At Babiekins Magazine, but we love REAL rooms. Rooms that you can feel are lived in and loved. Linda of Live Loud Girl, graciously shares her boys’ playroom with us.
In our home, we generally keep things a basic white. White generates a feeling of peace. HOwever, don’t be afraid to introduce a bold color (like the yellow vintage casalino chairs purchased on Ebay). I like to add a mix of styles and finds that are both old and new to create a space that speaks. Your home should reflect the story of your life, and we certainly should’t forget that kid spaces are for kids!
I’m not a big fan of themed rooms. I like when they can grow into a room. Less is more. Kids often have a lot of knick knacks and toys, so I try to find solutions to declutter and make cleaning easy for them (and mommy).This playspace is in our living room and the boys love to be around us. They hardly play in their own rooms. In this play space, everyone can be together, but there is space for independent play. Jack loves to draw and Sam to race with his cars. The table gives enough space to do that!
Star light, star bright. Certainly, these celestial and bedtime inspired interior accessories will be the star of your little one’s room. Plush astronomical shaped pillows, a planetary mobile, and some splendid pyjamas have us over the moon! After a long day of activities keep the fun going as they drift off into dreamland.
It can often be difficult to find a designer who truly understands how children see the world – with That Way we have finally found a genius that has managed it. The brains and creativity behind this imaginative brand come from Aga and Damian.
Aga has used her years of expertise as an art director and illustrator to transform her talent into creating unique products for children’s interiors and clothing.
You would be forgiven for thinking that Aga is a zoologist when you look at her designs! They really do capture the beauty of the creatures in our world. Each and every time you just look at one of her new pieces, you are being personally invited to take a step into her crazy imagination and look at the world in a completely different way.
As a designer myself, it is really great to see someone pushing the boundaries for children – after all, who says that they cannot enjoy great design?