Yesterday we featured a rambling cottage in East Sussex featuring muted color and rustic decor. The children’s rooms feature reclaimed furniture and budget-friendly storage ideas (a milk crate as side table and Ikea shelving). Below we’ve recreated the look of a room meant for siblings with the following key elements:
Above: The Classic Clock was designed by Howard Miller (son of Herman) and measures 12 inches in diameter; $55 at DWR.
Above: The Millbrook Iron Bed from Restoration Hardware Baby & Child is available in a twin ($499) and a full size ($599).
Above: Serena & Lily’s Tassel Quilt is made from hand-quilted cotton voile and is $180 for the twin size.
Above: The White Pickstitch Matelasse Quilt is $250 for the twin size from Serena & Lily.
Above: CB2’s Bruno Lamp is made of powder-coated cast iron and oak; $99.95.
Above: Made from FSC-certified reclaimed pine wood, the Wooden Truss Side Table is $279 from West Elm.
Above: Anna Bond’s Animal Alphabet Chart Print is $79 NZD from Father Rabbit.
Above: Pair Ikea’s Ekby Tryggve Shelf (available in two different lengths) for $6.99 with the wall bracket (below) to recreate the look.
Above: The Ekby Valter Wall Bracket are painted in white; $3 each from Ikea.
Above: Cable & Cotton’s String Lights are offered in your choice of color combinations; $39 for a string of 20 lights.
Above: The Alphabet Wood Block Set is comprised of 26 letters in a mix of mahogany and pine woods for $70 from Anthropologie.
Above: A soft gray Farrow & Ball’s Elephant’s Breath (used above on the desk and chair) is $105 for a gallon of Estate Eggshell finish.
Redesigning a children’s room and looking for more inspiration and sources? See our previous Steal This Look posts: The Ultimate Children’s Playroom, Storage Included, Dutch Children’s Bedroom, and a Pastel-Bright Children’s Room in France.