Vintage Inspired Children’s Room

Well I Love Mondays is back, and if you are new to the blog, let me explain what it’s all about.

On a Monday, I publish a blog post, that includes some of the things that we love at The Ana Mum Diary.  I am trying to help get rid the Monday blues with beautiful things.  I will virtual shop for your every need. Perhaps introducing you to something that you haven’t ever seen or place you haven’t  been to before. You are in good hands, so sit back and grab yourself a cuppa.

Here in Nottingham  I have been making plans to declutter both of the my girls bedroom, calling it an clutter busting clean! I haven’t been neglecting looking online though, I have been looking at some lovely things to spring new life into children’s bedrooms.  Here is what I have found from Design Vintage.

7-Up_Crates

I absolutely love these vintage 7up crates from Design Vintage.  priced at £35, I am sure they would fantastic as storage in a child’s room, practical but effortless style. They also have Pepsi and Dr Pepper designs available.

Or how about this bedding. I am really loving the trend that is still around from last year, of animal images on fabric.  This has been brought bang up to date with the subtle pink colour. It is priced at £44, and is suitable for a cotbed sized bed.  With a matching cushion/pillow cover with the definition of a deer in English on one side and Danish on the other.

Scandi_nursery

Finally here is a vintage child’s metal desk from France. A beautifully aged metal frame and solid wood top, is a steal at £75.

Vintage_Childrens_Desk

So what do you think of my I Love Monday finds this week? Are you, like me planning de-cluttering, now the children are back at school?

Thank you for reading

 

Fab finds for Kids' rooms

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