The bedroom design of 13-year-old Constancio needed an overhaul. Childish and no longer relevant to the ever-changing needs and interests of the growing teenager, his bedroom needed to be repurposed for study and rest.
The parents called in the help of kids’ design studio Krethaus to convert a traditional and childlike bedroom into an attractive dwelling for the eldest son. Inspired by a calm, simplistic modern aesthethic punctuated by accents of natural materials, the designers set to work in converting the space into a harmonious and relaxed environment.
The walls were painted in a warm gray remiscient of Farrow&Ball’s Manor House hue, offset by blonde wooden furniture and accessories – a gentle play on dark and light.
The high headboad of the distinctive Nido bed, crafted from Patagonian wood, becomes a striking feature in the room and looks decidedly grown-up. Accents of shape, colour and form are introduced to the simple design scheme using pure cotton textiles from Krethaus.
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