Kids’ rooms with wood as a focus of attention make us fall in love with them because they are authentic, warm and, of course, cool spaces. Who said that wood is only for rustic atmospheres? This is the kids room design created by Aurore Sfez for the French magazine Doolittle, it’s a clear example of the wonderful and trendy things you can do with wood.


She has created different spaces for the Doolittle magazine but all of them show the same tones so there is a great harmony among the pictures. Wood is the main element and it’s mixed with white, grey and especially dark blue together with matte black. The result is simply amazing.

Furthermore, the stylist has chosen perfect details to recreate Scandinavian style in the children’s room but avoiding the traditional combination of black and white. This space is warmer and has lots of personality so is a cool inspiration for our senses.


This space is a cute nursery which shows those antique wicker cribs, a great idea to provide a vintage touch. As you can see, there are just a few details carefully selected as the blue rug or the wooden toy matching the rest of the room.


As usually, we must think about the functionality of spaces, this stylist has brought out her creativity to create a play space and a study zone perfectly combined. Natural fabrics to be combined with wood, furniture with simple lines and some funny detail like the rabbit-shaped mirror.

Finally, we want to show you this funny shared kids room which shows opposites perfectly combined with each other with lots of contrasts in the tones. An original idea to surprise you and to create the design of a shared kids’ room.

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