Moving house also meant saying goodbye to the playroom that has been quite a corner stone in our house and on this blog.
The great thing about a (new) playroom is that you can change it according to the preferences of your children. The room can grow up as they do. With only a few little changes, you can come a long way.
In our case we were lucky with some great timing since IKEA approached us to team up.
A new season, a new installation and it was a great one! A room for two little sisters who will be sharing a room. And we had the honor to take care of the make over.
It was not so much the climate of Dubai that gave us the inspiration for the styling, it was the fresh and sunny character of the girls that made us decide to go on a little tropical adventure.
We started this job by painting the walls with skylight white from Jotun. This fairly long and narrow room needed the right furniture to keep it airy. Since one of the four walls is all windows, we had only three walls left to use for storage, shelving and furniture. And that is why our eye fell on the two tall four poster beds from Incy Interiors. Dreamy yet modern to also ensure the girls can sleep in them for the years to come. The hight of the beds allows the natural light to come in and keep the room sunny.
These new mouse poster of Swedish designer Cooee is just a lovely addition to every playroom. A wink to the little Disney kids friend translated into a stylish design which makes it appealing for you to have it at home. There are more designs, see them all here.
A playroom at a grandmother’s house for her seven grandchildren. Six boys and one girl to be exact. The room needs to be quite wear and tear free, have lots of storage for all the toys while keeping enough room for all the boys to play. We started off with statement wall paper. We’ve had been waiting to use this wallpaper from Fine Little Day in a room for so long and was extremely happy that we could finally make this reality.