Inspiration

One, two, three, sun!

Furnishing a child’s room is never an easy task! It’s hard to juggle furniture to create a room that is safe, organised, stylish and, what’s more, that your toddler will love. In this article, we offer you 3 inspirations to achieve this.

To begin with, we prioritise“practical” furniture that allows you to optimise space by creating storage. As far as materials are concerned, we favour furniture made from natural materials (wood, rattan, etc.) while paying particular attention to safety standards. In terms of furnishings, we make the room cosy with a carpet for them to play on, a desk adapted to stimulate their creative side and a few cushions so that they can read their books quietly. If you apply these tips, your child will never want to leave his room!

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1- Ash wall unit – 1970 | 2 – White vintage desk by Michel Boyer – 1960 | 3 – Orange Panton children’s chair, Vitra edition | 4 – Vintage children’s bed – 1960

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1 – Vintage String wall shelves in ash – 1960 | 2 – Vintage solid beech wall shelf – 1960| 3 – Vintage Eames chair for Herman Miller – 1960 | 4 – Vintage Marcore birch shoe cabinet – 1920

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1 – Wall shelves by Dekker for Tomado – 1950 | 2 – Green vintage lamp – 1970 | 3 – Vintage desk, Czechoslovakia – 1960 | 4 – Pair of vintage rattan chairs by Dirl Van Sliedregt – 1960


1 – Togo vintage sofa in velvet by Michel Ducaroy for Ligne Roset | 2 – Vintage children’s bed – 1960 | 3 – Round coffee table with Tulip legs by Maurice Burke for Arkana – 1960 | 4 – Azilal vintage Moroccan rug – 1980

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1 – Vintage Danish teak chest of drawers – 1960 | 2 – Teak rocking chair by Georg Jansen – 1950 | 3 – Vintage footrest by Antonio Citterio for B&B Italien, 2000 | 4Vintage woven cottoncarpet