Minneapolis-based Martha McQuade (an architect and clothing designer) created this modern children's bedroom with a worldy theme (we like the black world map above the bed and the wooden blocks of New York buildings) for her son; the look is easily recreated with the following pieces shown below. N.B. For more ideas, go to Architect Visit: Children's Room Roundup.
Above: Photos via MWM Workbook.
Above: Eames Rocker; $479 from Design Within Reach.
Above: Ludde Sheepskin Throw; $39.99 at Ikea.
Above: Slabang Alarm Clock; $12.99 from Ikea.
Above: World Map; $84.50 from Ferm Living.
Above: The Braxton Trestle Desk is $149.99 at Amazon.
Above: The Lack Wall Shelf from Ikea keeps clutter off the desktop, $29.99 from Ikea.
Above: New York City in a Bag by Muji; includes eight wooden structures (including MoMA's original 1939 building, the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, the Statue of Liberty, and the Guggenheim Museum) and six wooden cars; $15 at the MoMA store.
Above: Store odds and ends in a suite of Burken Jars; $4.99 from Ikea.
Above: Magnetic Strips by Three by Three; $9.95 from Amazon.
Above: Birch Argington Ayres Twin Bed; $630 from All Modern; companion under-bed storage drawers or trundle also available. Available in birch, ebony, or white finish.
Above: Blue and White Large Gingham Check Bed Linen; £52 from Toast.