JJ’s room is influenced by the current Scandinavian trends, a little monochrome madness and some of natures own – wood. I love it when eclectic comes together!
His room brings a sense of calm, relaxation and peacefulness. For me. themed rooms are really not my style; I love designing rooms which can grow with a child & keep them company for years to come. Sometimes, you have to agree, less is more.
My favourite item in JJ”s room has to be his polaroid photo feature, hanging from a wood branch which I collected from the park.
This week we’ve started to see the tulip’s breaking through; the first of the lighter afternoon’s; the birds on our short walk to school. Spring is definitely on it’s way.
And with Spring, brings the need to clear out. We need more playroom storage. Storage doesn’t have to be mundane. Check out these super cute ideas to give you extra space whilst adding pops of colour into your Babiekin’s room.
Piper’s room has a mix of vintage and new toys and furniture with loads of girly touches and nostalgia for childhood. My girls love playing in this room. Endless tea parties, setting up Sylvanian families, quiet reading and playing dress-up. Piper is a real bowerbird and is constantly bringing home shells, rocks, nuts, anything she can find from her adventures and these are tucked around the room, along with fairy glitter and little treasures.
There is no theme, but in our home we try to keep things around that are beautiful, useful, or meaningful and Piper’s space definitely is the child version of this!
She is four years old so needs space to stretch her imagination. A lot of our parenting ideals reside in Steiner philosophies, with toys being simple and often made of natural materials, allowing the girls to have open ended play. Piper is able to disappear in her imagination in this space for hours. Our little dreamer!