Interior Project - Nursery before and after
Creativity is my passion and I've been lucky enough to make it my career. Over the past two years I have been working on a property redevelopment and pushing my designer eye into interior, furniture, art, textiles and garden design. I've approached the projects in the same way I would with packaging and brand design work. I'm going to share a behind the scenes look at my ongoing house renovation, interior design challenges and projects.
The brief was to create a Scandinavian woodland for a small nursery room. A tricky space to design within dual aspect windows, fireplace taking up wall space and narrow entrance. First steps were to completely strip down walls and floors restoring the old pine floor, putting up lining paper and cornice. The colour pallet - a light tranquil grey accented with fox red, moss green and sunshine yellow. The wall mural, a stylised fox appears from woodland trees which have been created in a stamp style with texture. A changing station was also created with a painted chest of draws, pigeon hole storage and shaker peg rail for outfits all within easy reach.
1.Woodland shade(Home sense) 2.Grey chevron changing matt(M&S) 3.Old wine storage boxes(car boot sale) 4.Wood baby gym(ikea) 5.Grey paint(Mylands Elgin)