Blue and white kid's bedroom with two connected beds and a trundle bed

Are you looking for ideas for your children’s bedroom? Make this space yours with helpful tips from Kathryn McAdams of Meriwether Design Group.


Beds: Perfect for sleepovers! The middle section of the base of these two connected beds pulls out to reveal a third trundle bed. Custom made by Madison Mills, have a similar piece crafted at Dark Horse Woodworks. 675 Metropolitan Pkwy. SW., Ste. 6045, Atlanta or

Wallpaper: It’s hard not to spot this bold wallpaper accent. Made by Anna French (a division of Thibaut), you can pick up a roll of Tanzania in Black on Cream at Brookhaven Home.
4060 Peachtree Rd. NE., Ste. G, Atlanta

Table Lamps: Light the night with these modern fixtures, which can be customized with your choice of shade and metal. Get your own E. F. Chapman Russell Gilded Iron Table lamps at
Visual Comfort & Co.

Flooring: This wood-patterned ceramic tile offers the classic look of wood, but unlike the traditional material, is heated and stain and scratch resistant. Find your own high-traffic tile at Enhance Floors & More. 1847 Roswell Rd., Marietta or

Metal Chair: Found at a Florida flea market, this vintage seat rounds out the room’s colorful theme. Uncover your own one-of-a-kind piece at Kudzu Antiques + Modern.
2928 E. Ponce de Leon Ave., Decatur or

Tips for a Cool Kids’ Bedroom from Meriwether Design Group

• Make room: Ensure there is a large open area for play and be intentional about storage. Here, large pieces of furniture are placed against the wall with baskets assigned for toys.

• Stop the stain: Utilize stain-resistant fabrics like Sunbrella so you can wipe up messes. Add comfort with an area rug that can easily be replaced should Jack spill his grape juice.

• Capture color: Kids often gravitate toward bright hues. Stick with two or three vivid tones for maximum impact. 


beautiful woman smilingKathryn McAdams

Senior designer at Meriwether Design Group, an all-female interior design firm, which also focuses on architecture, custom furnishings, millwork design, and art curation.

Kathryn, a graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design, specializes in creating unique pieces of furniture and cabinetry for her clientele.