When Norwegian mama Line was expecting her second child, a lovely little boy, she decided that she would make his nursery really special. Her love for kids interiors had already started when she decorated the room of her first child, Linnea, a seven year old girl, but at the time it wasn’t such a big thing as it has become today. But then came Instagram! And you all know how easy it is to get inspired now with a tap of a finger while you are sitting waiting for the bus or in a park or even queuing in in a line..However, even though Line scrolled through lots of ideas, she didn’t find exactly was she was looking for so turned to Google and Pinterest where she found the paintcharts and went for a nightsky and industrial palette. Then she experimented by placing the masking tape in shape of mountains and had no idea what it would look like when she removed the tape, but it turned out nicely, so she continued with the house on a whim! The nursery then came together bit by bit and is still evolving today as Lukas is growing up with the room.
We love how Line managed to limit the colour palette but still make such an original space full of impact. Keep scrolling and enjoy!
LUKAS’ ROOM ALSO HAS A NORWEGIAN FEEL TO IT, ESPECIALLY WITH THE HOUSE YOU MADE ON THE GREY WOOD PANELLING..CAN YOU TELL US HOW THE REST OF THE HOUSE IS DECORATED?
The house we live in is my husbands childhood home, so it’s originally an old house. We’ve fully restored it and decorated it in light colours and woodenfloors. We’ve kept the “old” spirit of the house, but the interior is more modern and influenced by scandinavian design. It’s important for me that it’s a house where the kids can play and make memories in, so it’s a familyfriendly and functional home. Doing the kids’ rooms has been so much fun so I’m planning on redecorating the livingrooms this winter..
WHICH ARE YOUR TOP KIDS INTERIOR PRODUCTS RIGHT NOW?
woodentoys from Ella and Frederik and Goki
wooden furniture from Nofred
ballpit from Misioo handmade
the wallstickers from Stickstay
Joseph the bunnylamp from Rose in April
the prints from Linn Wold and By Christine Hoel
“High on my wishlist are the products from Jupiduu, especially the slide and rockinghorse” Line also adds.
WHAT IS YOURS AND LUKAS’ FAVOURITE ELEMENT IN THE ROOM?
My favourite element in the room is the mountain wall with the airplaneshelf from Upwarsaw. It adds something extra to the room, and I hope it will spark both imagination and adventure in Lukas.
Lukas’ favourite element right now are the wooden toys, the ballpit and the policecar from Minispeeders.
WHICH ELEMENT(S) DO YOU THINK YOU WILL KEEP FOR YEARS TO COME?
The airplaneshelf, the furniture from Nofred and and the ballpit!
Shelf and lamp : Rose in April I Mr Brown lamp : Mr Maria I Teepee : Nu Nu Nu I Airplane shelf : Up Warsaw I Canopy : With Love I Pawprint rug : KidsConcept I Wooden letter blocks : Ooh Noo Official I Wooden toys : Ella and Frederik I Wooden cars : Goki I Little wooden car : Wooden Story I Mouse chair and table : NoFred I Elephant plushie : Brigby I Mammoth on shelf : KidsConcept I Quilt : Cam Cam Copenhagen I Felt ballpit : Misioo I White star pillow : Cotton and Sweets I Grey and white starpillows with gold : No74 I Prints: Mrs Mighetto I Wallstickers : StickStay I Pawprint wall stickers : Nordic Fine Design I Bedding : Filibabba I “You are My Greatest Adventure” print : Lille Sötnos I Grey Felt Moon : Kongens Slojd I Beaded stargarland : ByQ I Blue moon with pompom : ByQ I White boxed shelf : Ikea I Grey boxes with tractor : Sne Design I Pirate toy storage bag : Fabelab I Brown basket : Bloomingville I Policecar : Minispeeders
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