We decided to take a little step away from the super trendy toddler rooms and we had a bit of nostalgic fun by creating a quirky, retro gaming inspired room for boys.
We wanted recreate some memories from our own childhood in a very simplistic design. We used some vintage furniture pieces that was sent through from Re-Trend and mixed it up with more modern decor pieces and versions of our favourite tv-games as well as a A-frame play tent by Little Slumber. We asked little Max to test the room out to see if he’ll enjoy it as much as us. We hit the nail on the head, it took some convincing to get him of the set.
The amazing peeps from Mini ME Memorables asked us to give two of their little Lego figurines away to our awesome readers. Comment bellow on what your favourite TV-game was as a kid to win one of these Mini ME’s bellow:
Supplier list for the Gaming room:
Heirloom soft toy, Wooden camera, Wooden Car, Illustrations: La Fede Designs
Turtles cross stitch frame, Poster frame, Glass Lego DIY containers, MR hanger, Splat-Boom-Pow wall decor, Dangles : LittleME by Little Interiors
Side Table with green legs: Vintage Living Design Co
Bedding, Bulldog statue, Grey & mustard rug, Light pendant, Boys Only & Sleeping scatters, Steel Beetle : MRP Home
Dino Scatter: Schnooky Pie
Knot Pillows: Cherry Dot Studio
Retro robot mannequin, Pacman nesting dolls: Tiger Lilly
M & A Letters : Just Lila Design
Marino Throw: Moo Wool
Leather Bag: Stonecamp Leather
Play Tent: Little Slumbers
Retro Tent, Stackers, Headboard, Statue: Re-Trend Linden
Lego figurines: MiniME Memorables
Linen Harem Pants: ByRoeline
Wall decals, pacman wood figurines, Mario mushrooms: Bokaloli
Crochet Basket: MamaMea
Images by Phillip Beukes.
I am extremely passionate about creating stylish spaces that not only promote growing and learning but spaces that grow with your child.
Apart from creating gorgeous, functional spaces I love doing DIY projects and I am devoted to share tips and tricks to create a happy and healthy home for the whole family.