Sometimes it is good to know that others have a same addiction.
Do you remember Bea Kroeze from being our Guest on the Blog with her fantastic colorful photo’s? We were happy to find out that she is also a storage bag enthusiast and therefore we asked her to shares her favorites with us.
One large room, one sweet boy and a thousand books. Those were the ingredients we worked with for our latest room styling and we loved every step of the way.
When we came into the room for the first time, it was quite dark. We brought in some light by painting the floor and spray painting the existing cabinets. And this time we chose a light grey (and not the usual white… I know!) to create a basic warmer tone that goes well with the furniture.
Remember the post about the three girls and their whimsical wonderland?
We were lucky to also create a space for them to play, read and chill. This space was empty with some cool yet challenging characteristics like a full glass window wall and a window sill size extra large.
Another challenge was that this playroom is for three girls of different ages and obviously we wanted to design something that would fulfill three dreams.
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.