Lily’s chic and playful bedroom

This is Lily’s bedroom. She’s the daughter of Elodie and Christophe. They are all living in Paris, in a compact two-bedroom flat. There, in the Village des Batignolles they’ve made this apartment their home. It’s a cozy place and Lily has her own room. It’s not just any room.It’s a very chic and cheerful space that her parents arranged just for her.

Lily’s room is a nice mix of old and new. It’s a creative and playful space with lots of color and interesting items. Of course, when designing it, everyone had to participate. Since it was going to be Lily’s room, she had the final say. And the rule was that everyone had to enjoy it, not just Lily. The room was small but the designer that helped with the project managed to give the illusion of a bigger space just by simply painting the wall a light color.

The room is colorful but also relaxing and cozy. It’s also a very organized space, not something very common with children. Kids have lots of toys and small knick knacks so they need lots of storage for those. In this case, the solution was baskets and boxes plus some open storage space. Modular furniture was chosen for the room because it was adaptable and it also provided some more storage in case it’s needed.{found on ikeafamilylive}.



Published by in Interiors, on February 1st, 2012

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