutral Nurseries.

Designer Girl’s Rooms.

Designer Boy’s Rooms.


New Year Sale at Rosenberry Rooms!

Welcome the New Year with great deals at RosenberryRooms.com! Each New Year calls for a fresh start right? Save 10% on select furniture, bedding, art and rugs from some of our top brands at RosenberryRooms.com! To take advantage of this offer, enter the coupon code RR2012 at checkout.

Save 10% on your favorite children’s art from Oopsy Daisy, crib bedding and kid’s bedding from Whistle & Wink, stylish rugs from The Rug Market and even furniture from Lea Children’s Furniture! You do not want to miss this awesome sale!

SALE DETAILS: Rosenberry Rooms is offering a 10% discount on the following product lines: Lea Furniture, Whistle & Wink, Oopsy Daisy Fine Art for Kids and The Rug Market. To take advantage of this 10% discount, enter the coupon code RR2012 at checkout. This discount is valid on new orders only and cannot be combined with other coupon codes. It may not be applied to existing orders or re-orders. Sale ends January 16th, 2012, 11:59PM PST.

 Promotion ends January 16th, 2012, 11:59PM PST.

Real Rosenberry Rooms Contest Winner!

Our first official Real Rooms Contest winner has been announced! Congratulations to Nancy Wander for creating this gorgeous pink and blue nursery for her daughter Stella! The bold colors in the fabrics are a perfect complement to the light blue walls and the window seat pad is something any girl at any age would love to have! Keep reading to see more photos of this stunning nursery and find out which RosenberryRooms.com products Nancy used to create this dream room for her baby girl.

On the crib is the vibrant Caden Lane Finley Crib bedding. This colorful, contemporary and classic bedding set includes a crib bumper, crib sheet and crib skirt with mix and match options that allow you to create a set that is all your own or change things up as you like. Nancy chose to stick with the original design with the Rose Dot Bumper, the Rose Lattice Sheet and the Zebra crib skirt. She also carried the Rose Lattice and Zebra fabric over to the window seat design creating a perfectly coordinated look.

Behind the crib, and just one of the many statement pieces in this awesome room, is a gorgeous blooming tree wall decal similar to the one found here! A decal like this is a perfect solution for decorating the wall behind your baby’s crib and I love the added bling and touch of color with flower accents, similar to these Cotton Candy Gardenia Blooming Fabric Flowers.

Draped over the glider is the Rose Dot Ruffle Blanket from Caden Lane’s boutique collection as well as a coordinating pillow covered in the Rose Lattice Fabric. To create a room similar to this, I would definitely suggest checking out the Caden Lane collection on RosenberryRooms.com. The unique pattern combinations and bold colors allow you to create a nursery or kid’s room that deviates from the traditional while offering a style vibe that is innovative and wow-worthy.

Thank you to all of those who entered our first Real Rooms giveaway. Each nursery was simply amazing and I am so glad we got a chance to feature them for our fans to see! If you also have a nursery you would like to share with us, please email pictures to facebook@rosenberryrooms.com and stay tuned for details of our next contest!

PS – If you’re curious which Oopsy Daisy Canvas Reproduction Nancy chose as her prize, she went with the beautiful Cherry Blossom Garden Canvas Reproduction, no doubt sticking with her love for bright, bold colors!

Thank you again to Oopsy Daisy Fine Art for Kids for sponsoring this giveaway!



Real Rosenberry Rooms Contest Top 5!

Our Top 5 Real Rosenberry Rooms have been selected and are awaiting your votes! Be sure to check out our Facebook album with the images of the rooms and vote for your favorite. The winning room will get to choose a canvas reproduction of their choice from Oopsy Daisy Fine Art for Kids! Check out the wow-worthy rooms below and let us know which is your favorite by liking that photo on facebook. To see the full album, click here.

In this modern boy’s nursery, you’ll find the Sticks Three-Piece Crib Set in Pewter by Oilo as well as the 4 Boy’s Toys Canvas Reproductions from Oopsy Daisy!

In this gorgeous girl’s nursery you see the Caden Lane Finley bedding, Caden Lane Rose Lattice and Zebra fabric for the window seat and coordinating pillows as well as the Blooming Tree Wall Decal I from Alphabet Garden Designs behind the crib!

This boy’s nursery includes 6 vintage sports canvas reproductions by Aaron Christensen, New Arrivals Inc. Red Star Wooden Bookends, I Love You Picture Frame in Blue and the New Arrivals crib sheet in Blue Dottie!

This pink baby girl’s room includes the gorgeous Path Canvas Reproduction by MaryJack Studios!

This aviation-themed boy’s nursery includes the Capital Wall Letters in Red by New Arrivals, the Red Jenny Vintage & Yellow Barnstormer art pieces, the Pickup Truck Canvas Reproduction and the super cool Biplane Fighter Pendant!

The *winner will be announced November 30, 2011!

Thank you to Oopsy Daisy for partnering with us on this contest!

*Winner will receive one canvas reproduction from the Oopsy Daisy collection. Options do not include over-sized (39″ or more vertically or horizontally) or framed canvases. Any products labeled backorder or preorder on RosenberryRooms.com will not be included.


Meet Artist & Designer Aaron Christensen!

Today I am so thrilled to introduce to you Aaron Christensen, the amazing artist and designer behind some of my favorite pieces on RosenberryRooms.com! Inspired by vintage details, Aaron Christensen is especially known for his boys’ art that feature themes such as sports, racing and rock & roll. His style is also perfect for girls who want princess themed rooms with an antique twist! We are so lucky that Aaron has agreed to become one of our ‘Creative Contributors’ because his work is so innovative,  detailed and well, creative! Father of two, Aaron also owns his own design company known as Embellishments Kids, where he creates his unique art pieces which are also published by Oopsy Daisy, Fine Art for Kids! Check out some of his awesome work below as well as an inside look into the inspiration for his designs.


What inspired you to be a designer of children’s spaces? 

My two and a half year old son who loved cowboys and my daughter whom was still in the oven at 6 months.  I was a blanket fort and theme park builder, as a kid and wanted them to use their imaginations just as I did.  I don’t remember my room being just a room, I always had some walk though attraction for my friends and siblings to experience.  Haunted houses were my favorite, with all the toilet paper ghosts hanging from fish line.  There were pirate ships made from chairs and blankets, trips to outer space with cardboard box rocket ships and plenty of superhero adventures whizzing around in capes and underwear to rescue friends.  As, I matured….not really, I found that the skills and training I gathered through the years being in department store design, specifically window display and prop building could be combined with my love of art to create rooms for my own children.  And this time, I wouldn’t be using blankets and toilet paper. I built a cowboy room for him and a cute little bird nursery for her.  Those two rooms caught the eye of a magazine publisher and the rest is history.  It’s been 14 years and I’m still playing like a kid.

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

Most days, I start with drawings or rough ideas, whether they are of custom items I want to create in the studio shop or art I’m rendering.  Minute, by minute and hour by hour they turn from ideas into something real, you can touch, hang on the wall or experience.  While it’s not David Copperfield “poof” magic, it sometimes feels that way.  The feeling is just as thrilling and rewarding with every project.

What is your most memorable design project? 

There are so many great memories, but the one that sticks out in a humorous way is the time we created a truck bed for a client.  This was to be an entire truck sculpted in three dimensions to look like a shrunk down vintage truck, rust and all.   The client’s house was still in the rough framing stage.   We remembered the old adage and measured twice, referenced the blueprints and consulted the finish carpenters on the final door openings.  After all, we had to make sure the truck could fit through the door in parts to be assembled in room.  Well, despite our diligence the manufacturer had sent doors with a slightly different clearance.  There we were on installation day with a truck bed that wouldn’t fit in through the door.  Cutting the door frames was not an option.  Luckily, removing the second story window was.  So utilizing two extension ladders like a sloped track, tying rope onto the truck we drug and pushed it up the precarious system and into the room.  It was quite the sight, two guys pushing what seemed to be a truck up two ladders.  We were obviously preoccupied, so taking pictures was never on our mind, but I’d give anything to see the pictures passers by were snapping.  Luckily, everything went smooth from there.

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

I can honestly say, I’ve never thought about it that way.  I’m so grateful to design for any child.  They are young for such a brief moment, it’s rewarding to have my work or art be part of their childhood memories and nurture their imagination.  Although, if Katy Perry and Russell Brand are ever expecting, I’d love to be on the short list for a tricked out nursery.

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

With most projects I get to meet a new child.  My goal is to design for that child and the moment they realize I’m there to facilitate their ideas and not just those of their parents is the event that inspires me.  It’s tangible and moving.  They love to be heard and appreciate it when their daydreams, of how they want their room to be, are included in the grander picture.   Artistically, I was recently inspired by our family summer vacation.  We visited Southern California, my old stomping ground.  Seeing familiar sights from my childhood brought fond memories to the forefront of my mind.  I wouldn’t be surprised if a SoCal sun, sea, sand and surf influence appears in my forthcoming art.

Where is your favorite place you have traveled to?

While I love big cities and the urban art and design culture, my heart and creative soul longs for the beach.  My wife, Angela and I fell in love with a little spot in Cerritos on the outskirts of Mazatlan Mexico.  It’s rustic and simple with only a neighboring coffee shop, a few restaurants and miles of beach.  It’s the quality of our down time that makes it so appealing.

Where in the world are you dying to go next?  

I have yet to visit Europe.  Antiquing in Paris, junking in London, the history, the sites, the people, I’d be in heaven.

What is your favorite Rosenberry Rooms product? 

Right now, Russell & Mackenna‘s furniture has my full attention.  Their pieces are a handsome blend of vintage styling and modern aesthetic.  Also, Jamie Young’s Steam Punk lighting has me inspired.  I’ve always loved the Steam Punk culture.  The pieces would shine in a boy’s room with antique maps, repurposed industrial accents and of course vintage styled art.  As far as bedding goes, New Arrivals’ Stella Gray crib set is gorgeous.  It would be a great foundation for a chic urban nursery.

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

I’ve teamed up with several manufacturers and retailers in my continued effort to reach out beyond wall art and am launching a collection of accessories and decor.  While some of the products are not specific to the children’s market they follow my neo-vintage style and could be used in kid’s spaces.  They will be debuting with a national craft store and with retailers in late fall and into 2012.   I’ve also partnered up with one of the top Mom children’s room designers, in the industry, to work on branching out into new media, collaborating on projects and some top secret stuff that is oh so exciting.

Here are just a few more of Aaron’s amazing designs and art pieces. To see his entire collection, visit RosenberryRooms.com or click here!

Now, just for fun:

Favorite Food-

Anything spicy, five star hot!  As of recent, I’m hooked on roasted hot peppers bedded on a smear of cream cheese and rolled in a spinach tortilla.

Favorite TV Show-

While I’m an intrigued haphazard watcher of Design Star, I am a faithful fan of American Pickers and Modern Family.

Favorite Movie-

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.  As a child Roald Dahl’s books nourished my imagination.  The movie versions, while they interpret the book differently, both speak to my inner child.  It’s all about being the good kid, being true to one’s values and family and maybe someday you’ll get your share of the chocolate!

Favorite Weekend Activity-

I have a true love of gardening and plant collecting.  I live in complete zonal denial landscaping our yard with tropical plants that I have to baby through Portland, Oregon’s winter wet and cold.  What good is it to have a hammock without two palm trees to hang it from? Ha, Ha.

Favorite Musician/Band-

When I’m painting in the studio, I enjoy creating playlists that inspire and correspond to the art I’m working on.  Right now, my itunes play count would say my favorite is the swedish band Movits!  Which is funny, because I’m certainly not working on swedish swing art.


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