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Get The Look: A Bohemian Children's Room In Sepia Tones


I was so excited to share the *golden* home of Sarah Shabacon earlier today. But there was one room I held back as it was just to good to throw in all at once! Isaac and Ziggy's den! The shared boy's room is made up of a few carefully selected pieces all of which are fabulous! I mean, who wouldn't love an palm tree lamp?! And it's all in keeping with the muted, golden colour scheme of the home too. Enjoy the tour!



Get the look





Oeuf Perch Bunk Bed*
Ocean Palm Tree Lamp
Midnatt Pebble bed set
Round Pintuck Pillow
Hanging Wall Basket
Braided Water Hyacinth Storage Cube
Rattan Sunburst Mirror

My eye is still on that palm tree lamp, I feel like I need one of these in my life. Maybe in Allie's room, what do you think? I love the warm, natural tones too.

Is there anything that stands out to you?

If you're looking for a little more inspiration, you can always head over to this archive for more   children's room ideas and Sarah's fab instagram account (word of warning - you could be stuck there for a while!). You might also like to check out her shop BOHÈME to hunt for vintage finds for adults, children and the home too. Just saying!

Trevlig kväll! 

Niki

Photography: Sarah Shabacon
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  1. What stands out to me is that the space looks like a room their mom would enjoy spending time in rather than a boy's room. Enjoyed the tour of the home but this room looks like the rest of the house. A child's room should reflect the interests and taste of the child/ren not their mother's.

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    2. The space will no doubt be filled with items in no time at all - all rooms have. to start somewhere, my daughters was the same when I just completed it. The beauty of this rooms that it's a perfect canvas from which. Sarah's children can make their own stamp.

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