The idea of the boys room being all white with punches of blue and red, although done to the death really appeals to me…and to them!
This room is divine and I often think of a friend of mine who has 4 boys and 1 girl and a 3 bedroom home. This built in bunk system would work so well in her situation and there would still be plenty of room to play and do homework etc.
Having 2 little girls would have me looking for something like this. I would never come out if I had of had bunks like these as a child. My Sister and I did have bunks and we used to put up sheets and bring Mum’s potted plants inside and turn them into ‘units’. We would dress them just like a home with pillow sofas, curtains – the lot! I remember that so fondly…and the fact my elder Sister always had the ‘unit’ with the natural sunlight!!
This is my favourite!
Everything in this room is amazing and although the bunks aren’t built in, they still look so great against that stripe wall. Talking Mic around to something like this would be another story though.
Both of our boys really liked this room when I showed them =0)
Ok, when I found this a million smiles rushed through me. I could have something like this in my office-now-come-guestroom. I think the drum shade and comfy sofa sold the whole scheme to me…either way it is wonderful, and I am sure Mum and Dad would be happy being in here when they come and stay.
Now as much as I love white and neutrals, I do believe that children should have colour in their lives and this room is a perfect example. A white base and tonal coloured ‘cabins’.
What a great solution for everyone.
I don’t have any plans just yet to have some built in bunks installed, but the boys room does need a face lift. It is still the same colour from when I prepared it for Declan’s arrival…about 6 and a half years ago!!
Which one do you love??
all images sourced through Google search.
update – I am feeling much better now and I do thank you all for your very sweet emails and messages regarding my illness…thank you all so much xx