More ideas from Anna
What! The beanstalk and the pirate ship and the secret rooms! I wish I had those in my house.

Climbing walls and beanstalks aren't synonymous with kids rooms, but that doesn't mean they don't exist. These geeky parents decided to go all out for their children and created some of the most creative rooms to ever hit the internet.

oh that is so cute my sisters share a room and one would want the top bunk and the other would want the bottom!

Tent on top bunk . Source: Delightful Distractions - HOME SWEET HOME. Easy DIY using fabric or even sheets. For bottom, build in rod and use curtain hangers or tack Velcro to wood and panel for a more stationary curtain. For top bunk, hang from ceiling.

This is such a bold, outside-the-box nursery! The contrast between the matte black statement wall versus the high-gloss yellow paint on the ceiling creates an interesting juxtaposition. #babysroom

Using stripes on the ceiling of a nursery is such a darling idea and adds a touch of color without it becoming the dominant color of the room. The yellow, black and white color scheme is a great option for a gender neutral nursery.