Can you imagine having a house in your kids room? A house where your kid can sleep, dream and play. Imagine more. Maybe a magical children’s room, whimsical but not cutesy, a room to grow and change.

Thanks to ladnebebe I’ve discovered a girl’s room plenty of creativity and joy. It’s the bedroom of Fasinką and her mother Maja Marciniak is  the blogger behind How to catch a star. She’s created a space with lots of fun little touches that the kids will like.

If you want to steal the look, you don’t need too space, but you definitely do need  a good carpenter or designer!


Let’s walk up heavenly blue stairs and visit a bright girl’s room!creative-girls-room2 creative-girls-room creative-girls-room15

A key feature in this room is the custom bunk bed. What a great solution for small spaces! Fasinką sleeps below and has a play area on the top of the house structure.

You can see, among other details, a vibrant wallpaper from Sandberg used as a headboard and some gorgeous macrame details at the hideout-play area.creative-girls-room20

The kid’s study zone is simple and functional. You can recognise the Micke desk from IKEA, the Bunny Lamp by Lapin & Me and the Ferm Living Dorm Shelf with Fasinką’s favourite figurines and little toys.

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This little girl’s bedroom has a cosy nook perfect for resting and reading and a beautiful dollhouse from Miniio with lots of Maileg rabbits and a cute teepee made by Maja. Have you noticed that the Sandberg wallpaper of the dollhouse is the same as the loft bed?


Finally, a simple white wardrobe is adorned with impressive paper flowers created by Maja. Such a creative mum!

P.S. If you’d like some more inspiration, have a look at our Kids Rooms category or our Pinterest boards.