Having a theme is a great idea when choosing the style of a kids room. You could generalise, for example use a coastal theme or focus solely on a specific hobby, TV character etc. Throughout this mini-series we’ve focused on attic rooms which have skylight windows, however, not all attic rooms require these, many, especially [...]
Ideal for playrooms and chill-out zones if you have an attic it’s a wise choice to maximise it’s potential. All kid’s love their own space and even if you prefer not let your child always sleep in an attic conversion it’s still a great place for the occasional sleep overs and pillow parties.
As we’ve already [...]
Trying to think up fun, yet practical ways to decorate kid’s rooms can be problematic, however, if you have a large attic space you can let your interior design imagination run wild and think up some really stunning ideas which incorporate play rooms with bed rooms.
Children love lots of space to play, and if they’re [...]
Having your loft converted can turn out to be quite costly, however if you adopt a stylishly simple decorating theme you can potentially make considerable savings. You don’t have to go overboard to furniture and soft furnishings as long as you stick to the principles of quality over quantity.
White paint is the least expensive [...]
Having the attic as a kid’s room is a great way to give them their own space which can be decorated to suit their personal style. In today’s post we’re going to take a look a folksy charm as not all kids want a theme or a stereotypical style.
Folksy charm does lean in favour of [...]
As we’ve seen throughout this mini-series Shabby Chic doesn’t mean clutter or shabby cheap – you have to know when to draw the line between which furniture and furnishing are acceptable and which are not. We’ve also seen that within the interior design tag of Shabby Chic there are also different approaches to how to [...]
Quaint with a touch of whimsical, Shabby chic kitchens are ideal for those who love their kitchen to be a little old-fashioned and reminiscent of the past. This doesn’t mean that you can’t include mod-cons and have to return to wood burning stoves, (although these would be very welcome in this style of kitchen) [...]
It has to be said that in order to create a Shabby Chic bathroom you really should have a free standing roll-top preferably with claw feet, along with a free standing hand basin and old fashioned toilet cistern mounted high above the loo! However, you can adapt your bathroom into shabby chic with just [...]
Shabby Chic bedrooms are becoming increasingly popular as they are a great way of getting an on-trend interior design style and up-cycling at the same time. However, this style doesn’t give you carte blanche to simply throw things into a room and hope to achieve the style! Cosy and relaxing, with a touch of femininity [...]
Shabby Chic interiors are a great way to add a new look to your home without having to spend a fortune of furniture and soft furnishings. Typically Shabby Chic conjures up twee interiors, usually in white, which are filled to the brim with an eclectic mix of furnishings and paint scuffed furniture. However, to get [...]