Brooklyn Heights ApartmentContemporary Kids, New York

Photography by Rachael Stollar

Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary gender-neutral kids' bedroom for kids 4-10 years old in New York with carpet. —  Houzz
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Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Ways to Create a Bedroom Siblings Will Want to Share5 May 2019

3. Add a couchIf you do take advantage of space-saving bunk beds, one option for the remaining space is to add a small-scale sofa. Kids love having a sofa in their bedroom because it feels so grown-up, and if you make it a sleeper sofa, it can even become an extra bed for overnight guests and visiting grandparents. In this space from USA-based Fearins Welch, the sofa is complemented by a storage ottoman and a built-in window seat with more storage below.Find an interior designer or decorator on Houzz to help create your kids’ bedrooms

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decoratingbug added this to bookcase30 August 2021

two different style beneath two windows

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idea for creating a window bench

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