Stylist Romi Weinberg has created feminine and ethereal bedrooms for to her two girls, Bo and Tatum. With nearly 10 years experience styling food, events and interiors Romi had a clear vision when it came to designing her children’s rooms.
Creating a shared room for your kids can be an overwhelming task. Double the requirements, double the requests and double the belonging to accomodate.
Despite the challenges, shared rooms can still bring all the joy! Here are three shared room looks we created that are sure to inspire you.
It’s no secret that as Editor of Minty Magazine, I am constantly inspired by all of the incredible products available to create the most beautiful children’s rooms. The options are endless, and with all of the clever parents out there sharing their style on Instagram, I knew when it came to my own kids room I would have to put my blinkers on and stick to my own personal style.
We had the pleasure of talking to Elise Heslop, creator and director of Plyroom who has managed to create a business that aligns with her desire for a slower, simple life. Plyroom is focused on providing timeless design, sustainable materials and socially responsible practises at the core of everything they do.
Ahoy there! Today we chat with mum of two, Nicola Mcclintock from Moments With Us. Nicola has designed a nautical wonderland for her son, Talan. With a passion for styling and photography, Nicola has a natural talent for creating rooms bursting with personality and thoughtful detail.
Today we chat with Christine Rose who took on the task of designing and project managing a new family home whilst on maternity leave! The result is a relaxed, resort style home featuring this grey and blue hued bedroom with an Australiana-vibe inspired by nature.
I couldn’t help but smile when I saw the shots of this bedroom. The whimsical pink wallpaper forms a backdrop to crisp white, teamed with colourful pops of pink, mustard and green. It’s a bedroom that feels happy and joyful, just like the little girl who sleeps here!
Linda Dekkers is the creative behind Live Loud Girl and the owner of this eclectic home in Dubai. With a thriving business in interior styling, lifestyle and concept creation, her style is rooted in Dutch spontaneity with a focus on minimalistic sensibility.
Today we are sharing a beautiful room for two lucky sisters, featuring a stunning floral feature wall. This elegant and grown-up space was created by House of Hawkes, a Dubai based interior design agency founded by mother of 2, Kathryn Hawkes.
Sharing a bedroom can be a novelty for some but a necessity for many families! Whilst there are challenges to overcome when accommodating different needs in a shared bedroom for two little ones, this clever Mama has nailed it!
We have been seeing a lot of Kate Pascoe Squires of late as she champions a movement of the Slow Down. Empowering women to take the pressure off themselves and enjoy a little bit of the good life when and where we can. It’s a refreshing approach to motherhood, and trend that, let’s face it,…
Proving distance is no object when it comes to design, Tayla Harris of the Pink Door Co. relied on the ever-growing e-design trend to transform Eli’s room into a timeless space that will last for years to come. The Pink Door Co. offers Interior Decoration for kids’ and adult spaces alike. Complemented by a retail…
For me, this dreamy room was an instant scroll stopper. Delighted to see a fresh colour palette in action, I immediately contacted Georgina Georgiou of Wool and Willow to share this beautiful space. The warm tones and luxe textures drew me right in. I love the thoughtful purchasing… the bed, bedside and rug will last for…
Shared rooms can be so challenging – particularly when catering for a large age gap. Throw in a girl/boy combination and you basically hit every design hurdle out there. Cat Matthews (Styled by Cat) mother of Alice and Ted, has overcome every one of these challenges with style and grace, creating the most stunningly serene…