Author: Nomita Vaish-Taylor

Bright, White and Minimal Kids Rooms

There is something so calming and beautiful about a minimal, bright, white, clutter free kids room. Much like our adult bedrooms can be a place to escape to, away from the mess and chaos of everyday life, so too, a kids bedroom can be a place of calm and escape. Minimal doesn’t mean boring or cold. As you’ll see from the rooms below, they’re all charming, warm and anything but boring. Minimal simply means not filling every bit of space you have, keeping the colours in similar tones and mostly having closed storage. If you are already a fan...

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6 Fabulous Rugs for a Kids Room

  When the cooler seasons start creeping up on us, it’s time to add some cozy and warm touches to your home. Think throws, blankets, rugs and furry cushions. One of my absolute must haves for all my bedrooms is a rug or two. No home is complete without them especially if you have wooden floors. And there’s no better place to start than a kids room because kids love playing on the floor. I like to think of rugs as art for the floor.They add personality to a room just like art but also, in those freezing months,...

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Creative Craft Storage Ideas for Small Spaces

Which kid doesn’t have a ton of art and craft supplies? Our home is over-flowing with paints, coloured card, felt pens, stickers and so many more craft materials.  I love that my child loves to create but I don’t love the mess that the supplies create. Recently I’ve been thinking about ways to organise all these art and craft supplies in one place so that they are always easy to find and have a home to go back to when they’re done with. In an ideal world it would be great to have a dedicated art and craft room...

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Add a Pop of Sunny Yellow to Your Kids Room Today

Yellow is such a happy colour. Seeing a pop of yellow can instantly brighten your mood.  This isn’t surprising as the colour yellow stands for happiness, optimism, confidence and is uplifting too. As yellow is the happiest colour of all, I think it’s a great choice for a kids room. But as it’s such a bright colour, a little goes a long way. I love yellow as it works so well for boy or girl and even a unisex shared room. I went looking for some kids rooms that have just the right amount of yellow to add a...

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Moodboard: Monochrome with a splash of soft blue

One of my favourite colour schemes for a kids room is black and white. Black and white never goes out of fashion, it grows with your kids and of course it looks very cool. I like to use monochromes as the base colour palette and then layer on a pop of colour with decorations. This not only helps to soften the look but if you ever tire of your accent colour, you can easily replace the decorations and change the accent colour. I’ve put together a moodboard to inspire you. In this moodboard, I’ve added a splash of soft...

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Cosy and Imaginative Reading Corners to Inspire You

How do you encourage your kids to read? I tend to buy lots of books and I’ve set up a wish list on amazon where I encourage my daughter to choose books herself. At home, I have learned that placing books where kids can easily reach the books by themselves, makes them much more likely to read them. Think low shelves or even books lined up on the floor rather than high up or hidden away in closed cabinets.  And lastly, having a cosy reading corner next to the books is a great idea. Creating an inviting book corner...

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Throw an Ice-cream Themed Party this Weekend

If you’ve ever wanted to throw an ice-cream themed party, we’ve got everything you need. Lets face it – which kid wouldn’t be absolutely delighted with an ice-cream party? I think most adults would love one too. We’ve still got a bit of summer left, so why not make the most of it and try some of these ideas for your very own ice-cream themed party?  How fun will that be? Start off with these colourful ice-cream popsicle invites made out of paint cards. They’re easy to make and will set the tone for your ice-cream themed party. Decorations...

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5 of the Best Ikea Chest of Drawer Hacks

Who doesn’t love a good Ikea hack?  With Ikea furniture, the possibilities for creating a bespoke piece are endless and the best part is, it can all be done on a budget.  The only limit is your imagination. Chest of drawers are really handy in a kids room – they’re an easy way to hide a lot of things away.  But most chest of drawers are bland and functional.  That is, unless you get a basic one from Ikea and then put your own creative touch on it.  If you’re looking for ideas, I have found 5 fabulous Ikea...

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A Touch of Gold for a Kids Room

Gold is such a glitzy and glamorous colour. A little touch of gold goes a long way and can add bags of style to a room. But gold isn’t only for grown-ups.  It works so well in a kids space too, so I often wonder why it’s so under used in kids rooms. The best part about gold is that it goes with any colour and any style of decor.  Mix it with similar non-metallic shades like mustard and yellow for an almost majestic vibe like in the room above.  Or for a more minimal look, try mixing it...

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Refresh your Walls with just a Pot of Paint

I’m loving this paint trend where half a wall or a part of a wall is painted in a colour and the rest is left white. If like me, you love your white walls but still want to introduce a splash of colour and a little drama in your kid’s rooms, this is the answer.  It’s really easy to do and you can transform a room in a couple of hours simply with a pot of paint and a paint brush.  And it’s a great way to add a fresh look for summer. There are a few different ways...

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