Trying to find the balance in function and aesthetic is a constant struggle for me. Add kids and their “stuff” into that and it feels like a loosing battle. I try to encourage my kids creativity, allowing an art table to be there for them when inspiration strikes. But, the clutter and mess that is their crayons and other art supply needs is overwhelming. I decided to create a pencil holder that would allow function, organization, and visual appeal.
It’s a day of inspiration here at Homedit and we’re focusing on the little ones today. Instead of creating a room for your son or daughter with kitschy themes or kiddish decor in mind, why not give them something that’s not only appropriate but stylish and fashion-forward too? We’ve rounded up a selection of bedrooms full of beauty and eclecticism to inspire you and give you some outside-the-box ideas when it comes to transforming a space for your kiddo. Now let’s take a look at some little boys and girls bedrooms!
1. Little Big Boy.
Deciding to build on a plot with a difficult geometry, such as one with a steep slope means being prepared to face any type of challenge. In the case of the GG House which is located in Krakow, Poland, the main challenge was bringing natural light in.
You may have a piece of furniture that you love that has vinyl upholstery that you don’t. Reupholstering pieces can be a lot of work. Good news: You can get a new, fresh look on your vinyl furniture simply by painting the vinyl! I have had a pair of black vinyl barstools for years and, while they weren’t terrible, they were simply too dark for my basement kitchenette. I wanted them lightened and brightened.
The reception desk is the first thing visitors get to see when entering a hotel, office, salon, etc. It’s where guests are greeted and it says a lot about the whole establishment in general. It has to look friendly and interesting and modern reception desks usually have these things covered. They come in all sorts of unusual shapes and with unique designs specifically adapted to make guests feel welcomed.
Reception desks made of wood.
Wouldn’t you say it’s cozier and more comfortable sometimes to sit on the floor than in a chair? I actually enjoy using the floor when watching a movie for example. But do you what’s even better? Sitting on a comfy cushion or pillow. Explore your options and find out more about how comfort increases when you take it down a notch, literary.