It’s March and spring will soon be with us.
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This year I’ve noticed more and more of my clients are bringing Christmas decor into their children’s bedrooms. It’s a lovely way to add whimsey, adding to the excitement building in December.
More often than not, children’s bedrooms are not the biggest rooms in the house.
You may have come across children’s interior designers whilst searching for ideas for your child’s bedroom make-over. Maybe you’ve considered working with one. So what do children’s interior designers do, and who are the people hiring them?
Quite a few of my clients are parents who are moving house. Their first priority is getting the new children's rooms in order, to help them settle in their new home.
How do you choose colour for kids’ rooms? Do you go for your favourite colour, your child’s favourite colour, a colour you’ve seen in an Instagram room?
The mantra you can never have enough storage in kids' rooms is true in my experience. If clutter is not kept in check, storage will fill up, no matter how much you have of it.
Nordic style is going strong in the world of children's interiors. Characterised by a calm simplicity, this modern style is functional and easy to update, which goes a long way to explain its popularity.
Here in London the occasional ray of sun sparks thoughts of home improvement and decoration. Spring – still a few months away – is the perfect time for a refresh of the kids’ rooms.
The time when children transition from their nursery to a “big kid room” usually falls around the age of 4-5 years, often coinciding with the moment they are about to start school. It’s a milestone which is often celebrated with a room update, to reflect the new phase in their lives.