Top 5 Nature Wallpapers for Kids’ Bedrooms

Top 5 Nature Wallpapers for Kids’ Bedrooms

Top 5 Nature Wallpapers for Kids’ Bedrooms

Wallpaper that brings nature indoors

 

Top 5 nature wallpapers for kids’ bedrooms, 

which will bring the sense of the outdoors indoors.

Bringing the outside into the inside creates a marvellous sense of calm or adventure for our kids’ it depends which way you go of course.  Here are out top 5 nature inspired wallpapers for kids’ bedrooms that we think you will love and we’re pretty sure there’s something for everyone. There’s bold and dramatic, cute blushes, rural moods and woodland fun.

Gable Wallpaper from Farrow & Ball featured by Rooomy Magazine for kids bedrooms

The Gable design from Farrow & Ball is playful, pastoral, and utterly charming. Depicting traditional village and farmyard scenes with clean, modern styling, its large-scale statement pattern is studded with little details that spark the imagination, taking on added character as you look.  If you are a fan of the English countryside, then this will be a wonderful daily reminder how fantastic our home landscape is.  There are also 8 other colour options to choose from which are worth checking out.

 

 

You want more nature but you don’t want it to be overly green and you would really like to warm things up with pink tones.  Fleur Harris has got your back as she designed this wonderful woodland wallpaper in collaboration with Jimmy Cricket, if you have seen our Interview with Little Liberty, you’ll know that Australia are ahead of the curve when it comes to children’s interiors, looking at this design we can see why.

Available in five other shades.  All their wallpaper is printed on non woven paper and is coated for both quality and practicality. The coating allows the wallpaper to be wiped over kept looking clean and lovely which is basically an essential with kids’.

 

 

When you think nature don’t just think woodlands and wild animals, you need to think about how much fun is to be had at the farm too. This rural inspired paper brings country living into their rooms with farmyard favourites such as cows and chickens, tractors and of course the farmer and his wife, all designed with a splash of humour.

 These beautifully illustrated wallpapers are made and printed in England using traditional techniques on high quality sustainable forest paper and are available in four other shades.

 

  

This beautifully design and very fun print is inspired by a teddy bears picnic, an old fashioned and well-loved theme, recreated with a modern edge. In the UK badgers and foxes best represent our woodland heritage sometimes getting a bad press, but think of Roald Dahl’s, Fantastic Mr Fox and the grumpy but beloved Badger in The Wind and the Willows. With every gaze children lose themselves in a sense of curiosity, discovery and wonder. Let your little one tell their own bedtime tale through this wild and whimsical print. 

 

Mysterious Spring Forrest mural by Mural Wallpaper featured by Rooomy magazine for kids' bedrooms

 

This misty green forest is a lush haven of beautiful green foliage and trees that fill the wilderness with life. The deep perspective delves down into the edge of the spring forest, giving you a continuous view through the landscape, adding an almost 3D effect to the mural that will bring your walls to life. This enchanted forest mural is a calming design, with subtle green tones and a natural feel, it’s perfect for a kids’ bedroom.  What adventures would your kids be going on with this mural in their room, mine would most certainly be imagining themselves as Ewoks on the forest moon of Endor. 

There you have it, the top nature wallpapers for kids’ bedrooms, which one is your favourite, would your kid’s choose the same as you?  I love seeing what the girls think of different designs.

Happy decorating x 

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Best Easter Decorations for Kids’ Bedrooms

Best Easter Decorations for Kids’ Bedrooms

Best Easter Decorations for Kids’ Bedrooms

The Best Easter Decorations for Kids’ Bedrooms

 

Looking to make more fun out of Easter this year? 

Look at these wonderful decorations, gift ideas and activities.

 

Here are the best Easter decorations for kid’s bedrooms.  I don’t know about you, but I own 4 boxes of Christmas decorations, one large bin liner of Halloween decorations and carrier bag of Easter bits.  How about you? 

Easter is extremely cute with the excitement in the morning of “has he been” akin to Christmas, but of course they are referring to the Easter Bunny.  The adventure that is an egg hunt and then of course ALL the chocolate.  I am not one for making a fuss of things.  The girls always have a good time, and we buy a few bits and there might be an Easter activity/crafting moment, last year I blew eggs for the first time and they loved decorating them. 

With a dreary start to the year, a very meh half term and now the return to school I am already looking forward to the Easter holidays and how great to kick them off with Easter being so early this year! If like me you fancy making more of a fuss this year, I have for you covered with these great Easter decorations for kid’s bedrooms.

Easter Decorations for Kids' Bedrooms

I have decided I will actually make some effort for once and when they wake up on Easter Sunday morning, I want them to enjoy noticing a few Easter decorations dotted around, I’m not going to go nuts but a few Honeycomb Bunnies from Meri Meri, maybe some bunting and the odd little decoration dotted around hanging from a picture frame or light switch will be a good start.  No, I am not going to turn my house into something that resembles Alice in Wonderland, I wish I could I am just not that skilled. 

Another bonus is the girls have recently become interested in Beatrix Potter, which is awesome, I have been waiting ages.  They love baking so a few Peter Rabbit cupcakes with breakfast will make them smile and then we can make some cookies in the afternoon.

If you fancy making a little bit more fuss for Easter this year, then here are some decorations that I think you will enjoy and more importantly that can be put away and brought out again for the years to come.   

Best Easter decorations for kid's bedroom featuring an Easter wreath

Easter Wreath

Amazon

£13.99

Easter Bunny Sign for the kid's

Easter Bunny Hop Here Sign

Teddy&Co

£7.50

Honeyvomb Bunnies from Meri Meri for kid's bedrooms

Honeycomb Bunnies

Meri Meri

x8 for £20.50

East Bunny Bunting from Lime Tree London for kid's bedrooms

Bunny Rabbit Bunting

Lime Tree London

£9.25

Peter Rabbit Easter Hunt Signs from Meri Meri for the family home featured by Rooomy Magazine

Beatrix Potter Egg Hunt Signs

Meri Meri

£28.00

Easter Bunting from Meri Meri decorations for kids' bedrooms

Spring Bunny Bunting

Meri Meri

x2 for £28.00

Best Easter Decoration for Kid's Bedrooms, window stickers for kids bedrooms

Easter Window Stickers

Amazon

x6 sheets £4.99

Easter Bunny Decoration from Rex London for Kid's Bedrooms

Bunny Decoration

Rex London

£1

Yello Easter Egg Decoration from Rex London for kids' bedrooms as seen in rooomy magazine

Yellow Egg Decoration

Rex London

£1.50

Folk Easter Egg Decoration from Rex London for kids' bedrooms

Folk Egg Decoration

Rex London

£1

Pink Polka Dot Easter Egg from Rex London for kid's bedrooms

Dotty Decoration

Rex London

£1

Hatching Chick Decoration from Rex London for kids' bedrooms

Chick Decoration

Rex London

£1

 When it comes to treats and gifts, what is the deal in your house?  Some families are in the zone of ‘let the chocolate sugary flood gates open’, others opt for the gift route and in our house, we are a mix of the two.  They get an egg from us, the Easter egg hunt, and a wee gift, we know that grandparents will go way over the top, as is their duty, and I somehow make it all last up to the summer holidays, I know I’m such a mean mum 😉

If you are looking for some alternatives to the sugar flood take a look at these great finds;

 

Hoppel Rabbit from Steiff for kids bedrooms this easter

Hoppel Rabbit

Steiff

£27.90

Easter Chick from Steiff for kids bedrooms this Easter

14cm Chick

Steiff

£17.90

Surprise Carrots from Meri Meri for kids this Easter

Surprise Carrots 

Meri Meri

x4 £14

Bunny Night Light from Rex London

Rabbit Night Light

Rex London

£4.95

We're going on an egg hunt kid's book for Easter

We’re Going On An Egg Hunt 

Amazon

£5.70

As parents we know that pretty things to look at and yummy things to eat are great and will put smiles on most peoples faces.  There is one more step to take for the perfect Easter for the kids’ and that is catering to their love of making, having an activity, a creation or decoration to call their own.  It might be art and crafts, it might be baking, it could be playing a game, as well as THE HUNT of course!    

Personalised Bunny Bag from Lime Tree London for kids this easter

Personalised Egg Hunt Bag

Lime Tree London

£14.50

Egg & Spoon Race Game, perfect for kid's this Easter

Egg & Spoon Race

Amazon

£5.99

Mini Wooden Eggs Decorating kit for the kids this Easter

Wooden Eggs Decorating Kit

Amazon

£14.99

Easter Colouring Activity from Meri Meri perfect for the kids

Easter Colouring Posters

Meri Meri

£8.25

Yellow Egg Basket from Rex London for the kids' Easter egg hunts

Yellow Woven Basket

Rex London

£1

 

There you go, the best Easter decorations for kids’ bedrooms and more, to keep them smiling, laughing and jolly over the Easter weekend and also some fun prep activities for the lockdown weekends leading up to the big event. 

 

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Mountain theme for a boys bedroom

Mountain theme for a boys bedroom

Mountain theme for a boys bedroom

 

A Mountain theme Bedroom for a Nature Loving Boy

 

Wilf (12) needed a new room to support his wellbeing

and to reflect his love of nature.

 

The initial brief was to create a room that Wilf (12) could grow into, with separated out zones for work, rest and play.  But it was very much designed around his specific needs which really impacted his wellbeing. Part of his condition affects the way he processes sensory information so he needed a space that felt calm and safe. So warm enveloping colours and a den-like safe place to retreat to when feeling overwhelmed was key.  We created him a mountain theme for a boys bedroom. 

Mum is a Forest School teacher and so they are massively into nature, sustainability and renewable energy (they have an electric car for instance). This naturally had me thinking all things nature and organic products. He also had many collections of books and treasured items which either needed to be ordered and/or included in the design.

Baby Girl Nursery by PIA design featured by rooomy magazine

His Pinterest page (that I asked him to create) reflected images of nature, animals and the planets. The room images were all warm dark inky shades with diffused lighting. It was clear to me that even the hero items in this space literally had to be part of the landscape! I presented the concept image for his room and gained his positive feedback and constructive criticism to start developing the design.  

As the main backdrop I chose a mountain scene wallpaper that wrapped two walls. Because of the way he deciphers some things we offered a few choices as we had to be careful that he couldn’t distinguish any scary faces/images in the patterned wallpaper!  I then matched the colours from this palette and wrapped the other two walls in dark blue and took the lighter blue over the ceiling.

My presentation is always to Mum and Dad first. Reason being; is so they can edit the options to suit their budget and also have a little control on how much they want to dial up or down the scheme. It always stays true to the scheme though and still leaves plenty of options for them to choose which provides a fun and collaborative experience.

I loved presenting this room to Wilf, he literally marked me out of 10 for each item, so it was that cut and dry on final edit!

 

“It makes me feel calm and safe. The colours are soothing and there’s no sharp angles, which makes it feel easy on my eyes, this helps me with aspects of my autism”

Boys Bedroom by Barker Design, featured by Rooomy Magazine
Boys Bedroom by Barker Design, featured by Rooomy Magazine
Boys Bedroom by Barker Design, featured by Rooomy Magazine

 

The bed was bespoke designed by me, allowing plenty of shelving for books on all sides. There’s even some secret compartments within the bed that even his brother doesn’t know about! It’s made out of Valchromat, essentially a wood fibre that’s individually impregnated with organic dye, so no need for paint, it’s therefore incredibly durable! 

The desk and shelves are also bespoke design by me, and out of the same material. 

The wardrobe storage fits neatly into the ceiling end of the room and leaves room for a bed-settee. Coffee table, pouffes (and cork notice-board) so he can chill out with friends.  

 

Boys Bedroom by Barker Design, featured by Rooomy Magazine
Boys Bedroom by Barker Design, featured by Rooomy Magazine
Boys Bedroom by Barker Design, featured by Rooomy Magazine

 

All the lighting is dimmable and diffused to ensure no bare bulbs for glare. He loves the monkey bed-side light, which looks like it’s climbed it’s own monkey bars in the bed! The planet mobile is a stunning piece of art in itself which I’m sure he’ll keep for many years to come! He also has a projector which projects stars and planets on the ceiling to create different scenes for calming. The pendant replicates a fluffy cloud suspended against the mountain scene wallpaper!

It’s a space to work, play & socialise but most importantly to escape to when things get too much. I received the warmest of hugs when it was all completed. A tearful career high for me!

 

Boys Bedroom by Barker Design, featured by Rooomy Magazine

“It’s got everything, tons of cool stuff without being overwhelming.

There’s space for my books, collections, work and even a secret hiding space in my bed.  

Marks out of 10, I’d give it a 10, there’s so many cool features!”

Over the last twelve years Justine (Barker Deign)has worked on a range of homes and businesses implementing her own signature style of laid-back interiors. Mixing up pieces from different eras and creating that uncontrived effortless look has become key to all her designs. Achieving that ‘thrown together’ look comes from years of savvy sourcing and constantly being on the hunt for new materials and local artisans who are willing to create bespoke pieces that won’t break the bank. Believing that the place in which you live or work should inspire, harmonise and ultimately make you happier, she strives to push the boundaries in every design and create spaces that are every bit as individual as her clients.

Photography credit – Jonny Campbell

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Wonderful Nursery or a Baby Girl

Wonderful Nursery or a Baby Girl

Wonderful Nursery or a Baby Girl

One family, two rooms, with the aim of keeping a touch of South Africa Part 2

This family needed a wonderful nursery for their baby girls.  They’d moved from Cape Town to England with two daughters and a baby due in a few weeks.  PIA Design to the rescue and they create two fantastic rooms just in time for babies arrival.  

 

Our clients are from Cape Town, South Africa, and wanted their home to be inspired by the textures and colours of their home – they were also interested in designing sustainably, so we looked at natural materials like cork and 100% natural fibre fabrics and started by using the furniture the client already owned.

This gorgeous riverside property was in fantastic condition having been refurbished with a minimal colour palette not too long before our clients moved in, but the client felt the rooms could be re-decorated to add some interest and personality to suit their own taste.

As the family already live in the house with their two young girls and new-born, we tackled the design a few rooms at a time. We started with the design of the little girls’ room and nursery, which were finished just weeks before the baby arrived. Here’s the Nursery, you can see the girl’s shared bedroom in Part 1 here. 

Our brief was to design a gender-neutral room for the baby that had a calming and light atmosphere. We often start brainstorming a project by looking for inspiration on furniture websites that we love, in our design library for wallpaper and fabric samples, and Pinterest for scheme ideas. We were seeing a lot of jungle themed rooms which we thought could be fun but did not quite line with the client’s vision of the room. We pitched scheme ideas in warm and neutral colour schemes that paired well with the client’s existing rattan cot and nursing chair.

Baby Girl Nursery by PIA design featured by rooomy magazine
Baby Girl Nursery by PIA design featured by rooomy magazine

The nursery was heavily inspired by the colours, textures and materials associated with South Africa, where our clients are from. We started by creating mood boards featuring fabric, wallpaper, and hard finish samples such as grass cloth wallpapers, natural cork panelling and thick, textured fabrics in rustic tones. This helped us create a tactile and organic impression of what the room would feel like. The client really loved our suggestions, and it was a mutual agreement that we would select samples for this room that had a soft and warm vibe, with lighter wood tones and layered soft furnishings.

The scheme generally came together easily, we did have some back and forth about wallpaper options to use on the feature wall behind the cot. We tried a few fun prints from Cole & Son as well as geometric printed patterns; these felt too flat for the look we were trying to achieve. It was not until we began trying textured wallpapers that we felt we were on the right track. In the end, a stunning woven chevron wallcovering from Arte was the right solution that the client loved. We trial and error these design changes by editing visuals of the rooms that we create in Photoshop and sharing wallpaper samples with the client to approve. This process makes testing lots of options very quick, the end result is exactly how the visual suggests.

Baby Girl Nursery by PIA design featured by rooomy magazine
Baby Girl Nursery by PIA design featured by rooomy magazine
Baby Girl Nursery by PIA design featured by rooomy magazine

 

To make the storage in this room adapt with the new baby as they grew, we suggested bespoke joinery that we could design the internals of, rather than an off the shelf product. We discussed all of the storage requirements to make sure we were designing exactly what the client wanted. By incorporating adjustable shelves and hanging rails into the design, the these can be moved when clothing requirements change over time. The gold leaf and whitewashed cork panels we had inserted into the shaker frames of the wardrobe doors add a touch of timeless luxury that should stand the test of time and adapt with any changes made to the room scheme over time. Anthropologie leather and brass handles added an extra touch of luxury to the beautiful wardrobe.

For the window dressings, we used a layered approach of over-length linen curtains with a subtle chevron pattern, as well as a blackout roman blind with a black and white embroidered motif for contrast. As well as being a beautiful design feature that felt luxurious and comforting, it was practical in blocking out as much light as possible to make sure the baby could sleep as soundly as possible!

We didn’t want the room to feel too refined and neutral (it’s a kids room after all!), so we popped in some fun accents like the African animal prints on the wall and the funky Pooky floor lamp with a contrasting black and white pleated shade. We added some natural textured accessories with the elephant head wall hanging, rattan mirror, seagrass storage baskets and leather footstool.

 

Baby Girl Nursery by PIA design featured by rooomy magazine

We have since worked on other rooms for this family’s home and their feedback from spending more time in the Nursery is that it’s become a popular room to come together and relax on the giant sheepskin rug!

When we were signed on to the project we had an 8 week deadline to work to before the clients baby was due, we wanted to make sure the room was finished and ready by this time. This offered some challenges with fabric and wallpaper lead times, coordinating the joinery and decorating works to finish on time, and of course enough time to go through design changes. However, it all came together nicely in the end and the client loved the soft nature of the room with natural accents that reminded them of their home in South Africa, the light and warm atmosphere of the room has a calming effect.

PIA Design’s objective is to interpret the style preferences of each client and develop something tailored to them. As a result all projects take on their own, unique direction, but there is also a common thread that underlies each one, apparent in the use of natural  materials – wood, stone, cork, metal etc, that can be used to add texture, but also colour to a scheme before simply specifying paint.

A love of nature is at the heart of PIA’s designs and her philosophy is that the best form of sustainability is a carefully considered scheme and the use of quality materials – natural materials have a timeless quality about them that surpasses trends whilst also standing the test of time: some materials even grow more beautiful with age.

Photography credit – Anna Yanovski

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Perfect Pink Girls Bedroom For Two

Perfect Pink Girls Bedroom For Two

Perfect Pink Girls Bedroom For Two

One family, two rooms, with the aim of keeping a touch of South Africa Part 1

The perfect pink girls bedroom for two after you’ve moved from Cape Town to England, with a baby due in a few weeks.

PIA Design to the rescue and they create two fantastic rooms just in time for babies arrival.  

 

This gorgeous riverside property was in fantastic condition having been refurbished with a minimal colour palette not too long before our clients moved in, but the client felt the rooms could be re-decorated to add some interest and personality to suit their own taste.

Our clients are from Cape Town, South Africa, and wanted their home to be inspired by the textures and colours of their home – they were also interested in designing sustainably, so we looked at natural materials like cork and 100% natural fibre fabrics and started by using the furniture the client already owned.

As the family already live in the house with their two young girls and new-born, we tackled the design a few rooms at a time. We started with the design of the little girls’ room and nursery, which were finished just weeks before the baby arrived. Here’s the Girls room, Part 2 will follow soon. 

Pink girls bedroom, shared, by PIA design featured by Rooomy magazine
girls bedroom, by PIA design

For the girl’s room we used subtle colours and plenty of texture to give the room a nature-inspired uplift – and schemes that can easily adapt and evolve as the children grow up. The client wanted the girl’s room to feel restful as well as fun, with spaces for the girls to play and work.

We began the design for this perfect pink girls bedroom by bringing together fabric and wallpaper samples, we wanted to create a room that had a soft and subtle base. This could then adapt easily to furniture and accessory changes as the girls grew and as their interests change over time. We were drawn to dusty pink shades, greys, beiges, and warm wooden tones for this room as they’re easy neutrals that can pair well with other colours.

girls bedroom, by PIA design
girls bedroom, by PIA design
girls bedroom, by PIA design

 

Behind the twin beds we chose a feature wall using a pink distressed design wallpaper from Elitis, the pattern of which is a subtle nod to the South African inspired mood board we put together for the room schemes. The carpet in this room also needed changing as we had to remove some existing joinery from the house’s original owners that had left indents in the existing carpets. In keeping with the blush tones of the room, we selected a warm beige carpet with a slight rosy hue.  

We had initially discussed designing some bespoke bunk beds for the girls bedroom as a fun feature piece of joinery. We ran into challenges with the sloped ceiling not allowing a lot of room for the top bunk. As well as this, we worked with our joiner to make sure everything was structurally sound, which resulted in some of our design choices being compromised. In the end it was agreed with the client that two double beds were a smarter choice and helped to future proof the room as the girls grew up. Looking back, it was the right choice to make as the final result has a more refined atmosphere.

 

Girls Pink Shared Bedroom by PIA design featuerd by Rooomy Magazine

 

We designed bespoke wardrobes for this room with ample storage space that had adjustable shelves and hanging rails that would make the wardrobes adapt with the girl’s storage needs as they grew older. The whitewashed oak shaker doors of the wardrobes feature beautiful gold leaf embellished cork panels, and we added an extra touch of luxury with some leather and brass handles from Anthropologie.

Our original design for the joinery in this room had less wardrobe space and a double desk for the girls to work at together. After reviewing this with the client, it was agreed that the girls would need more storage space and that separate desks would mean homework could be completed much more efficiently! We had bespoke fitted desks fitted into the rooms by the windows. On our site visits to discuss the designs with the clients we noticed both girls enjoyed colouring and so we made sure each desk was fitted with custom cork panels wrapped in De Le Cuona fabric for the girls to pin up their artistic creations.

There was not enough space either side of the window in this room to have full length curtains so we picked a beautiful fabric from Christopher Farr to have bespoke roman blinds made. To add a bit of extra luxury to the blinds, we opted for a wide trim around the edges in a stunning De Le Cuona fabric. 

 

girls bedroom, by PIA design
girls bedroom desk
girls pink bedroom by PIA design

The client had beautiful, framed prints by Mrs Mighetto that we wanted to display in this room, they fit nicely above the beds and we had space in the centre for another piece of artwork. We asked the girls what other accessories they would like in their new room; they loved the grass woven elephant head we had chosen for the nursery (to be revealed here soon) so we found a similar product from Maisons Du Monde which completed the wall nicely.

We specified a sheepskin rug in this room as it proved to be a popular choice in the nursery! The collection of decorative cushions and throws we sourced from John Lewis and gave the beds an extra cosy vibe. We paired the rattan bedside tables with some art deco style table lamps for a contrast between natural elements and contemporary luxury.

Compared to the Nursery, this perfect pink girls bedroom was slightly more challenging to coordinate as it was larger and required the additional time needed to remove and install new carpets. But it came together just as easily with all the thorough planning we did, and the end result is something we are really proud of. It’s a room that will stand the test of time and always have a good balance between fun and neutral. The girls enjoy having a bedroom together, their own grown-up beds and desk spaces of their own which have been used for many artistic endeavours since!

Part 2 – The Nursery, to follow in a few weeks.

 

PIA Design’s objective is to interpret the style preferences of each client and develop something tailored to them. As a result all projects take on their own, unique direction, but there is also a common thread that underlies each one, apparent in the use of natural  materials – wood, stone, cork, metal etc, that can be used to add texture, but also colour to a scheme before simply specifying paint.

A love of nature is at the heart of PIA’s designs and her philosophy is that the best form of sustainability is a carefully considered scheme and the use of quality materials – natural materials have a timeless quality about them that surpasses trends whilst also standing the test of time: some materials even grow more beautiful with age.

Photography credit – Anna Yanovski

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