This beautiful, neutral boy's bedroom interior inspo is brought to you by Melissa of Winter Daisy. Her sons Xavier's bedroom the first room she has officially finished in her new rental house and may we say she has knocked it out of the park?! Every detail seems to be in just the right place and that subtle robot theme is just something else! Browse through this post to tour the room and get inspired for your next interior renovation project.
In this project Melissa used our Watercolor Brush Stroke wallpaper from our Scandinavian Wallpaper Collection in custom color - Linen. Even though both of our wallpaper materials are removable, she chose the self adhesive wallpaper material for a quick peel and stick application, so she would not have to use the wallpaper glue for the installation. If you wish to read more of the differences between the two wallpaper materials we offer, please check out this blog post here.
The thing we most adore in this corner is the hand-drawn robot on the house shaped chalkboard! Xavier drew it himself for this photo shoot and this little guy adds so much character to the room, don't you think?
Another favourite thing of ours is how well all the patterns play together in this interior. The brush strokes from the removable wallpaper create a beautiful backdrop for the delicate striped bed linen and the darker toned area rug play beautifully with the dotted floor pillow.
The toys also seem to be very thought through. When you look around the room you see beautiful subtle color scheme and somewhat natural materials. No aggressive colors and overuse of plastics. Sustainability seems to be another key factor in decorating this boys room.
Wood is another material that pops up in this room and actually adds warmth to the overall look. The contrast between the darker wooden floor and light wood furniture has played out wonderfully and is actually one of the top tips on mixing wood tones. Go for contrast and break them up with an area rug for a cohesive look!
In these two images we can see two ways to create a gallery wall in any kid's room interior. The most obvious of course is to use framed art either above a dresser or bed/crib, wherever it would fit best. It allows to emphasise the theme of the room as in this case - robots! We love it!
The second that has been widely used for the past couple of years is book wall/gallery wall. If you're not fond of using artworks in your kid's room, consider displaying his or her's most loved books! This is a cute way to add additional detail to the room that's actually functional. And of course it works not just for kids rooms, but any room in your house!
We hope you enjoyed browsing through these boy's room photos as much as we did and hopefully you found some useful tips for your next room makeover! If you have any questions of this room design or would like to shop the look for yourself, check out Melissa's blog or get in touch with us!