I’m doing a little happy dance, because I am finally getting round to showing you our new house (I say new… ahem 3 years!) It’s been an absolute rollercoaster, but I’m happy to finally share another bedroom and that is of our eldest daughter, Liv (aka Munch).
Her bedroom was the first to be decorated, but I’ve never fully classed it as ‘finished’ on the account of the decorative bits and pieces. There are so many things I would love to add and well, we haven’t organised the closet either. But I decided not to let that hold me up any longer.
When we moved in, I ear marked this room for her. We only had Liv at that point and I thought it would make the perfect room for a little girl (and now we have 2… whoops!). It has the best view of the whole house and even has a remarkable little entrance gallery, which leads down a few steps into the room itself. It’s very whimsical from that view. It has a built in closet that slopes down with the ceiling and creates quite the little secret hideaway.
It’s a good sized room, but with the sloping ceilings the layout is a bit restricted. Thankfully we don’t have any tall pieces of furniture and we have no need for a separate wardrobe.
My inspiration for this room was to make something girly, but without being over the top girly and I think that’s been achieved. Also, I wanted it to stand the test of time and I really think the Ferm Living Half Moon wallpaper, in Mint, will see her through a few stages.
Her furniture again was chosen for the same reason, by opting for white, I can easily change the duvet covers and even the handles on the drawers to tailor them to another style later on down the line.
Most of the art and decorative bits and pieces were from This Modern Life, which I just adore for the kids rooms. They have such a great selection that is inkeeping with this modern, scandi style kids room vibe.
You can find out how to get the look over on the Bloggers’ Homes feature and also have more of a 360 tour of the room itself, by catching our video tour below.