Since we’re already talking about Zara, let me show you these photos from its Mini line. They’re giving off a great deal of the Scandinavian style vibe – just beautiful!
If there’s one thing that I like about Scandinavian decor in children’s bedrooms, it’s that it allows the room to grow with the child. The Scandinavian style gives the room a playful and fun atmosphere that isn’t limited to a very young age group. You can work around a theme yet it’s easy to add and remove pieces over time because of the bright, neutral template. Princess, nature lover, or traveler? Show your kid’s personality with these designs created by H&M Home Kids. Let the adventure begins!
Last month, I wrote about a tea shop in Brazil that reminds me somewhat of the game peek-a-boo. Here’s another store that caught my attention: The Candy Room in Melbourne, Australia. The owners wanted their shop to be a destination and experience where childhood, fiction, fantasy and sweets are present altogether. With this in mind, the designers then applied playful line artwork on white spaces to create the illusion of a room. The result: Doodle Land meets Candy Heaven. (If this fails to bring the inner child out of you, I don’t know what else will. ) On a side note, I think that this is also a great design idea for a children’s bedroom!