I never write about kids design because I don’t have kids, but sometimes it happens to me to do some small interior design proposals for kids rooms. And I admit, it is so fun ^_^
Recently I completed an online consultation for a girlish bedroom for a ten-and-something, living in Florida, US, called Jodi.
My idea was to create a girly and colourful space, but at the same time I did not want it to be too childish. So I started from a palette which matches some pastels (yellow, pink, turquoise) with a bright candy pink (i.e. Millennial Pink).
- Bed | Fantastic Furniture – Rug | Smallable
- Drawer + Wall Lamp | IKEA – Print | Serena & Lily
- Nightstand + Table Lamp | IKEA
- Pegboard | IKEA
- Desk + Chair | IKEA – XO art | PBteen
- Drawer + Mirros | IKEA
- Cabinet | Fantastic Furniture
The room is located in a cute attic of a new house where the family will move soon: this room has a sloped ceiling, wooden flooring and ceiling, a wide window in the middle and a really cozy space.
I thought about designing something that she will love also next years, when becoming a teen, not just now. A color block decor on walls, plus a desk and a bed which she will definetely use next years as well.
As most 10 yr olds do (and also several women, including myself!), Jodi has fun collecting and displaying things, so I then added a pegboard where she can be creative and display whatever she likes near her desk corner.
She already owned some items and wanted to move them in her new bedroom, as for example the beautiful rattan hanging chair and the pink striped pouff. Other furniture and accessories in my moodboard are mainly from IKEA and kids bedroom furniture by Fantastic Furniture. She needed a single bed but I thought it was a nice idea to purchase a combined bed with another lower one, that she can use to host friends.
Enjoy now some more inspiration for a colorful girl bedroom in Millennial Pink and pastels ^_^
Cyrillus via Milk Magazine