I recently spent the morning with ‘Inside Out magazine’ on a tour of ‘ The Wilson’s’ family home in Geelong, Victoria, as part of their ‘Open for Inspection’ series. (#ioopenforinspection). In collaboration with Bugaboo & Inside Out magazine, we all had such a great day. I have already written about the beautiful kitchen and living zones here, now it’s time to talk bedrooms.
Teddy and Henry’s Room.
We entered the ‘boys’ room and what a fun space this was! More than enough room for them to play together, and not get in each others way. The boys shared an orange bunk bed from Domayne, such a great choice by Lauren. It’s not your normal bunk bed style, with the lower bed being at floor level, it looked great!
Lauren, as we know by now, is not afraid of mixing things up, and has chosen different bedding for the top and bottom bunks, no ‘matchy matchy’ here! Cotton On kids bed linen has been used and it’s perfect. A ‘freckle’ felt ball rug brings more colour into the room, along with a kids ‘teepee’ …. hours of fun to be had there. Great wall hooks are used to hang up the boys backpacks…a place for everything!
Upon walking into the nursery, the first thing which really stood out was the Ikea cot placement, in the middle of the room, such a great idea…I wish I had done that 10 years ago when I had my first child.
Artwork on the walls and a signature chair in the corner of the room were a great touch, these pieces were from ‘ Middle of Nowhere ‘. Lauren also used a sidebaord from ‘Milkcart‘ so store Jimmy’s treasures and display his cute toys and shoes. Again colour played a major part in this room in Lauren’s choice of bedding, artwork and a personalised cushion brough the room all together.
The guest room.
This room almost left me speachless, let me tell you…it was amazing! I have admired the artwork by Emma Ceiline, of Lumiere Art and Co for a long time, and I wasn’t disappointed to see such an huge framed work above the bed. Kip and Co grey velvet pillow cases, a favourite of mine, balanced out the texture and pattern of cushions and throws used on the bed. A intersting mix of pink and red was used in the bedroom, I love a good colour clash, and this was perfect.
The master bedroom.
The overall design of the master suite was stunning. The bed ‘zone’ was set back into the wall slightly to almost frame the area, and did I mention it was timber lined, such great attention to detail. A stunning highlight window was built above the bed, providing an ever changing natural artwork…it was beautiful! Artwork by Lola Donoghue captured my eye as I entered the room. Clearly Lauren loves her ‘statement’ chairs, and this one from Bo Concept was a stunner, along with the Kip and Co floor rug which framed the bed space beautifully.
I hope you’ve enjoyed my tour of the bedroom zones of ‘The Wilson’s’ family home.
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