18, Feb 2020 | Interior Design
That pastel colours are a trend, no one has a doubt about it. and it’s relatively easy to put them on a kids bedroom. But have you ever thought about using warm pastels? It adds a certain sense of comfort that other pastel shades won’t while keeping the Scandinavian vibe.
Honey, clay and rose. Plaster pinks to peachy oranges. Skin tones, nudes. Dusty reds and warm ochres. Mellow wood features heavily, as well as other natural textures like rattan, wicker and hemp.
Light walls, warm peachy tones and an oak herringbone floor… love the playroom that Instagrammer Steffi has created for her daughter. Spot another mini-trend in kid’s interiors: oversize floral wall stickers.
A perfect combination of cool and warm tones in this quirky, vintage-inspired – and gender-neutral – children’s room. Loving that rattan doll’s bed and the wall hanging on the left.
Take a look at this cosy girl’s bedroom that Mirjam Hart created for her daughter. Painting a standard white piece of furniture in an outspoken colour is transformational.
Darker rusty pink in an all white girl’s room with more oak herringbone flooring.
Take a look at this incredible lighter nude schemes – this room feels so delightfully bright and soothing.
Ochre and clay against a pale celadon background. Utterly beautiful. Loving the clever storage bed too.
The Cloud Collection is the perfect choice for parents who want a bedroom that grows with their kids. The pastel shades that you can choose from gives you not only a sense of coherence but it also helps you add metallic accents to the decor, enhancing it to its full potential.
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