The mom of little Maji is a fan of Scandinavian design and décor, so she decided to decorate the nursery like that adding vintage elements for a sweeter look. The room was arranged to be changed rather often and quickly and develop the decorating passion.
The space is attic and rather small, so making it completely white and off-white was a nice idea not only cause it’s Scandinavian but also cause it visually enlarges the room. The floors are rather light, too, made of whitewashed laminate. Pastels were added to create a delicate combo, mostly mint but also dusty pink and blue as it’s a girl’s room.
The attic ceiling didn’t become a problem, the floor was divided into two parts according to the ceiling and one of them became a sleeping zone, and the second a playing area.
The furniture is simple and traditional: a white cot, chest, dresser and wardrobe, all of them can be changed according to the child’s age and needs. Above the crib you’ll see mint raindrops but these aren’t wallpapers, these are removable stickers that can be changed for other ones.
The toys are also Scandi-inspired, simple and mostly white, and you can see the iconic Miffy lamp, which doubles as a toy. There are numerous handmade decorations like garlands, pillows or fabric sacks for toys that were made by the mom of the little girl.