Go big on de­sign ideas to cre­ate imag­i­na­tive and per­son­alised spa­ces for your lit­tle dar­lings

Singapore Tatler Homes - - OCT/NOV 2018 -

Cre­ate an in­spir­ing and stylish space that your child will love to dream and play in

Do­ing up a child’s bed­room is a unique ex­pe­ri­ence—you get to be as wild, bold and mag­i­cal as you want. It’s def­i­nitely not the room to scrimp on style when you can ex­plore a world of amaz­ing de­sign pos­si­bil­i­ties and most im­por­tantly, make room for fun, creativ­ity and imag­i­na­tion. Com­fort, along­side prac­ti­cal­ity, is es­sen­tial, but it doesn’t stop there. The ideal space for grow­ing young vi­sion­ar­ies is in­spir­ing and stim­u­lat­ing, while also be­ing sooth­ing and rest­ful. Terri Tan, de­sign di­rec­tor of De­sign­worx In­te­rior Con­sul­tant, sug­gests treat­ing one or two walls in the room with ei­ther wall­pa­per or paint fin­ish in a bold pat­tern to in­ject life into the room. These are sim­ple and ef­fec­tive decor el­e­ments that can be eas­ily up­dated. Here are some use­ful tips from our panel of ex­perts plus a se­lec­tion of stylish finds to fur­nish beau­ti­ful and func­tional be­d­rooms for your chil­dren.

MIX AND MATCH Take in­spi­ra­tion from this nurs­ery set­ting fea­tur­ing the Lemon Grove wall cov­er­ing from De Gour­nay, which was shown at the San Fran­cisco Dec­o­ra­tor Show­case. The hand­painted wall­pa­per de­picts a grove of trees with ripe lemons in vivid yel­low, will add a lively touch to the bed­room.

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