So excited for the new Spring/Summer 13 Goatmilk Collection. It is subtle, functional and a bit.. unexpected!
The shorts in particular add a bit of edge and I'm loving the new colors -- pale could, curry and burnt orange.
Shaynah from Pirates and peonies, shares her boys shared room this week.
"A very bright and welcoming space. It was originally influenced by our many parks and forests here in Minnesota. This rustic room is filled with nostalgic and modern touches. We used the boys' toys and accessories to bring color and life to the neutral walls and furniture. Since it is a shared space we wanted it to represent each boy, and help make it feel their own. I love the use of Rowan and Brinley's treasured personal items that help tie each area together. It is all very practical and functional."
Thanks for sharing, Shaynah. I especially love the fact they share both a room and bed.
1: mask by anthropologie
3: masks by anthropologie
9: mini and Maximus print here//limited edition derek lam skateboard
*all photos by Shayna
As you know I am a huge fan of children's artwork. I joke it's one of the top 3 reasons why I have kids. Seriously though...
This dining space is interesting. That mess is staged so badly it hurts, but I love the dark grey wall featuring kid's pieces. Fantastic.
Photographed by Brooklyn-based photographer Trevor Tondro.
Here's part 2 of the lovely Madelon's children's room tours (Part 1 here). This time we're in Sylvester's room. There's plenty of 'boy' influence in this room, but it continues to stay clean and design savvy, in line with Madelon's cool aesthetic.
This is a fun playroom, spotted in an upbeat Los Angeles home tour on A Cup of Jo. I have a strange appreciation with how normal it is, for example the train table. It errors on the side of being a major eye sore, but it works. It makes the little kid happy. No hiding it.
And just like Crew's room, chalkboard walls are a total hit, don't you think?