I come across the most beautiful & cool rooms for little ones. Rooms with a cute mix of styles, rooms with the best storage solutions and rooms which are styled so simple, but look so chique. Today I want to inspire you with some of my favorites. What is your favorite?
If there is anyone who thinks that a black and white nursery or kids room can’t look cute, Pamela Dosal of En Las Nubes will proof you’re wrong! Who said nurseries and kids room need to be blue and pink to look cool? Pamela creates statement rooms with just simple use of black, grey and whites. She uses old and new finds to create a space that speaks. I love the way the room look so simple, yet so chiques! Less is more!
Images En Las Nubes
Yesterday I spend some time changing the boys play space in the living room. I have the overwhelming desire to keep on changing the landscape of the boy’s spaces. It doesn’t help that I keep on finding this cute stuff on Instagram & Etsy, like the Felt Foxes felt garlands. And I wanted to create more space for the boys to get creative so we made this tiny desk on the wall. Now they can finally use the cool vintage mini casalino chairs which I found already over a year ago on Ebay. In reality the place is more a mess with toys everywhere, but it’s also cleaned and put back place quickly before bedtime. Enjoy the weekend!
I wanted to share with you an inspirational children’s room. I have a long list of children’s and homes that I admire and which inspire me. Let’s start with this one. This room is designed by A merry mishap’s Jennifer Hagler. It’s is playful but also clean and simple room. With limited color palette she creates a soothing environment for a busy family. I’m crazy about the coloring on the wall and the way she used the Ikea shelves for the books.
What do you think?
Images Jennifer Hagler