Parents' creativity doesn’t have an end! It is great to discover so many individual projects created for children's rooms by them. It can be an architect in me who always gets exited to see something unique. Today I would like to show you few inspiring project.
As you can see most of the furniture is made from wood or plywood which is great and easy material to work with. The first room was created by Tinta Luhraman. You can find her charming Instagram account here. Beautiful example that child's room can be made only with natural materials and colours. As Tinta explains it, is all conscious decision - no plastic toys, but only the one which last for a long time and are made from natural materials. Her daughter loves to play with ‘toys’ found in the forest, what is easy to notice looking at her room. The bed was made by her father.
The nursery room I’m showing you is created by another creative parents , please have a look at their website : Huisengrietje. Not only the bed is made by them but all the little natural accessories too. What do you think about this absolutely cute clouds hanger made from tree branches ?
And then big projects - bunk beds! The first project is created by Danish mom Pernille Hornung Bahn for her siblings Vitus and Cornelia. A wide wall with built-in sliding door, storage and sitting area is dividing the room in two. Cornelia has cabinets and shelves to the right of the wall. In the second part of the room is Vitus on the way down from his bed. Cornelia loves her new 'room' with high bed and plenty of floor space for play. The new wall has a built-in bench for Cornelia. A carpenter built an old barn window into the wall, so that she can look into the space of her big brother. The window also lets natural light from other part of the room. Great isn’t it? The two other projects are from here and here.
Have a wonderful new week ahead!