Wednesday, 4 November 2015 by Irene Hoofs
Mid week inspiration! Using drift wood to create shelving and displays in your kids room.. such an adorable way of displaying your kids clothes. Pinterest is full of ideas and inspiration for using drift wood as kids display. We love how it brings just a little nature into the room and the raw finishing gives an edgy contrast to rest of the decor. How about painting the wood in a fun pop of colour or even spray painting it to create a gradient colour?
.. Bloesem on Pinterest
Wednesday, 14 October 2015 by Irene Hoofs
We can't get over this adorable rooms. Getting the right accessories and props for the kids room can really make all the difference! It doesn't have to be expensive pieces.. think small items that you can collect over the years.. all these mismatched pieces collected along the way gives the room that unique look that will make it stand out from the rest of the Pinterest-able rooms..
Wednesday, 7 October 2015 by Irene Hoofs
Some say it's a crime to have white painted floor boards due to the high maintenance it needs, but we say go for it! Add in some interesting accents to really give your space a pop or go with all white for a clean and minimalistic look. This image will definitely inspire you to hop on board this white floors trend! Good luck!
Image Credits: Bodie and Fou
Wednesday, 30 September 2015 by Irene Hoofs
As parents, we know our child’s bedroom is not just a room; to them it’s a whole different world where the imagination comes alive. Here are 5 kids’ bedrooms to continue inspiring creativity in both your kid and you.
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Monday, 28 September 2015 by Irene Hoofs
The London-based brand was created by mother-and-daughter duo, out of a love for beautiful design in nursery bedding and accessories, and the lack of them in the market. Made for design-conscious parents, Camomile London's collection aims to encompass the precious feeling of a baby sleeping peacefully and innocently. It incorporates the effortless style and simplicity of Scandinavian living, and at the same time, allows parents the freedom to create individual looks by including personal pieces, making it their own.
Monday, 14 September 2015 by Irene Hoofs
London-based, Chocolate Creative, is a small independent home-wares brand. Originally from Spain, Margarita is the lovely lady behind this beautiful label and she has recently launched some new products! These unique and sustainable pieces are hand-made in Spain by two brothers, Gassy and Artemi, whom she worked closely with to bring her ideas to life. Among those are wall shelves, paper clip magnets and wall hooks which are now available online and shipping worldwide!
She styled a children's room with a Black & White theme which can be easily recreated by mixing different patterns and furniture of the same tones. The use wood and neutrals can be added to create some warmth.