Mixing up styles， textures and colours for an eclectic， unisex scheme is a great way to style a kids’； bedroom in the long run
With so many interior trends and styles to consider， it’s sometimes hard to decide which to choose when designing a kids’ room. Many like to follow the interior style featured throughout the rest of the house， while others prefer to mix things up. An eclectic space is a mix of styles， textures， colours and prints， so if you’re not a fan of matchy-matchy spaces then this style could be the way to go.personalized gifts for her
The modern eclectic unisex scheme showcased here features a felt bedhead and toy basket， wooden stool， denim fabric on the chair and pillowfunny pillow cases， and a mix of patterns including a striped throw， check pillowcase and graphic cushion. With no real dominant colour at play， this scheme can easily be adapted to suit your child’；s personality.
If your child’s？room？is large enough， consider the addition of a comfortable chair for them to relax， read？a book or simply put their shoes on.
Grey marle chubby felt house bedhead， AUD$305， from Alandem.com.au； denim Euro pillowcase， $50， coast stripe mustard throw， $149， and stack wooden stool， $595， all from Thread Design； succulent garden ball， $29， from Freedom Furniture； grey marle Manhattan single bed pack， $159.99， from Ezibuy； orange grid pillowcase， $16.95， from Cotton On Kids； Arro Home double hand mustard cushion， $65， from Shut the Front Door； white knot cushion， AUD$65， from mylittleecho.bigcartel.com； felt boats (sold as a set of 5)， $50， from Good as Gold； Muuto studio pendant lamp in orange， $895， from Bauhaus； denim chair， $199， from Mocka； Muskhane felt round cushion (on chair)， $130， from Tea Pea； animal greeting cards (on wall)， $5.99， from Allium Interiors； grey felt basket， $89.90， from Country Road； Aardbark the Aardvark toy (in basket)， $39.90， from Citta Design； walls painted in Resene ‘Black White’； floors painted in Resene ‘Half Tuna’. Books and plastic animals on floor， stylist’s own.
Styling by： Vanessa Nouwens. Photography by： Melanie Jenkins.
Sometimes I get in one of those crafty moods where I want to experiment and get a little messy. During one of these caffeinated sessions- I pulled one of my empty aluminum cans from the trash can, and thought “I wonder if this can be embossed?” Well, It can! It did! I am excited to show you how these butterfly DIY embellishments turned out!