Do you remember this client’s traditional boy’s bedroom with the vintage airplane art? Today I’m excited to share images of his brother’s bedroom. It too is traditional in style and super cute.
The bedding, all from Serena & Lily set the blue, orange and green color palette for the room. Benjamin Moore’s Paradise View was selected for the walls. It’s bright, beachy and energetic.
A trio of cityscape graphics printed on natural wood by Petit Collage were hung above the bed. Skylines of the families’ favorite cities – Paris, New York and San Francisco were selected. I love how the artwork adds a personal touch, while pulling the color scheme together too!
A simple, yet functional book rack was hung beside the bed. A great way to organize books and magazines if you have a tight space like this!
As parents know, toys can take over a child’s bedroom. Here, a shelving unit keeps the toys stored neatly in bins and orange baskets. A large cork board hangs above and is great for displaying kid’s art, awards and party invitations.
A pair of star hook for hats, backpacks and coats flank the toy storage unit. Hooks are a great way to keep these items off the floor!
I hoped you enjoyed this peek into my client’s home! And I also wanted to thank all of you who have been voting for Simplified Bee Blog over at Circle of Moms. You can still vote (again if you wish) for two more days. I really appreciate all your ongoing support!
Have a great day!
*photo credit Plumlily Photography