Children’s rooms with wood as the protagonist have fascinated us, and it is that authentic spaces can be made, very warm and which also seem completely cool. Who said wood was just for rustic? In this nursery that stylist Aurore Sfez created for the French magazine doolittle we see that wood is a trendy material and that we can do tricks with it.
For the revista Doolittle He has created different spaces, but they all have the same tones, creating a great harmony between the photos. The wood as the absolute protagonist, mixed with white tones, gray and especially a dark blue that alternates with matte black. The result couldn’t fascinate us anymore.
In addition, the stylist has opted for perfect details to imitate the Scandinavian style in the children’s room, but without falling into the usual black and white. This space is warmer and with a lot of personality, which is why we find it a very fresh inspiration to awaken our senses.
This corner is a beautiful baby room, which also has the wicker cradles of yesteryear that we’ve seen from time to time, which seem ideal for giving it a vintage touch. As you can see, the details are just right, but chosen with great care, such as the blue rug or the wooden toys, which match the whole room.
Because you always have to think about the functional quality of spaces, this stylist has used her creativity to create a play and a study space that go together perfectly. Natural fabrics, to accompany woodfurniture with very simple lines and some other nice details, such as the mirror in the shape of a rabbit.
Finally, to show you that nice nursery, which shows two opposites combined with each other, based on contrasts between the used shades. A very original and surprising idea to create the design of a shared children’s room.
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