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Children’s Rooms: Grown-Up Boys’ Spaces

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Children’s Rooms: Grown-Up Boys’ Spaces

January 23, 2009

As boys go beyond the cowboy/pirate/Harry Potter stages, they need more grown-up spaces. We like these undeniably masculine rooms for boys heading into their teenage years, some of them featuring unexpected color combinations.

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Above: A sophisticated boys room with a rustic vibe.

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Above: A boy’s room in Sweden; photo by Patric Johansson for Skona Hem.

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Above: A bedroom for a surfer boy; photo by Daniel Hertzell.

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Above: A room at the Ace Hotel in Seattle.

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Above: A room for a budding musician in London by Annabelle Selldorf.

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Above: A room in Australia by Villa & Villa, spotted on Desire to Inspire.

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Above: Blake Dollahite’s bedroom in Austin, Texas.

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Above: Berkeley boy’s room from More Ways to Waste Time (walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Robin’s Nest Blue).

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Above two photos: Inspiration from the Ace Hotel in Portland, Oregon.

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