Entries in children's rooms (25)
Trevor honey, I'm not done with you yet. After we make some little photographer/designer genius babies, we must dissect some of your photos. These spaces get me all hot and bothered (or simply intrigued) for several reasons.....
What a HOT bedroom! Love the wallpaper/graffiti walls with that super sexy photo over the bed.
I'd do laundry in here every freaking day!
I'm not sure what the purpose of this room is, but it looks like the set on a stage at a strip club. I like it. ;)
Three interiors from Honolulu/San Francisco based interior design firm Philpotts. The first, a loft in SF with a distinct industrial vibe, dare one say, perhaps leaning a little towards steampunk. The second is a teenager's room where every inch of the small space has been considered and put to use. Love the clever bed nook. Change the colours and accessories to suit your style because this design is a winner or should that be a pinner? Finally an Asian inspired show house room where the firm's Hawaiian roots are subtly present.
This is the first of 2 posts I have for you today that take you into the homes of a couple of our readers. Nelly (a stylist whose work I have featured here, here and here) sent in photos of her daughter's adorable nursery.
I was blessed with a massive room with beautiful floorboards and a decorative fireplace, but I had a very tiny budget. As a result, all furniture are second-hand (including the much-loved rocker) and most decorative items were handmade by family and friends or sourced on Etsy and/or overseas. I'd put a maximal limit of $100 for each piece of furniture and $30 for any decorative items. I only "splurged" on the cocktaoo ceramic lamp ($75) as I had eyed it with envy for a few years... You might notice that I have again used a cow hide. Well, it just happens to be the same that was featured in other of my rooms/shots. It no longer fits into my "new" home (not that new; it's an old cottage in a heritage listed suburb of Perth), except in my daughter's. And as I don't really have the financial resources to invest in another rug at the moment, well, I've used it!
Clean, contemporary lines with a base of neutrals strengthened with sophisticated colour choices. A simple, modern nursery layered with texture and pattern with surprising but not overpowering orange and pink colour accents. A room that is functional and stylish. Not at all twee. An apartment which plays with scale and texture softly embellished with pastel blues. Beautiful interiors by Chantal Spanicciati of Meta Interiors.