Baby rooms often get a bad rap by being thought to be all toy-filled, cluttered, with little design effects and random colors and details. However, these rooms prove quite the opposite. They have dreamy bunk beds, cool wallpapers, pink canopies, priceless art, playful designs and, of course, loads of toys. Looking for some inspiration? Take a look. These pics will give even grown-ups some serious room envy.


Beatrice Reed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pryor Reed, in her amazing pink bedroom of their New York City apartment, circa 1966


Bunkroom in the Nantucket beach house of Ashley Brittingham, seen here in 2005


In Alexandra von Furtenberg`s California home, seen here in 2007, daughter Talita`s pink bedroom is decorated with paper butterflies from London


Annette and Matt Lauer`s son`s room in their Hamptons home, photographed in 2011


The sophisticated oak-lined bedroom of Aerin Lauder`s sons Jack and Will in their Aspen home, seen here in 2011


In the Brooklyn home of Miranda Brooks and Bastien Halard, seen here in 2013, daughter Violet Grey`s bedroom walls are covered in hand-printed horse-chestnut wallpaper


Ana and Henry Pincus`s daughter Bella in her pink bedroom- filled with a Piola Pop bookshelf and Whale chair by Hubert Le Gall- in their Manhattan apartment, pictured in 2010


English soldier wallpaper from Dragons of Walton Street and an antique crown-topped canopy bed from Seventh Heaven in London fill the room of Luke and Julie Janklow`s son August in their Greenwich Village home, seen here in 2007


It`s wall-to-wall toys in the playroom of Luella Bartley`s London home, photographed in 2006


Bella`s canopied bed with Chinese lanterns and her own artwork in Hugo and Elliott Guinness`s Boerum Hill townhouse, photographed in 2003

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Martyn Lawrence Bullard says about this room: “The soft nature of this pink is a perfect backdrop to match almost any color to. A rosy glow emanates from the paint and makes everything, and most importantly everyone around it, look pretty—which, after all, is the biggest decorating success.”



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