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Neutral Boy's Bedroom

Choose an oversized rug.

"I had smaller area rugs and they were a bad investment," says H&H senior design editor Sally Armstrong. "They were constantly bunching up, it drove me nuts. It's better to do wall-to-wall carpet or a pick a really generous sized rug." The bedroom (shown) of Ali Yaphe's son Charlie has a sophisticated neutral palette that will grow with him, and a rug is more comfortable to play on than a bare floor.

Find more inspiration in our photo gallery of Editors' Favourite Kids' Rooms.

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