Another room for a brother and sister -- I can't help it!
This stylish shared space for Danish siblings Rafaella and Balthasar is filled with neutral tones and so many fun personal touches. There are lots of white walls and simple furnishings with pops of color and pattern throughout.
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Here's a cute little creative spot, ready for some imaginative play. Can I just say that the gun decal caught me off-guard, though -- guns are perceived so differently from one country to another. But I especially love how the light fixture is draped.
The beds are dotted with fun pillows in a variety of patterns and designs -- perfect for curling up with a good book!
Speaking of books, these shallow shelves are such a great way to display and organize what you've got.
Here's a good shot of the diamond patterned accent wall and painted floor. The various shades of gray feel calm and soothing.
I'm enjoying the colorful accents found throughout the room. That stuffed snake is just about the cutest thing ever.
Scandinavian style may or may not be your thing, but either way, there are a lot of great design inspirations you can get from this room. Any set of siblings would be so lucky to share this space! I particularly like how so much of the furniture and accents came from IKEA and were dressed up a bit to give the room a truly special touch -- proof that good style doesn't necessarily involve a hefty budget!
See a detailed post about this room from Favourite Things by Ferm Living
So what do you think? Is this room too neutral for you, or perfect for a toddler- and preschool-aged brother and sister?
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