Hide and Sleep, I think we've done it.
I'd been dreaming of polka dotted walls for a while, so naturally, they were first thing to go up- after we'd repainted over the stripes from the lady baby's last room of course.
Filled with fruity colour, toys and soft textiles, it's a space the kids have already delighted in playing. Whether it be hiding under the bed, making each other cups of tea, whipping up a cake or tucking teddies in for the night - they can often be heard giggling behind the closed door.
The recycled plastic mat provides the perfect 'shake clean' soft fall while the wooden mixer and vegetables are the perfect accessories for the $5 kitchen I picked up at a garage sale. Dave put the little wooden shelves up a 'child' height to encourage imaginative play.
Now that it's all done and dusted, I think Pippi can sleep in Zeph's room and i'll take over the Yellow bed, good idea, no?
Tomorrow, I'll be sharing a super exciting giveaway that includes many of the treasures you can see here. In the mean time, you can see product details below.
felt artworks by Empire Lane // paper animals by Little Frenchy // printed tins and drink bottle by Jimmy Cricket// pom pom scatter cushion by Lumiere// bed by Incy Interiors // floor mat by Kith and Co // ottoman by Kith and Co // knitted stanley by Little Pie Street// side table by Family Love Tree // kantha by Fossik// mandala pillow slip by Lumiere// polka dot pillow slip by Beneath the Sun// wooden geometric sculptures by Beneath the Sun// polka dot wall stickers by Look Sugar// cloud mobile by Milbot and Chooky// honey comb hanging balls by Poppies for Grace// white quilt cover by Sheridan// raw sugar kitchen pillow (speceri) by Supertrooper Studio // knitted apple pillow by Studio Meez // memory card game by Supertrooper Studio// lamp made by me// play kitchen from a garage sale// wooden kitchen accessories from Oliver's Twisty Tales// little wooden shelves from urban outfitters