Delightful Kids Room Ideas

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OK, So we have bought a house and I am so excited to put my ideas into action!

Thanks to The Design Files; of which I take most of my inspiration from; I have found these delightful kids room ideas.

OOH my this is very exciting!♥

girls room

 

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Funky Baba

Australia has so many create people and a lot of fabulous-ness I want to go and live there.

Zanui is a great on-line haven of yummy, funky and super cool items for baby or kids.

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100% cotton muslin wrap

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Cooper Butterflies Print Canvas

Storage Tub

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Awesome Owl Family mobiles

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Replica Kids Harry Bertoia Side Chairs

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My World Jumbo Wood Panel

 

These are to name just a few!!! Go and check it out guys.

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Shared room inspiration

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Happy Monday all. Time goes so quickly, I actually can’t keep up. I thought today I would post on shared room ideas. It is an interest for me because guess what? We are expecting our 2nd child in December! Yes I know, we don’t really mess around do we haha. To be honest we are so blown away by the blessing of having another child, it still seems unreal.

We have found out that it’s a boy! So Hannah will be sharing a room with her brother. That got me thinking of how I can combine their spaces in a really cool and practical way. So enjoy the good finds and I’m sure I’ll be sharing some more inspiration along the way. lilsugarcom lynnspincom

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Photos from: Hand Made Charlotte, Apartment Therapy, lilSugarLynn Spin, Rosie Posie,   Tip Junkie

BEING CREATIVE WITH BLACK BOARD PAINT

I have always loved black board paint in a home. The idea has been around for many years now and never seems to put me off. One thing I will notice is that painted in the wrong place makes the reason for having it seem less weighty and a waste of time. If you know what I mean?  I have found some really great examples of using your black board paint in lovely spaces that compliment the home/room instead of making it a black space.

I am seriously thinking of  painting a section of my baby’s bedroom wall in black board paint. I am pretty caught up with the idea of it’s too much for a baby’s room and then realise she will grow quite quickly and it would be of benefit to her later. Instead of hauling out the furniture and painting it at a later stage…I wonder what your thoughts are on that?

For now, here is some great inspiring photos of using black board paint.

Photos are from Zoe and Andrew, Vosgesparis, HouzzBellyItch, Belle Viver and Blogs babble.

CHARACTER

Hello all. I’m all for un unique and different items in your home. They don’t have to be stylish or bought from a designer store. They just need to be YOU. And for a child’s room I feel the same. Lets face it, your baby wont be seeing the pretty things for a while but you will, so put whatever you feel is refreshing and exhilarating because its you that will be  having to stare at it!

I found some awesome examples of lovely and un-decorated stuff that put together look stunning and no too overstated. I’m really choosing the de-cluttered, simple way of living these days (and yes, we are to remove many more things from our home in the next few weeks) But its the personal touch that makes me smile in any room or space. Go with your own love of things, because then you have peace about spending on it and using it.

I love these animal prints. Soft in colour and lovely for any kids room.

Of course an Eames rocker is always a winner and looks good with any cushion or decor. Ray and Charled Eames have some stunning products you can check out here.

Photo source: The Modern Baby,CoochicoosThe shopping Mama and Buy Modern baby