I've been working on a design plan for my e-design clients in DC who would like their newborn boy and toddler girl to share a room. I was looking for something both classic and modern, but with playfulness that children could love. There is quite a bit of color and pattern, but I think that's what makes it fun.
The large scale polka dot fabric would be the drapes, and of course each monogram would be there own. the bedding is an organic white blanket (easily bleached when toddlers have accidents) and they can personalize their sheets to each child's interest.
When two children share a room, I think monograms are a must.
Don't you just love these leather animal bookends? Perfect for play time.
The rug is also a favorite item from this design. It has so many colors that it gives them options for the future.
Finally, I like to use inexpensive art in a child's bedroom that can
be changed with their interest.
These watercolors are whimsical while still being gender neutral.
What do you think?
Is this a gender neutral bedroom that could grow with your kids?
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