After moving & decorating our home I finally have time to blog again….
As promised here the post about the making of Charlotte’s space, that turned into a unique & personalised toddler’s room. I have chosen the Nordic style as it does not require many details and usually is really simple but you need pieces that must be trendy (*). See below the basics we used to design her space beside a toddler bed:
1.) Scandinavian art prints with a very simple design, 2.) Ikea BEKVAM spice racks, 3.) Ikea RAST drawer, 4.) Ikea DUKTIG doll’s bed, 5.) Ikea DUKTIG kitchen, 6.) EAMES kids chair (*), 7.) trendy lamps (*), 8.) word banners in pastel colors, 9.) Ikea MALA Easel
In addition we used a lot of color to personalize the products above, we have chosen a beautiful mix of pink & mint – I love the pastel tones and it is a room for a little girl! For this reason I also added some fantasy touches. The pastel polka dots decals, the ball garland and word banners provide that party and funny touch.
The Ikea BEKVAM spice racks as book shelves:
The Ikea RAST drawer, pear lamp and pear poster:
The Ikea DUKTIG kitchen, ice cream lamp, word banner:
The Ikea MALM easel:
I gathered my ideas on Pinterest and Instagram. On Instagram I found many amazing small business creating magical products like the art prints and lamps that I used. I also picked up some stunning pieces on craft markets in Germany. It was important for me to fill her space with treasures full of meaning.
In addition I would like to encourage our little one to be creative and discover the joy of reading books. Charlotte has plenty of books in three languages, the amount is overwhelming, so I rotate the display of books on a regular basis…….the spice racks that I use as book shelves are just perfect!
Let me know your thoughts or if I can assist you in designing the room of your little one! x