Although themed rooms are usually reserved for children’ spaces — think a princess or sports car bed — there are tons of beautiful, mature rooms constructed around a theme too.
Sometimes the theme is more subtle, turning around materials and color options, and sometimes it’s more overt. But nevertheless it’s executed, it normally dictates the whole room, from walls to trinkets.
Here are 12 themed spaces which take a slightly different approach to making a space around one vision.
Lynne Barton Bier – Home on the Range Interiors
This barn bathroom has really got every detail right, down into the barn-wood vanity and the lantern lighting. Additionally, that bucket has got to be the least expensive sink ever.
Stonebreaker Builders & Remodelers
This nautical space is cute but not over-the-top kitsch. I really like the striped comforters and the tiny porthole.
This chamber happens to really be in the tropics, however you can achieve a similar feel (sans perspectives of brilliant blue water) using a billowy mosquito mesh, a tile floor and a ceiling fan.
Anita Roll Murals
I love this space-theme room since it stays on subject but does not feel occupied. The mural is great, but that silver valance is pure genius.
There’s a taste of many distinct themes in this area, yet each one of the decor can be easily shifted out. Just take out all of the planes and you have still got yourself a gorgeous space.
A single bit of dramatic furniture may easily dictate the appearance of a room. How could you do anything besides dedicate to an Indian lounge as soon as you’ve installed this daybed? Even the structure participates in the theme.
I adore this beachy dining area. It’s caught that coastal vibe without going over the top. The blue accents, sand-colored table, rattan seats and driftwood sculpture create a soothing oceanside tableau. And there is nary a flip-flop or sand dollar in sight.
Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
This beach-inspired space is a good deal more overt. The background mural really tries to fool you into believing you’re beachside. It’s a playful spin on a colorful teen room.
RYAN ASSOCIATES GENERAL CONTRACTORS
This elegant bedroom has a Princess and the Pea look. I guarantee you, this was for a first child.
I love this girly, magical kingdom–such as space. It’s like sleeping in a Disney film without getting overly princessed out.
Ah, Grandma’s old homestead, compete with handmade quilts and also a brass bed. And yet it’s not country cute, is it? It’s both stylish and comfy.
I say, old chap, fancy a gin and tonic? This modern take on the hunting lodge is movie-set perfect.
Inform us: Perhaps you have decorated by theme? If so, what theme did you proceed?
Fantasy Kids’ Rooms
Designing the Beach- or Nautical-Themed Room
Warm and Cozy Wildlife- and Hunt-Themed Bathrooms