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If you think that decorating a room for a single kid is complicated, imagine doing it for two children who are sharing their room! In this case, we have a toddler and a baby, so it’s even more complicated as they have different needs. However, this room, created by Steph from Chalk kids, shows how to combine it perfectly, including simple yet stunning products from her favourite Scandi brands.

Kids Textiles Inspired by The Mountain

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Black and white textiles are a must in a Scandinavian kids’ room. This, specifically, is inspired by mountains, so it makes us fall in love with black sapins on a white background. This is the perfect textile for that room where it’s combined with other colourful details, like the blue rug, the pouf, the garland or the wooden balls with tassels, a very trendy accessory.

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Little Details for a Shared Kids’ Room

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We can’t stop paying attention to those little decorative details in the room, as they talk about parents and kids’ needs and tastes. Some house-shaped shelves (typical from Scandinavian style) keep little wooden toys above the crib.

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Fun is also present in this room.  There are some shelves above the changing table to keep some kids’ books. We can also find one of those great wooden toy kitchens that will be a wonderful element to decorate once they don’t use it anymore.

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