In our quest for beautiful kid’s rooms around the world, we remain in Northern Europe for the time being; this time in Sweden where we had the pleasure to discover a room belonging to a three year old girl named Saga. You’ll love this subtle nature inspired girl’s room with a gorgeous wallpaper and just the perfect dose of playfulness. Her mother, Louise Wiberg, who works night time at a retirement home, has a passion for decorating in her free time and here is what she had to tell us about this incredible space she designed for her daughter.
HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE THE LOOK AND FEEL OF THE ROOM?
It is mostly neutral colours in the room that gives a calm impression and a cozy feeling. I want it to feel inviting for kids play. The wall mural makes it exciting and interesting.
DID YOU HAVE A PRECISE IDEA OF THE STYLE YOU WANTED TO ACHIEVE IN BEFOREHAND?
I made a mood board in beforehand with the wall mural and some stuff Saga already had, and some new details. It’s a great way to see the colour scheme and see if it fits in or not.
HOW DID SAGA INFLUENCE THE DESIGN PROCESS?
She loves butterflies and flowers so the wall mural was made for her. She loves her room and is super proud of it.
WHAT WAS YOUR VERY FIRST PURCHASE FOR THE ROOM?
Her bed from Sebra. Saga got it when she was only three months old. The grey storage cabinet from Ikea she got around the same time.
AND THE MOST EXPENSIVE?
The wall mural and the bed. So happy with both!
WHAT DO YOU AND SAGA LOVE THE MOST ABOUT THE ROOM?
The slide and the dollhouse. She also loves the wall mural and her bed. She plays alot in the bed with all her soft toys and often have a tea party in her bed with her dolls.
DID YOU FACE ANY DIFFICULTIES OR CHALLENGES?
Yes! I want to hide as much a spossible of her toys to make a clean look but I need more storage, I think. I can sometimes feel the room looks “messy” even if it’s fresh clean because she has so many things everywhere.
HOW DO YOU THINK THE ROOM WILL EVOLVE AS SAGA GROWS UP?
I think she would like a dressing table or a kid’s desk when she grows up. I think she will still like the canopy when she gets older, she loves when it looks and feels cozy!
WHAT WOULD BE YOUR TIPS FOR OTHER PARENTS DESIGNING A KID’S ROOM?
Make a moodboard. Pick a few colours to focus on and stick to them to keep a clean and calm impression. Ask your child what he or she likes and give them some alternatives. Make it easy for the kids to reach their toys and keep them at their height and do the same for the walls – hang the wall decorations and art at a level so your child can actually see them.
Thank you Louise Wiberg! @louisewiberg
Cot bed : Sebra I Miffy light : Mr Maria I Teepee : Mein Buntes Teepee I Kids slide : Jupiduu I Cabinet ” “Lyxhult” : Ikea I Alphabet blocks : Ooh Noo I Print “Dear Toffle” : Mrs Mighetto I Wooden train : Goki I Wooden dices : Clas Ohlsson I Small doll’s bed : Smallstuff I Wooden icecream : Happy Little Folks I Joseph rabbit lamp : Rose in April I Xylophone : Kids Concept I Porcelain balloons : Byon Design I Pirum Parum poster : Fine Little Day I Rocking chair : TH Furniture I Bertram with xylophone : Ella and Frederik I Cat soft toy : Studio Bundis I Fish wall decals : Stickstay I Chair : Byon Design I White blanket : Spinkie Baby I Wall mural : Au Fil des Couleurs I Playmat : Elodie Details I Pink rug : Ellos I Wooden elephants : Ella and Frederik I Wooden toy bottle : This Paper Book I Bedding : Kongens Slojd I Star and heart pillows : No74 I Canopy : No74 I Light garland in canopy : Watt & Veke I Storage cans : Fermliving I Octopus plushtoy : Big Stuffed I Small pink octopus plushtoy : Jellycat I Pink blanket : Garbo & Friends I Name sign : Woodiroo I Doll pram : Ooh Noo
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