Location: Seattle, Washington Type:: 1940 'pill box' house. It is about 850 sf upstairs and 650 sf in the now finished daylit basement. Child's Name, Age: Zoe, 4 years old Room Size:: approximately 110 sf When we first emailed with Pam, co-owner of Nico and Zoe which we blogged previously, she told us about the small room she created for daughter Zoe. Pam graciously agreed to share pics of this wonderful toddler's room.
We chose a musty green and cream for her room. I took the colors from an artNuevo image I found in a book. We didn't know if we were having a boy or a girl, so we chose a color the would work either way - and I didn't like yellow! We have simple art (a metal moon/star mobile above her crib/bed.) I also created transfers of Edward Gorey images for her walls. And pink and other colors seem to go with it quite well.
Zoe picked the star light all on her own - out of all the options in the Fireworks store in Seattle, she chose the simple blue one that projects little start. So, I guess it is true, if you start early teaching the kids good taste, it will mostly stick - except while in the Target toy section!
The low shelves and laundry bin are from Ikea - some bath/spa shelves. Her bed is from Craigs list, but clean wood design with 2 large drawers - and not too high for my daughter to get into bed, and/or possibly fall out of. We never used a side rail. The original crib converted into a toddler bed, so this bed didn't come until she was potty trained and 3. The arch was originally meant for over her bed, but she didn't like it, so it became a great play area - and I didn't like it on the bed either! The prints are Ferries from old Books, and the mobile just above her bed is a Zolo Mobile from a kit she got for Christmas.
Many toys are from our website, but many were the inspiration for starting our website: Great wood toys, that are modern/clean design while being functional and fun. The kitchen is from Goodwill as well as the pots and pans. Though she mostly takes all of her pans and puts them on the floor to cook. Thanks, Pam!