Idea for a children's room

children's room personalization letter M
My first post after such a long absence simply could not be about anything other than what is happening with me lately. I decided to share with you my way of planning a children's room. And today it will not be about functionality, but about design.

I knew that by entering the stores with children's articles and equipment without a specific concept I would buy a lot of unnecessary and not necessarily matching items ... because it is impossible to base the promotion on a green horn and Kłapouche's tender eyes on purple linen. So I started by preparing a plan.
1. colors
children's room yellow gray

 

I wanted our child's room to match the rest of the house, where three colors dominate: white, gray and black. The color palette for our children's room could not be missing. And as it turns out - very well - children, especially in the first months of their lives, are interested in contrasting combinations. The room, however, is not designed for such a short period of time, and I am gradually introducing colors into our house, so I started looking for the missing, perfect color. Here, of course, the Internet and thousands of various photos turned out to be very helpful. And I decided on ... yellow, sunny, positive color, perfect for both a boy and a girl.

 

2. designs
children's room zigzag chevron gray yellow owls
We already have colors, but the multitude of patterns and shapes can also be quite confusing and instead of calming - irritate. That is why I opted for plain fabrics or with a zigzag pattern. In the room I have also planned pictures, pillows and other decorations, on which, apart from the aforementioned zigzag motif, sometimes the owl motif will appear. Our baby's room could not lack personalization - the initial of the name will be perfect here.
3. "Mood board" or a collage of inspiration
baby room chevron yellow owls cot blanket pillows
Cot - Pinio
Picture shelves - Ikea
Picture frame - Etsy + Ikea
Pillows - Ifffka
Blanket - Poofi
Garland - Etsy
Chest of drawers - Ikea
And finally, I put together all the ideas to make sure that before I start looking for the right products, the planned climate suits us.
Our son's room is almost finished, I still need to sew one curtain, finish painting the wooden letter M and shorten the curtains. I can't wait to show you what effect we have achieved.
And how did you like our plan?

See our other posts on how to decorate a children's room:

1. An idea for a children's room design, or how and where to start> click
2. Zigzag, asterisk and an owl - yellow and gray room for a child> click
3. Yellow-gray room for the child step by step, i.e.
list of all products with links to DIY stores and projects> click
4. How to sew curtains? DIY or do it yourself> click
5. Garland with stars for a child's room - DIY> click
6. How to organize the first sleeping place for a child? > click
7. How to organize a breastfeeding corner? > click
8. How to organize a changing corner? > click
9. Swaddle blanket, sleeping bag, swaddle blanket, or maybe a duvet and pillow? > click
10. How to choose a feeding chair? > click
11. Bin for used nappies - test and review> click
12. What is worth having in the room of a one-year-old baby? Changes are coming! > click

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