Lily and Jules’ bedroom has slowly evolved into what it is now, a little girly, yes, as this is mainly Lily’s space until Jules will move in as well. Their room is filled with mostly vintage items I found and fell in love with. The room also contains small treasured items from her great-grandparents; like the “Lily Special” box, that was in my grandfather’s painting studio and the pink glass jar from my husband’s grandmother.
Lily and I love to craft together, we use our mother/daughter time to make things. Over the Christmas holiday, we made paper maché bunny heads to represent her and her little brother. It took weeks of slow work but now she’s so proud to show it off to everyone that comes over.
I think their room will evolve again as Jules gets older and his personality shines through. For now, he is only three months old and doesn’t sleep there yet, but hopefully soon. I can’t wait to see them play together in their shared space.
Gallery Wall// Sleep Tight & Never Grow Up Print: Hello Tosha|Panda Print: Edit & Vivo|Weaving: Nanoutiko by Natacha Castonguay|Bunny Wall Mounts: DIY Inspired by Mer Mag www.mermagblog.com|
Cloud and Star hooks DIY by me
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.