Project House Austin may be complete, but the inspiration you take from it is not. Shop the look of this tasteful, fun and gender-neutral kid’s bedroom!
Project House Austin Kid’s Bedroom Products
For the Project House Austin kid’s bedroom, the inspiration all sprang from with this fantastic wallpaper from Abnormals Anonymous. The abstract design is playful in a way that’s appropriate at any age, and the mint green color is somehow soothing, fun, modern and gender neutral, something kids can grow into.
On the other hand, bedding is easy to replace as kids grow up, so there’s no harm in this fun animal themed pattern. And the teals and turquoise echo the mint green of the wallpaper.
Colorful modern rugs from Flor appear throughout the rooms in Project House Austin, and the Retro Shag rug here is another case of something playful enough for a kid’s bedroom and sophisticated enough that you won’t need to swap it out as they grow and tastes mature.
Kids can be hard on furniture, which is why it’s a good idea to invest in durable furniture you won’t have to keep replacing. The modern look of the Lukka modern dresser is enough to make it attractive, but the clincher is that it’s built to last. The base and legs are made of real maple wood, and the drawers are made of birch plywood covered with two layers of maple wood veneer.
If you enjoy a clean, modern aesthetic in your bedroom, why shouldn’t your kids? (Or grandkids or nieces or nephews.) Made of sustainably harvested American maple, the Zen bed with drawers is made to last and accommodate kids as they grow.
A lot of kid’s furniture is plastic in order to withstand kid’s wear-and-tear, but while no furniture is totally kid-proof, nothing beats the real thing when it comes to durability. The Kitty and Baba Bear wood chairs are made of real maple (or walnut) and legs accented in Pacific Blue for furniture as cute as it is sturdy.
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