We finished this spring season with a big bang, also known as the dreamy teenage girls room. A project that exited us so much that we could not wait to share it.
We always start with deciding on a color pallet. A ‘teen girls room’ is definitely not the same thing as a ‘girls room’ so we decided to combine a variation of soft blue and mint tones with white, naturals, black and gold.
A first timer is the Jotun dip dye wall. The effect turned out extremely cool and gives the room a boho touch.
The Langdon Ltd rug is also an eye catcher. The chevron rug has a golden tread gives the room a magical touch and style.
The Eden bed by Incy Interiors is completed with a combination of bed side tables, a Bloomingville pendant and a Mathilda Clahr leather strap by The Bowery Company to hold a magazine or book. Just a bit different. The finishing touch: the dreamy cloud of lights.
The custom made campaign dresser has a subtle pink drawers and brass hardware. The glossy finish makes it a super chique and timeless piece of furniture. On the dresser a collection of beautiful prints from the Posterclub and a Dandymoon banner by MiniandBeau with some inspirational words and visuals.
Also custom made are the curtains which skim down to the floor. The lined linnen fabric in a morning mint shade are hung on an unfinished wooden rod and combined with brass hardware. Simple yet sophisticated. We would love to have this at home.
To finish the room, we brought in some green in a basket. It brightens the place up and it makes the difference between a room for ‘a girl’ and the room for ‘the teen’.
Pictures by Farooq Salik – Styling Live Loud girl