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When I saw some pictures of Julie’s room, I fell in love with it instantly. It’s a really bright attic room with sweet pale colors and a lot of interesting elements. Most of the furniture was bought in second-hand markets and the mixing of different pieces works very well with a white palette, the base of decoration of this bedroom.

Julie’s mother wanted to get just a little rustic and old-fashioned feeling, with much natural materials. You can see plenty of lovely details such as a DiY kitchenette, garlands in soft colours (from Numero 74), old suitcases, tables and old school chairs, antique lamps or adorable vintage prints.

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Juno’s bed, a Danish classics from the 40s and 50s, combines with a painted stool, a chair as a night table and a vintage hat box.

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This low couch is a non-expected furniture in a kids room, but it may be a good idea for a rest.

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This large room is both a space for sleeping and playing. A desk for drawing and doing crafts and a blackboard are perfect for promoting child’s creativity

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This storage corner is composed by a recuperated wardrobe and a clothes rack. The antique mirror, the chair and the vintage print provide a romantic, relaxed and vintage touch.

Julie reaches to everything and all the furniture is child-sized such as the low blackboard, the mirror, the little couch, the clothes rack…So although some elements aren’t typically for children (but looks amazing in this bedroom), it’s a kid size room!

Photo and styling: Lina Roos

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