May 11 2014 0

Finding The Correct Décor For The Children’s Living Room

By Aaron Wood

After the downstairs room had been modeled in 3D and basic colours had been decided on, there was still a lot of thought given to the details and how the colours would balance with patterns. Katie and Jon wanted the children’s house to feel cosy, loved, and lived in, and for this they chose warm reds and pinks, a lot of photos, and a slight worn texture to everything. We wanted to show you a few variations from the many experiments we did with wallpaper, colour and textures.

04. Kid's house - downstairs room colour & pattern tests (2)

Can you spot the differences?!

04. Kid's house - downstairs room colour & pattern tests (3) 04. Kid's house - downstairs room colour & pattern tests (4) 04. Kid's house - downstairs room colour & pattern tests (5) 04. Kid's house - downstairs room colour & pattern tests (6) 04. Kid's house - downstairs room colour & pattern tests (7) 04. Kid's house - downstairs room colour & pattern tests (8) 04. Kid's house - downstairs room colour & pattern tests (11) 04. Kid's house - downstairs room colour & pattern tests (13) 04. Kid's house - downstairs room colour & pattern tests (16) 04. Kid's house - downstairs room colour & pattern tests (18)Research never stops – when we were sitting in a coffee shop, we noticed the a wallpaper combination that we thought worth trying. It didn’t work out, but at this stage, everything is worth trying:

Inspiration strikes in a coffee shop in St Albans!

Inspiration strikes in a coffee shop in St Albans!

Here we try different wallpaper pattern motifs. Again, small details, but they very much count…

03. Kid's house - wallpaper pattern concepts

 

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