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Little M's room Another instalment of my series ‘A room in the house’. This time it’s a little makeover of my son’s room.

He has had a monochrome themed room since last Autumn-Winter. The dreary, wet weather in London has prompted me to do a Spring refresh.

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I didn’t want to spend a huge budget on redecoration, yet wanted the flexibility of reverting back to the original look.

I decided on a new colour palette of mint green, blues and yellows. Here’s what I did:

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I changed the duvet cover to a neutral shade, with accent colours from my chosen palette. The result is a lighter and brighter look. The duvet cover is from Hay .

I picked a soft and beautiful teal ombre throw  from West Elm London. This has pulled together the blue tones in the vicinity.

The white Casalino chair is a vintage find from Ebay. It is immediately brought to life by the colourful Lucky Boy Sunday cushion I bought from from the Conran shop.

The mint Lego storage box was bought from Copenhagen. I believe it’s due to hit shops in London soon, part of the new season collection.

Luckyboysunday-Fancy-Nulle-Little-big-bell In his reading and chess playing corner, I have replaced an existing monochrome print with the above yellow Apple Papple print by Fine Little Day.

His black and white chess board got a Spring refresh too. The above yellow portable set is by Les Jouets Libres.

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Gone are the Lisa Bengtsson dog prints in the second image, replaced by a display of my son’s favourite books, all in a unifying colour of blue.

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Ikea has just released a new limited edition furniture range called Brakig,  a collaboration with a designers ArtRebels.

My favourite piece from the Brakig collection is this mint stool, which I have used as a side table for display.

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The fibrepot above in blue and greens by Serax Maison D’etre, will house fresh floral blooms of yellow in his room.

The wooden bunny is by Kay Bojesen.

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Here are a few more home accessories that I have spotted out and about.

They would be perfect for my son’s room.

I’m liking the geometric cushions in mint and smiling storage boxes by Ferm Living. That canary yellow pendant from Finnsdottir would also be sweet addition.

Hope you’ve enjoyed my Spring refresh to my son’s room. Wishing you a wonderful week ahead. x

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Whilst in Copenhagen, I came across Designer Zoo, a concept store for Danish craft and design. I have selected my favourites for this post. Some of the items are new finds, not seen in the mainstream shops of Copenhagen.

The above colourful containers are by All That Clay, designed by Signe Schjoth. They all come with a contrasting neon acrylic lid. I’m loving the colours that are very this season – mint green, dark grey, Indigo blue and a nude coral.

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Here are more from All That Clay. I love the diamond accessory and have purchased one in Coral.

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Chalky colours and bevel cut seem very popular. The above cups are by Anne Jorgensen. Do take a look at the other beautiful colours on her website. I’m liking the ones in pink.

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The shades used by Keis and Fiedler for these handmade tea light holders are so tempting, so much so that I bought one. The pale pink and mint green one now sits beautifully on my shelf at home.

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Now for the glazed pottery collections that caught my eye. Love these jars by Malene Helbak. A calming splash of colour to any kitchen worktop.

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Malene’s collection in stripes are equally striking. Her colour selections perfect for a mood board compilation.

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I remembered first seeing and liking Finnsdottir’s ceramics whilst in Stockholm. Their work now seem highly popular, spotted in most design stores of Copenhagen.

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Here they are in black and white.

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These glassware by Bettina Schori are so delicate. The way they have been sculpted look so beautiful.

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These sunny hand casted porcelain by Lars Rank Keramik are a true cheer on any shelf. Liking their quirky asymmetric form.

Hope you have enjoyed my picks from this must visit store, have a lovely week all. x

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