We always love peeking into someones home. Especially when it’s an exclusive one like this.
Eight years ago, Bea Kroeze moved into a this house which was built in 1911. The interior was totally rebuilt using white for the floors and walls to make it light and clean. Color was later brought in with the furniture, accessories and toys.
Bea gets her inspiration from traveling, interior magazines, blogs, Pinterest and Instagram, where we ‘met’ her. And this beautiful double room of her son, with French doors to a balcony, so playful and light, it’s too good not to share.
Like anyone with a passion for interior styling, Bea is always changing things around, having little ‘projects’ in the house that are never truly done.
Last year, one of the projects was converting her old office space into a bed and playroom for her now 3 year old son Silvijn.
He was lucky to inherit the massive map of the world that the family uses to pin the locations that they have seen. This boy will definately become a world traveller, no doubt about it.
To create an edgy feel in the room, Bea used a wall paper on the opposite side, making is look like a semi-exposed industrial brick wall.
The furniture in this room is a mix of design and vintage. Silvijn’s cot was used for Bea as a baby and the matching dresser is a carefully selected second hand one. Bea is a fan of Stringfurniture, hence the bookcase in his room.
Silvijn’s passion for colorful toys makes this room complete. Seeing this space makes us want to join in and play all day!
Photography & Styling Bea Kroeze
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Rug | Artifort Orange Slice Junior chair | Storage box | Bed linnen | Storage bag | Kitchen | Bike | Storage baskets | Arrow lamp | Pendant lamp | Mushroom lamp | Deer | Storage box | String furniture bookcase | World map wall paper | Vintage white chair | Square Boxes | Animal masks | Wall decoration | Large toy cars