La Petite Magazine, and I knew I had to do that in Kenzie's room. I had a family friend come over and put it together. Before starting, what did you know you wanted to include, for sure? I knew I wanted to do one wall of wallpaper. I then spotted the Harlequin Wallpaper from Ferm Living, and fell in love! What was your proudest DIY? My proudest DIY has to be the hanging wood piece. I got a tree branch that I painted white, hung it up, then placed cute items on it. I love the way it turned out!
Kalon Studio's Echo Toddler Bed. I really love this simple piece, which makes such a huge statement in the room! Any advice for other people starting this process? I think these are great steps to take when decorating our childs space: • Get inspiration by browsing the internet and bookmarking your favorite kid rooms • Ask your child questions like what their favorite color is, items etc ... • Only follow the trends if they work for you • Do consider built-ins If money was no object, what would your dream source be? My dream source would be anything from Creme Anglaise. Source List: • Wallpaper: Harlequin Wallpaper, Ferm Living • House-shaped Wall Display Unit: The Dorm, Ferm Living • Pillows: Luckyboysunday, Mash n Gravy • Cloud Pillow: Noodoll • White Bunny Lamp: Lapin Lamp, Lapin & Me • Green Bunny Lamp: Granny Green Lapin Lamp, Lapin & Me • Knitted Mountain Pouf: Kebnekaise, Little Red Stuga • Yellow Rocking Seat: Hut-Hut Kids Resin by Kalon Studios, Maromeria • Garlands: Hip Hooray Garlands, Maromeria • Bed: Eco Toddler Bed, Kalon Studios • Mountain Poster: Up, Fine • Little Day Bedding: Zef, Smallable • Pendant Light: E27 Pendant Light, Design Within Reach • Kids Chair: Lilly Bamboo Chair, Smallable • Masking tape: Pretty Tape, Etsy
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