Archive for March, 2015
(image: room to bloom)
Phoebe’s nursery features as a case study in this month’s KBB magazine as part of Ellie Tenant’s lovely article on nursery and kid’s room decoration. The April issue is out now, so do get a copy if you are looking for inspiration!
(image: KBB & room to bloom)
For kids’ rooms Odyvet prefers a white background to keep things looking fresh and breezy and make colours and accessories “pop”. Good looking toy baskets keep the room organised and tidy. An extra large wardrobe can be used for both clothes and general storage. This way you don’t need any other storage furniture, which keeps the room feeling spacious.
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Time to get to know Suze a bit better now! Tell us Suze,
♥ What is your favourite food? I love small bites like olives, bruschetta, pasta, chicken skewers. And mum’s high teas are the best!
♥ What are you into right now? Dressing up, drawing and crafting.
♥ What is your favourite colour? Gold and pink.
♥ Your favourite animal? A cat.
♥ And your favourite book? The Princes Lillifee books and The Adventures of Pim & Pom.
♥ Skirts or trousers? Skirts and dresses – I love wearing dresses with bare legs in summer.
♥ What do you want to be when you grow up? I want to teach drawing and look after cats.
♥ What is your favourite thing in your room? The super soft rug next to my bed and my trapeze.
♥ Which is your favourite duvet cover? I have two: one with a princess dress and one with cats.
♥ Your favourite pyjamas? The one with the cats.
Thank you Suze, it was great to meet you!
(photography: henny van belkom)
Whether it’s because you don’t want to know your baby’s sex until birth, have a girl and a boy sharing and want to keep the peace, or because you want to avoid gender stereotyping on more philosophical grounds: there are plenty of good reasons to go for a room that works for either sex. Find out how to decorate a gender neutral nursery with my 8 decorating tips over on My Baba.