Pastels for children’s rooms is here to stay. Combing a clean streamlined Scandinavian look with pastels is both calming and inviting. The diy option creating something new with your flea market finds is the creative option to create this fresh look, be it an old shelf, some colourful textiles or some old toys.
Some DIY inspiration from Underbaraclaras World where soft pastel shades of pink, blue and green are painted onto storage boxes. Colourful, playful and useful.
Pastel storage and shelving for kids from Underbaraclara
Yawama of Sweden cow and lion cushion cover for kids in pastel pink and more daring orange combination.
Knitted cow in pastel pink and pastel pink cushion
A kids Room in Malmö where pastels and orange make a vibrant and eye-catching combo.
Pastel greens, blues and purples,
Pastels from Therese Winberg
Here are a couple of ideas where the use of subtle tones of olive-green can create an earthy safari feeling in your kids room or your library for that matter. Cute cuddly plush toys such as monkeys, elephants, zebras and or even the rubber or plastic varieties will add to the savanna theme. Ultra trendy in Sweden at the moment are old school anatomy, biology and botany posters. Fluffy rugs such as cow hide or sheep skin will add a more tribal vibe. A golden rule. Keep it scandinavian simplistic!
Yawama of Sweden Zebra cushion and our eco-friendly cow would just add to the authenticity of the theme. Maybe the dairy cow is questionable- but after all these are true safari creatures, hand made in Africa.
Olive green zebra cushion with knitted cow from Yawama of Sweden
Olive green bedroom for kids. Source Pure and Noble
Shades of green from Skona hem
Olive green wall for a boy’s room source: ilovebokkie
Olive green from elledecoration Sweden