While browsing the web yesterday my jaw dropped when I saw this kids’ room. I love the muted colours, the vintage kid’s desk and, well, just about everything!
This beautiful attic bedroom is sharing by two little sisters: Zuzia, who is seven, and Tola, who is five years old. They live with their parents and younger sister in Starogard Gdanski (Poland). Their home is creative and fun, with a Scandinavian style with vintage touches, especially in the girls’ room. They love mixing contemporary designs with second market finds and objects made for themselves.
White walls offer a clean backdrop, showcasing furnishings and wall decor beautifully. The colour palette of this shared room is perfect: different shades of blue, blush pink, mustard…and touches of coral, greige and green.
The textiles play a key role: cushions, blankets, garlands, and pom-poms add warmth and charm to the bedroom. Some of them are made by the talented girls’ grandmother (she has an Instagram account where she shows her creations).
A vintage dresser looks good with modern décor accessories from April Eleven and some romantic suitcases (they are perfect for storing little pieces and toys).
It’s all is about the details. You can see banners, old suitcases and baskets under the beds, a little teepee for dolls (yes, it was made it for the grandmum)…
Each child has their own study area. The big sister has an incredibly beautiful vintage desk (it was renovated and repainted in deep blue by her parents) with sweet details like the poster from Haciendo el Indio or the wooden dollhouse-shelf for her figurines. With the comfy mustard chair, this kids workspace can not be more adorable!
For the other hand, Tola has her own workspace, with a homemade desk and metal accessories, like an old magazine rack or a shelf. Have you seen the giraffe wall vinyl on the door? So much fun!
You can find more creative details around the house. The swing in the living room is one of my favourites (and a dream for lots of kids, right?).
Definitely, a beautiful family house with lots of ideas that could inspire us. If you want to make the full house tour, visit ladnebebe and enjoy!
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