Wednesday, 6 December 2017

Room for siblings with F&A bed set

Rafa-kids F&A bed set

Did you like our Autumn session with Rafa-kids A teen bed? We are coming back to you with even more inspiration in a similar atmosphere. For the first time, we've set our Rafa-kids F&A bed set in two different wood fishes. I think they look stunning and even more playful than the beds in the same tone. This way you can create a separate atmosphere on the upper and lower bed. 

If one child has the F&A bed set, the lower A teen bed can be used for lying, sitting or chilling out during the day and the upper part is only for sleeping, ( you don’t need to make the bed each day then!) and of course, it can be used for sleepovers. Many of our customers ask what is the difference between the whitewash and natural wood finish. I hope you can see on the pictures, that the whitewash has a warm tone but the wooden structure is hardly visible, and the wood fish has a structure of wood more present. You can see it so well on the last picture with Rafa-kids BB bench 120cm

Rafa-kids F&A bed set
LuckyBoySunday at Rafa-kids

Rafa-kids also collected plenty of beautiful new accessories. Please welcome the cutest ever Mini Birdie from LuckyBoySunday, playful Felt Balls, and new Nomad Cushions. I also found this lovely Corona wool blanket which is so light and warm at the same time.  We are also a bit obsessed at Rafa-kids with the mustard color at the moment, and that’s why we have now in our collection this beautiful Mustard Bedding set. Last but not least, our storage is filled with plenty of new felt baskets….in White, Soft Pink and Yellow!  We like winter season with a bit of bright and colorful touch. 

Rafa-kids BB bench 120cm in kids room
Rafa-kids colelction
BB bench Rafa-kids

Sunday, 3 December 2017

Custom designed kid’s room in Australia


Custom designed kid’s room in Australia
Custom designed kid’s room in Australia
Custom designed kid’s room in Australia
Some time ago I showed you this very nice: Custom designed room, and it’s looking like you've liked it!  Today I have another great example how to create modern kid's room. When Angelika and Andreas Zenkl moved to Sydney’s Paddington they asked a designer, Angy Ertel of Ertel Design to create a playful and functional space for their daughters, Aimee and Camille.  

It was tricky to fit in a bunk bed, desk and lots storage but still leave space for play”.  Aimee and Camille’s room was designed with storage in mind, with its mix of open and closed shelving. Large toy drawers under the shelving units and bench seat…  “Since it’s a quite a small space, I wanted everything to connect” says Any. Books and toys are displayed on open shelving, with a gap below and section to allow it to be used as an extra desk. Angy about the design of the bunk bed:  “ I designed it with flexibility in mind so that if the girls don’t want to share further down the track, the top bunk can be removed and the room will still look great. A drawer under the bed holds a mattress for sleepovers.“   
Do you like this compact and elegant space? 
It’s a great example that even when we don’t have plenty of space, with good ideas we can create a unique room for our kids. Well done! 

Custom designed kid’s room in Australia
Custom designed kid’s room in Australia
Custom designed kid’s room in Australia
Custom designed kid’s room in Australia

pictures via : Insideout - Australia