For a child his or her room can become anything from a jungle to a doctor’s office, so a kids’ space should encourage the imagination and creativity. Today we are featuring an attic loft-like kids’ space, and believe me – you’ve never seen such cool boys’ rooms before!
This incredible loft conversion designed with an adventurous little one in mind. The exposed brick and vaulted ceiling are enough to capture the attention of adult design fans, while the climbing rope and fun details will make kids beg for a bedroom renovation. I wouldn’t say that this room has too childish design, it’s rather adult-like but totally matches the needs of the little boy.
A tipi and train track offer endless opportunities for imaginative play, while the climbing rope encourages exercise and adventure. Other parts of the room look sophisticated enough for adults to enjoy as well – parents can likely use this desk to catch up on work while watching the kids play.
A nook near the window looks out onto the city below. Little ones can use the inspiration they see to complete fabulous works of art on the chalkboard to the right. While the rest of the room is wonderfully open and airy, the bed nook feels much more cozy and private – it’s a little darker than the rest of the room so the young resident can sleep in on the weekend.