Are you looking for a unique room for your children that fit your style? Something playful but not cheesy, something that makes them dream and imagine, but makes you feel that your house is what you wanted to be: modern and elegant but inviting and with a touch of fun.
If this is your case, the answer to your prayers is PEEK & PACK, the best for small people.
Today’s house is full of diy and good ideas. I really love when people is capable to mix and match vintage pieces with design and ikea furniture. It makes houses more liveable and as Lorenzo Meazza would say, Ikea is like parsley. It matches with almost everything.
Welcome to @maiju_saw’s house, Finnish blogger, mum of two kids and another one it its way.
If you are like me, the type of person that is always looking for something special to decorate the little ones’ bedroom (or no so little). If you like blogs, instagram and Pinterest, I am sure you already know Amayadeeme.
Amaya just launch her new collection: Party and once more I have absolutely fell in love. Her illustrations are simple, but dreamy, the kind that children and mums like alike. They are not cheesy and fit perfectly in every room and almost with every decoration style. I am sure you will want one after reading this post.
If you liked our post: Give art for kids this Christmas, I am sure you will enjoy with these beautiful natural history illustrations created by Kelsey Oseid, aka KELZUKI.
Most children love animals, and most of us feel a special attraction for whales, that is the reason why CETACEA is my favorite KELZUKIS’ s poster serie.
Give your kids beautiful natural history illustrations this Christmas. Give Animal Kingdom.
I am a city girl, or this is what I always thought before moving to the Nordic countries.
Living here, I discovered that you can live in a charming village surrounded by nature and being in the city in less than an hour. No traffic jams, no stress, just few neighbours that soon become friends and all the enjoyment of the city life only a few kilometers away.
I suppose that this is what @nintanh and her family thought when they moved from Helsinki to the beautiful Porvoo, a picturesque village filled with wooden red houses, charming restaurants and beautiful shops.
The house we show you today is their second home in the village, an old sky factory that she renovated from scratch. The change is so amazing that you would like to move there right away.
The house of this month is the summon of minimalism: decorated all in white and with few, but important and elegant pieces. High ceilings, humongous windows and views to trees, a canal and nice buildings. A dream come true for many!
Will you believe me if I told you that it belongs to a family with 4 kids and that every corner is the perfect spot to play? You have to see it, because it is not only possible, it is perfect!