Two boys, one room…. that is something we can relate to. We had so much fun designing the space for these little boys. Creating a stylish space enjoyable for sleeping, chilling and having fun with friends. We made comfort one of our top priorities for the design of this room.
The two identical Kalon Studio beds on one side of the room are complemented with bedding in contrasting colors. We still can’t get enough of the teal blue, green and mustard combo… Can you?
Teal blue is in any case a theme color for this room. The opposite wall has been painted with Jotun Fusion 5362, speaking of statement walls. On top of that, we chose a teal blue Bemz sofa cover which we think is such a fantastic way to upgrade your IKEA sofa to reflect your own personal style. This area has ‘chilling’ written all over it.
A product that was on our wish list and is now decorating the wall behind the couch is the Anne Claire Petit big lobster. The color, the craftsmanship, the material… I guess a new favorite.
A combination of Piet Hein Eek design by IKEA and a white round table gives the boys space to be creative. Whatever they do in this room, we just know that there will be many laughs and big stories.
For this collection, Jotun created three themes based on Children’s imaginative stories. The eight colors of each theme form a beautiful pallet which was the starting point for our designs. We created nine settings and want to share our favourites with you.
You can find the end result in the Jotun brochure and on our blog.
A new room, a new vibe, a teenager and lots of fun products. You cannot make us happier by letting us play around with these ingredients.
This girls room required a dose of pink so we decided to partially paint the wall of the reading area. We always try to be creative and innovative in every project we undertake, especially with paint. Jotun’s Sunset Brown gives the room warmth and is a tone that will not easily bore. We decorated this corner with a Byron Bay hanging chair and some magical lights by Zoe Rumeau.
Designing a nursery for a baby girl is always gratifying, designing a nursery for twin girl is exceptionally enjoyable. Especially when the client requests that she wants something atypical, different and not so pink yet simple.
Starting from scratch is also a bonus so we began with the walls. Since we had one large uninterrupted wall, we could not resist to go for the Bien Fait wall paper again. This brings in an instant wow-effect and also is perfect for growing kids. It will remain cool for such a long, long time so worth the investment!