Some time ago, I discovered Bonnesoeurs through Pinterest. They have great boards and stands out for a pretty children’s room with a handmade house-shaped bed. Their project has grown over the course of the years, with décor proposals that are both stylish and very personal. Bonnesoeurs is a French agency for decoration, design and photography founded 2009 by the two sisters Lélia and Thélissa, graduated from the Institut Supérieur des Arts Appliqués.
Most of you know the dream “Lit Maison” (House Bed): a poetical, airy and functional bed for children designed by Thélissa. She created it for her eldest son in 2012 because she didn’t find a bed that suits them (don’t miss his bedroom). 100% secure, with high-quality materials and a clean design, it becomes an island of well-being.
This house-shaped bed is made out of solid beech from eco-managed French forests. Low to the ground to prevent falling, large enough to host the bedtime story, and pure enough to give free rein to various interpretations. It’s easy to imagine it in a minimalistic bedroom but also in a Scandinavian or eclectic kid’s room. This furniture piece looks great in any interior style.
Today we show you two original atmospheres created with the House Bed. They invited some brands and designers that they love and imagined two really dreamy kid’s rooms.
This first room stands out for its artistic and colourful flair. We can see really beautiful pieces, such as the custom-made canopy created by Julie Eye See or the great Sputnik lamp by Julie Lansom (it comes in a variety of forms and the colours combinations are endless). Gorgeous art prints and handmade objects make this styling unique.
Textiles (that wool carpet!) and ceramics add warmth, colour and a touch of humour to the decoration. Definitly this is a room full of objects with soul, with a story behind them.
This kid’s room is full of little treasures to discover. Here are some references: 1/ “Paper Landscape” Poster (on the top): Kate Pugsley 2/ “La Cabane” Poster (on the left): Noémie Cedille 3/ Little vases: Dodo Toucan 4/ “Sputnik” Lamp: Julie Lansom 5/ “Kyoto” Sideboard: Colonel 6/ “Lumbini” Rug: Muskhane 7/ Macramé: Julie Eye See (unique piece for sale) 8/ “Xanadu” Poster (behind the bed): Karin Haas 9/ “Spotted” Cushion: Ferm Living 10/ “Schemer” Cushion: Tas-ka 11/ Plaid: Adeline Affre 12/ Monkeys: Laura Kientzler 13/ “Dahlia Basket”: The Blue School 14/ Colored stools: “Rouge Horizon” 15/ “House Bed”: Bonnesoeurs
This styling shows the “House Bed” with Lab bed linen. This brand highlights for its soft bed linen in beautiful tones and subtle prints. Its products are made of 100% cotton or washed linen. Many times it’s difficult to find bedding for toddler beds, but Lab offers a broader range of sizes.
Tell me, how you decorate the “House Bed”? Which accessories would you add to your kid’s room?