For a child, his room can be anything from a forest to a doctor’s office, so a children’s room must encourage imagination and creativity. Today we are displaying an attic children’s room like an attic, and believe me you have never seen such cool boys’ rooms before!
This amazing loft conversion was designed with the adventurous little one in mind. Exposed brick and vaulted ceilings are enough to attract the attention of adult design fans, while climbing ropes and pleasing details will make children beg for room renovations. I would not say that this room has a design that is too childish, it is somewhat like an adult but really fits the needs of the little boy.
A corner near the window faces the city below. Young children can use the inspiration they see to complete extraordinary art on the blackboard on the right. While other parts of the room are open and airy, the corner of the bed feels much more comfortable and private and it is a little darker than the other parts of the room so young residents can sleep on weekends.
Tipi lanes and trains offer endless opportunities for imaginative play, while climbing ropes encourage practice and adventure. Other parts of this room look sophisticated enough for adults to enjoy too. parents may be able to use this table to catch up on work while watching children play.