Playing around with kids’ rooms

Children’s rooms needn’t be cluttered chaotic spaces hidden from visitors. As our round up  of kid’s decor and furniture, below, from Vogue Living Before+After 2012, on news stands now, demonstrates there are plenty of playful pieces around that have great design and a sense of imagination.
For some extra inspiration, we’ve gathered together some great rooms designed for children and teenagers within the slideshow, above.

1 ‘Bauchair’ chair in MDF, $500, from Seletti. 2 ‘Sundvik’ children’s bed, $269, from Ikea. 3 ‘Unfold’ pendant lightshade, $260, by Lightly. 4 Magis ‘Bunky’ beds 
in moulded polyethylene by Marc Newson, POA, from Cult. 5 LipStick mirror, $170, from Lightly. 6 Mini ‘Henk’ bench on castors, $595, from House of Orange. 
7 ‘Stack’ base with metal storage options, from $500 per module, from Seletti. 8 Kalon ‘Caravan’ cot, $1299, from Kido. 9 Eames elephant by Vitra, $385, from 
Space furniture. 10 Sebel ‘Postura’ chairs, $49.95 each, from Hub furniture. 11 ‘Trip Cartoon’ screen-printed armadio in wood and MDF, $3650, from Seletti. 
12 ‘Toadstool’ lamp, $180, from Down to the Woods. 13 ‘Marshmallow’ two-drawer side table by Mim Design, $1485, from Temperature Design.

Photographs: Chris Court, Richard Powers, Prue Ruscoe, Anson Smart and Petrina Tinslay.

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2 Responses to “Playing around with kids’ rooms”
  1. Arhitektura says:

    Love this collection from you. So modern and colourful.

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