Inspiration for a contemporary gender neutral toddler’s room in London with multi-coloured walls and carpet.

Richmond, 1930's refurbishmentContemporary Kids, London

Inspiration for a contemporary gender neutral toddler’s room in London with multi-coloured walls and carpet. —  Houzz
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Sarah Warwick added this to 10 Times Geometric Wallpaper Made a Room5 Feb 2018

Snake up the wallsVivienne Westwood’s Squiggle wallpaper, seen here, has become a modern classic. It’s a gentler take on geometrics, with its soft outline and curvaceous motif, and, in orange, this version is the equal of the brights that tend to feature in a child’s room. Here, cupboards and shelving in grey make for a contemporary pairing with the shade. In general, grey can often be a good and somewhat toning foil for a vibrant paper, while black or white will encourage the pattern to leap out.

lucysearle
Lucy Searle added this to How to Get 1970s Glamour Now9 Jan 2018

Orange and brown – but in small dosesThen, it was perfectly acceptable to have an orange and brown bedroom, in tones rich enough to match the Angel Delight in your cut-glass dessert dish. Today, these tones are right back in fashion, but the proportions in which they’re employed have been reduced to accent rather than main shade, and with a healthy helping of neutrals to tone them down further.

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Revive Your Space added this to Your Essential Checklist to Prepare for Christmas Guests5 Dec 2017

Help your kids declutterOf course, presents are a big part of Christmas and, let’s face it, the main recipients are usually kids. However, children’s bedrooms can become overwhelmed with extra toys, and, with other youngsters in the home, things could become quite cluttered and chaotic. Help prepare your children’s storage space by encouraging them to have a clear-out of their existing toys and books, and ask them to donate some of the items they’ve outgrown. You could also avoid having a home full of unwanted, or unsuitable, presents by creating a gift list for your family to buy from.

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Revive Your Space added this to 10 Decluttering Jobs You Can Do in Less Than 30 Minutes6 Apr 2017

Encourage your kidsGet your children involved with a 30-minute clear-out in their bedrooms. Empty just one cupboard or toy box, and ask your child what they would like to do with each of the items inside. If they no longer play with a particular toy, ask them if they would like to give it to another child to play with, and introduce the idea of giving to charity. Start small and avoid overwhelming them with lots of decisions. When one cupboard is tidy, you could give yourselves a reward by playing together with the toys they’ve decided to keep. You can declutter another cupboard or toy box next time.

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Amanda Pollard added this to Clever Ideas for Age-proofing Your Child’s Bedroom12 Jul 2016

Go for adaptable storageIf you’re opting for built-in furniture, go for floor-to-ceiling wardrobes to maximise storage. Otherwise the top of shorter wardrobes end up as a dumping ground for suitcases, old toys and dust. Ask your designer to create space for open shelving, either at the very top of a wardrobe or alongside it, as seen here. This provides a useful place to stash soft toys while your kids are little, but it can then become a space for storing books and paperwork when they’re older.

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Anna Tobin added this to How to Create the Perfect Bedroom for Siblings to Share25 Nov 2015

Keep the younger child out of mischiefAllow the older child a place to keep their ‘special toys’ where the pesky younger sibling can’t reach them. Give them some storage that only they can reach – a few higher shelves or wall-hung storage buckets are all that’s required.

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Jo Simmons added this to 10 Great Uses for Wire and Wicker Baskets15 Apr 2015

Tuck in a teddyThere’s something wrong about storing teddies in a cupboard or drawer – it’s almost as though they need to breathe. That’s why baskets make great soft toy storage. Available with painted finishes, they can also add a cheery shot of colour to a child’s room.Browse 10 ways to store kids’ toys

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Ellen added this to Ellen and Austin - Master Bath Remodel17 May 2019

Design and colors of open shelving

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Kate S added this to 62 Middle Bourne22 Apr 2019

Open shelving for books kids room no built in wardrobes

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