Fleur Ward is an interior designer based in London who has designed nine kids’ rooms so far. This one was particulaly special as the client was overwhelmed with happiness when she discovered it. The budget was tight but she still managed to bring in the wow factor! Today she is giving us a peek inside this bold and colourful shared boys’ room with an awesome bunkbed.
She tells us that the client wanted a cool bunk bed as she had seen in one of Fleur’s previous projects, a lego mural, storage for all the toys and a dressing up rack. The biggest challenge in the room, as you can probably guess, was the bunkbed as it had to comply with safety regulations without making it feel like a box.
The room has a crisp and fresh look with the combination of tealblue and strong white in a graphic setting.
The boys can dream everyday where they would like to travel in the world with a huge wallmap from Not on the High Street.
A white brick wallpaper was used for the walls which is limited by mouldings painted in the same colour as the cupboards.
Fleur loves designing kids’ rooms because you can have so much fun with them – she avoids using stereotypical colours and tries to bring in some humour and a touch of “cool” each time. She always speaks to the child in question as it makes them feel part of the process and because they can have quite a different brief than their parents have. She also loves to hear their great ideas that are sometimes quite out there but with interpretation can be incorporated somehow so they feel listened to.
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