We have worked with Angie and Ryan one room at a time and they have now nearly finished the whole house. With three beautiful children, the kids' rooms were really fun to work on. The brief for their little boy's room was to make it cool and eclectic, nothing too matchy-matchy (that is an official interior design term you know!). It also needed to be a room that would grow with him - he was 4 years old when we designed the room, but Angie didn't want to have to re-do everything in a couple of years.
Keeping that in mind we used a cool, rustic wood wallpaper that we knew Angie loved. This will still look great when he's a teenager. We painted the outside of the kids' doors in a glossy colour. The hallway is clean and simple with white walls and black and white family photos, so the colour coded doors make a great impact - soft teal and watermelon pink.
|wallpaper up, light in, door painted (carpet yet to be replaced at this point)|
Lots of graphic accessories help to bring fun and life to the room. We suggested customising a set of Ikea drawers by painting two of the drawers dark blue, linking to the striped duvet. A 'Dukes of Hazard' print on the wall was our starting point, as it's very similar to the little boy's favourite toy car.
|apologies for slightly dodgy photos snapped on my iPhone|
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