Children’s Interior Design in London
This guest bedroom in Chelsea was dull and outdated. We came in and made it fit for a little boy. Hani is three years old. His mummy wanted him to have a bunk bed or two beds for future sleep overs with plenty of clothes storage. Hani’s mum knew what she wanted from the start; A bedroom with one main colour (green) with hints of orange; a bedroom that will grow with Hani that also includes a touch of playful elements. If we were to install a bunk bed it was to be designed with step drawers and a wardrobe. This was and exciting brief; a fully bespoke boys bedroom!MK Kids Interiors got designing. We experimented with the layout but soon found that a bunk bed would be better in the space, rather than two single beds. Our hand drawn visual sold the scheme to Hani’s mum. We proposed a bunk bed with step drawers and under bed drawers upholstered in an olive leather and a dark green leather accessorised with an orange leather pull. Below are the floor plan, elevations and 3D hand drawing of the room. Hani’s mum loved our presentation and was excited to start. We kept all walls in a neutral striped wall paper with a slight shimmer. The roman blind made by Koza Curtains was also made with a neutral fabric that had a slight shimmer, with a green and grey pompom trim. The bed cushions were an orange geometric Lelievre Reverso fabric with the reverse of the fabric as piping. The furniture was finished in a high gloss Farrow and Ball Shaded White. Completed with green artisan glass door knobs from Merlin Glass, the wardrobe sat in the far corner of the room.
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