His nursery was bright and cheerful anchored by a wonderful tree mural by his crib.
For his big boy room Emma went with a nautical theme but in a very subtle, understated way. She used a dark navy on the walls and curated vintage elements such as his bed, a Union Jack flag and a collection of old cork buoys. She created toy and book storage by joining old crates together and attaching them to the wall. I love the mix of items and textures and his room feels so cosy. Definitely a space he will grow into.
Such a great space for a little boy.
What do you think?
All images via The Marion House Book
I’ve got two very different living rooms for you this morning …
This Kirsten Kelli living room uses a fabulous mix of bold patterns to pull the space together. The space is lively, yet comfortable. I am also loving the windows and ceiling detail in this space.
Or, this Tobi Fairley designed space – calm, serene, clean lines. Very quiet on the eye.
I love both spaces but love the use of pattern in the first one.
Which would you choose?
I actually don’t have the blues but have been under the weather all week with a stupid chest infection … thank you lungs!
So I thought I’d share a few images with you of spaces that are wrapped in a soft blue palette. They evoke a sense of comfort and relaxation, an air of informality and casual living.
And finally, I am hoping to see some of this kinda of blue sky this weekend …
images via here