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10 Scandinavian-inspired rooms for children

If you’re a fan of crisp Scandinavian interiors, here are some ideas for you to blend the kids’ room with the rest of the home. 


1. If you’d like to stick to a monochrome base, introduce different shades of another vibrant colour – such as pink – to add more playfulness into the space.
 

2. Well-illustrated books lend themselves as lively decor for any child’s room.
 

3. Keep the base white and throw in fun elements such as beanbags, buntings, and Scandinavian kids accessories for a fresh and invigorating look.
 

4. Want a room that your child can grow into? We suggest keeping the palette and decor simple, and employ the help of a bold wall mural or decal to add impact.
 

5. Kids rooms are typically a smorgasbord of clashing colours – just mute the tones down a notch to achieve an elegant Nordic feel for the space.



6. If you’ve got a soft spot for the more feminine tones, contrast it with a geometric wallpaper to create a more contemporary look.


7. We love the idea of tying up furniture and wall art together for a simple yet absolutely fun “installation” – I’m sure the kids will love it too.


8. Light brown and grey makes for an elegant and calming palette for a nursery.


9. When it comes to mixing patterns (such as dots and stripes), be mindful to have contrasting proportions – you don’t want two competing elements. Tie them up with a singular colour scheme for a more polished finish.


10. Don’t underestimate the impact a large canvas can bring to a clean, white space. To make it extra special, hand the children a bunch of pastel paints and get them to create their own abstract art for their room. 
 
 
For more renovation and decor ideas, browse through our library of inspiring homes.
 
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