We have often mentioned how we love to start a design with a white canvas.
Well, our latest project was just that. A completely new home for a family with three girls and these little ladies will be sharing a room. We could not wait to get started!
We went in to create a white, wood and whimsical wonderland with a serious dose of pink.
The color and materials of the wooden floor created a beautiful combination with the exposed Jotun brick wall that we have worked with before, only this time in pink!
The two elder girls will be on one side of the room. Their queen size beds are both accompanied by a Kalon Studio stump with a retro mushroom night light. An eye catcher on this side are definitely the neon angel wings. What girl (big or little) would not want these in the room.
It is a match made in kids decor heaven. Jimmy Cricket and Pax and Hart have joined forces which makes us (and many future wall paper addicts) very happy.
This unique color exploding collage wall art is a unisex design which works for both boy and girl interiors, nurseries and play rooms. We wouldn’t even mind having this in our study!
Do you see something different?
Right! This new wall paper made it into the boys bedroom. Now you might know these bunnies from the wall stickers we used in our playroom and in the space we recently designed for a little princess.
This wonderful wall paper is the result of a collaboration between Jimmy Cricket and Pax and Hart. Two very favorites of Live Loud Girl and we’re happy to announce we will have more about that on the blog soon (can’t say anything yet but it is something you don’t want to miss).
The dip dye trend reminds us of the DIY t-shirts that we made in the late ’80’s. Back then, we certainly did not have the patience and approach (not to mention style) that we have developed over the years to make a piece of cloth dipped in a big bowl of paint look good.
Recently we came across this trend again and decided to give it another try. This time not on our old white tee but on the curtains in the boys room. We thought they could use a funked up version to add a bit of boho to their overall crisp Scandi room.
Although our style has hopefully changed, the method of dip dye has not. It’s easy but does require the right materials.