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Back to School: Kids' Rooms & Storage Solutions

Clever storage solutions differentiate a kid’s bedroom that just looks great from one that looks great and functions well. The designer bedrooms and storage solutions featured here get top marks; they look fabulous and work wonderfully throughout the many stages of a child’s life. Launch Slideshow
Karen Watson

The compact desk and free-standing bookcase keep toys, books, and schoolwork neat and organized. The vertical filing system adds convenient storage without consuming valuable floor space.


Drake Design Associates

Two lucky boys share this inviting space. Pillows galore help the custom-designed, built-in beds serve double duty as daybeds. Simple shelving gets a major upgrade with an inspired color-block paint treatment.


Cube Collection

You can change the configuration of the shelving units, and mix and match the colored fabric bins to customize this storage solution in the way that best fits your needs and color scheme.


Tobi Fairley

This beautiful room is a paean to purple and practical to boot. Built-ins tuck neatly into the dormers and provide cozy seating, convenient storage, and a useful writing desk.


Teddy Organizer

This minimalist-style organizer has cubbies to accommodate books and toys, and removable galvanized buckets to hold smaller treasures. It is made of solid maple with metal casters that make the whole unit a movable playroom.

 


Robin Bond

Eastern Accents fabric in the bedding, window seat cushion, and throw pillows sets the cheerful tone for this young girl's bedroom. The built-in desk saves floor space while providing ample room for homework. The window seat offers a comfy respite for reading.


Fuji Toy Box

This modern interpretation of an old-fashioned toy box has a few clever tricks up its sleeve: Attach casters and it rolls easily; attach wooden runners and it transforms into a stately piece of furniture. It comes with slow-close safety hinges and one set each of easily changeable casters and runners.

 


Erinn Valencich

Three girls share one large room—and each gets her own colorway of either pink, blue, or green, along with a companion ottoman. A vibrant, floral-motif rug from The Rug Company ties it all together.


Kendall Wilkinson

A young boy's love of airplanes set the design motif for this charming bedroom. The check fabric on the Roman shades is by Cowtan & Tout. The pillows are by Lee Jofa, Cowtan & Tout, and Ralph Lauren.


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