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These fresh kids' rooms will inspire you to create colorful one-of-a-kind looks for your own children.
The McCaughey family made headlines across the globe when seven siblings joined big sis Mikayla.
The three septuplet girls (Natalie, Alexis, and Kelsey) share a large room with three small windows along one wall. Those windows inspired designer Jodi Mensing to place three lilac twin beds in a neat row. Each one was dressed with a mixture of florals, dots, and delicate stripes for cottage charm.
A wicker play table and cozy bench seat are two of the girls' favorite spots to play and read.
The concept of a soft, pretty canopy gets revved up in Mikayla's room. Bold aqua and magenta hues match Mikayla's outgoing personality.
Mikayla's room has touches of Hollywood glamour in every corner, including this dressing table that doubles as a desk.
A pair of red foam chairs are good resting spots for weary sea travelers. And the ocean-wave pattern on the wall is a simple paint idea that anyone can handle. Simply freehand the waves with a foam brush or cut your own stencil.
In Nathan and Kenny's room, we went all out for a camping theme. Their beat-up closet doors got new life with black chalkboard paint and fun red letters spelling out "camp."