In her rustic home In Nantes, stylist Aurélie Lécuyer creates a playful, graceful, yet somehow sophisticated space for her toddler, a little girl.
Yesterday, we wrote about the calm interiors of Lécuyer's house (see House Call: Aurélie Lécuyer in France). She styled her child's room with dots of color and carefully considered toys. Here's how to achieve the look with Liberty of London fabric, vintage-inspired toys, and colorful garlands.
Above: A string of lights add color to the room.
Above: Bright linen pillows from Merci in Paris are scattered across the bed.
Above: A garland of paper dots and a row of orange playthings.
Above: Lécuyer added a touch of color—some coral carnations—into this simple image.
Above: The Very Hungry Whale Embroidered Pillow; $80 from Coral and Tusk in Brooklyn.
Above: The Millbrook Iron Bed from Restoration Hardware is currently on sale; prices start at $399.
Above: Cable & Cotton's String Lights are offered in your choice of color combinations; $39 for a string of 20 lights.
Above: Use Japanese Washi Tape, shown here in hot pink, to affix images to the wall; $3.95 from In the Clear on Etsy.
Above: Liberty of London's Pepper Fabric; £3 for 54 inches of fabric from Lab Boutique.
Above: The Mini Pom Pom Garland is 85 inches long; $13.50 from Party Mart on Etsy.
Above: Children's Rabbit Mask; $4.95 from Any Mask.
Above: 7-Inch Goldfish; $2.98 at Amazon.
Above: Rens Sheepskin; $30 from Ikea.