We believe it’s never too early to instill an appreciation for design in children. For us, it’s about more than decorating an attractive nursery. It’s about designing spaces that encourage play, inspire quiet time, teach organization and introduce children to the wellness benefits of great design at every age.
Working on a girl's bedroom is always a dream. Our client spotted another little girl's room that we designed and asked us to create a similar look for her own daughter's space. We adapted the design using more "gown up" furniture that Angel can enjoy well into her teenage years and beyond.
For Ryan's bedroom we took our usual approach to decorating kids rooms, which is to develop a scheme that will grow with a child into adolescence. This room will easily transition into a cool teen hangout when Ryan decides to trade stuffed animals for video games and sports equipment.
We paired classic black furniture with grey walls and some key pieces like an industrial spring table lamp, polyhedron light fixture and metal side table to create a boy's bedroom with lots of character.
Westside Family Playroom
Our client wanted a room for her children to enjoy whether they were playing games, working on their latest art project, practicing music or studying. She told us that above all she wanted the room to be fun. We think that this room epitomizes "fun" don't you?