We call it a cubby in Australia. A children’s playhouse usually knocked together by your dad in the backyard, cobbled together with whatever is to hand or, if your lucky in kit form from a hardware store. But my cubbies were never as much fun as these beauties from Melbourne- based Castle and Cubby. How cute! A farmer’s market stall or a beach hut. Made from recycled materials no two are ever the same. For sale in all sorts of configurations or you can rent them for a party. OK , OK I promise I’ll go back to grown-up spaces in my next post. I just couldn’t resist all the cuteness.
Love, love, love this boy’s bedroom by San Francisco-based Regan Baker Design. Which is strange because Kim and I do not have any children and kid’s rooms never seem to float our boat. Maybe it’s the vintage wallpaper by Diego Giacometti for Clarence House or the cuter than cute pillows and stuffed animals from Coral & Tusk. All I know is that’s packed full of fun and style.
Or should I say details for the little ones. A reading nook hideaway, a door within a door and a jigsaw puzzle cupboard with a special lockable drawer. Keep out! Special touches for special people. By Berlin based Karhard Architektur.
Dark and moody. The room, not the teenage boy I can see dumping piles of clothes in the corner and stayying up late into the night by the glow of a computer screen. By Sydney based Designers In The City.
Cute, retro, eclectic and palest purple. Wish I was a little girl again. Sweet dreams captured by photographer Petra Bindel. Fabulous like fairy floss!