As I peruse pictures of the luxury properties we market, the rooms for children always stand out in the photo galleries.
“You can sort of push the limits in those rooms with color and make a splash,” interior designer Carrie Holland says. “Big, bold statements that you wouldn’t necessarily do in other rooms in the house.”
Here are a few examples of creatively decorated children’s rooms from our current listings:
There are five bedrooms at 6038 Waggoner Drive, and there’s no doubt that these two are occupied by a boy and a girl based on their color schemes. Julie Provenzano is marketing the property for $1,350,000.
Of course, paint doesn’t have to be applied solely through rollers. A little brushwork can add flair to a child’s room, as evidenced by 6537 Northwood Road. The house is being marketed by Martha & McKamy Tiner for $1,400,000.
Here’s an even more elaborate example of a mural from another of one of Provenzano’s listings at 4740 Paxton Lane. The owners of this Frisco fairy tale would be willing to let it go for $859,000.
Finally, check out the carpet used in the playroom at 3536 Villanova Street, which Jonathan Thayer is marketing for $2,675,000. Any kids growing up in this house can count on sitting on the crimson side of the Texas-OU game.