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Children’s bedrooms evolve constantly. For us, the parents, they are now areas where we can really express ourselves! And nothing is too beautiful when it comes to bringing our offspring’s space to life. There are fewer compromises. So it’s up to us to be imaginative and let the colour flood in! Whether you choose to go for paint or wallpaper, The Socialite Family has selected its most fantastic, poetic and enveloping atmospheres for you. Browsing through these images, selected as examples from the homes of Valentine Gauthier, Anne-Fleur Broudehoux and Stéphanie Lizée, you can see clearly how children’s bedrooms change in appearance throughout our little ones’ lives. We often start out with a baby’s bedroom that is highly creative and ornate, and gradually move towards a fully-fledged decorative scheme which reveals more about the personality of its occupants. So we opt for one colour applied to the floor or the wall, and then contrast it with a natural element to wake it up! What we like in this lively selection is the idea of having a strong tinted look counterbalanced by equally strong materials to avoid a flashy ‘all-new’ appearance. The choice of furniture is, therefore, paramount. We want to mix and match styles! A mesmerising panorama in Vanessa Faivre’s home counterbalanced by the softness of a rattan bed. Meanwhile, Aurélie Lecuyer’s midnight blue is set off by an iron bedhead, like Anne-Sophie Pailleret’s, and she has no hesitation in separating the night-time and relaxation areas with a vintage wooden bookcase. In Antonin and Élisa’s family apartment, the flamboyant 1970s-style mustard-yellow fitted carpet is offset by a contemporary black and white design on a single section of wall, while vintage pieces add interest throughout the space. Finally, for the founder and artistic director of The Socialite Family, Constance Gennari, the children’s room is an opportunity to bring together the natural wood of a built-in cabin bed, a swathe of fresh peppermint green, the joy of an incisive print and the warmth of a Berber carpet. A combination that plays not only with the decoration but with the proportions of this unique space.
Don’t delay, discover our special moodboard right now. Take the plunge and dive into these cheerful, colourful worlds that have captivated us all through their use – each time different – of tones and textures.