Would you like to furnish the children’s room Scandinavian?
Natural sustainability – the undisputed living trend par excellence! Every year, there is an ever-increasing trend in this direction, especially when it comes to design and materials. This could once again be seen clearly at the furniture fair IMM Cologne as well as at the . Equally groundbreaking are, of course, the innovative and stylish creations that have won or been nominated for the German Design Award. The trend clearly shows – more clarity, serenity and optimal functionality. At the same time, one simply can not overlook the influence of Scandinavian design. After all, this style of living stands for all these aspects and even goes one better with the comfort typical of Nordic living.
Scandinavian people have been talking about this country for a long time now, especially when it comes to their own four walls. The clean lines, the smooth colors and the organic, often curved shapes make you feel right at home. This sense of security can be implemented particularly well if you furnish the nursery Scandinavian. Because not only the furniture in this style, but also the home accessories and the textiles will ensure a homely atmosphere for your children.
Furnish children’s room Scandinavian
Well-known Scandinavian furniture and textile manufacturers such as Interstil, Muuto and Røros Tweed, just to name a few, produce high-quality items that not only offer us adults first-class living comfort, but also, of course, our children.
Scandinavian children’s furniture always has something fairytale about it.
Cute white cots and chests of drawers, such as these on kinderraeume.com, with cuddly soft duvets and pillows in bright colors conjure up a cozy ambience without any problem. In addition, there are children’s chairs in old rose or sky blue and handmade stuffed toys like dolls and cute little males.
The Oliver Furniture conversion set has particularly appealed to us. A children’s loft bed made of wood with plenty of storage and space under the bed frame – not only practical, but also designed very playful. A small sofa, two chairs and a mini table are also part of it. An excellent furnishing idea!
The Oliver Furniture conversion kit with half-high bed
The conversion kit with loft bed
At Ferm Living we also discovered our favorite children’s lamps – the Air Baloon lamps made of wood. Simply fantastic! These are available in pink, gray and oak and they can be easily attached to the wall. Wall decoration and wall stickers are also abundant here. Storage baskets made of fabric, children’s wallpaper patterned with filigree figures and a wide range of pillows and sheets are also available.
The Air Balloon Lamp in pink
Brand new in the range at Ferm Living are the Little Architect chairs and tables. These impress with their perfect linear design and optimal ergonomics. Your kids will just love them. Promised!
The elegant little architect chairs with table
And yes … do not forget the floor! He also has to feel very soft and warm. The best way to do this is with floorboards or parquet rules and, of course, with the matching children’s rug.
In fact, it’s not that difficult to set up the nursery Scandinavian. You do not need any special designer skills, just a lot of love and a bit of gut feeling when choosing the perfect children’s furniture and home accessories. And you will definitely find these.
Have fun setting up and a good luck!
Practical wall storage with a playful touch at Ferm Living
The sweet My Deer lamp on the wall was designed by Anne Wendlandt
The suitable children’s wallpaper for little Indians
And some inspirations from Scandinavia:
Scandinavian flair in the nursery on happygraylucky.com
A white fairytale in the baby room on brit.co
A clever, space-saving idea on cutapaste.net
Handmade and natural materials will do your children good
Scandinavian design classics and geometric patterns
Functional lightness and dynamic wall decoration
Bright colors set here and there as accents
A striped carpet introduces additional dynamics into the room
Or do you prefer it colorful?
Less is known, often more, especially with the Scandinavian design!