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Dustproof design for children's rooms

Dustproof design for children's rooms

Who said that design is for adults only? Today, major brands and renowned designers are seizing a new market, that of children. The little ones now have a room as stylish as that of their parents. We tell you everything you need to make this piece at the top of the trend.

We revisit the storage box

Lego We break the decorating routine with Lego bricks, with the ideal dimensions, to store small everyday objects or toys for your toddlers. Practical, stackable and therefore space-saving, they bring a design and colorful touch to the room.

Cult chairs

Vitra Like adults, children also have the right to their design piece. This chair designed by Verner Panton in 1960 is declined by Vitra in its junior version in 2006. A way to bring style to the child's room.

A compact system

DearKids Very practical, this multifunctional bunk bed offers all the elements to properly organize the space. We love its "color block" side with this mixture of green, yellow and red. Right on trend!

Of white !

AM PM Reflecting the trend of the moment, the child's bedroom, too, succumbs to the immaculate, Scandinavian atmosphere. But for more lightness, we quickly raise the whole with decorative pieces a little more colorful, like this bed a rattan vintage style.

Stylish lockers

Muuto This modular light wood installation can be stacked and allows you to change the decoration according to your child's wishes. A very practical and modern system that adapts to your room and your needs.

Shelves at the top!

String This String library, queen of design in the 1950s, is making a comeback in decoration. And the child's bedroom does not pass by! Here, with an integrated desk, it is easy to understand that this system is scalable and will follow your child throughout his education.

Colorful accessories

Magis Design Specially dedicated to children, the Me Too collection from the Italian brand Magis offers playful and practical objects to arouse the curiosity of our fair faces but also to develop their imagination. We are necessarily thinking of the Puppy dog ​​designed by Eero Aarnio.

Designer fabrics

Bemz We love Camilla Lundsten's prints (Littlephant, Editor's note) for her collaboration with the Bemz brand, which offers all kinds of ideas to accompany IKEA furniture… but not necessarily! We have fun with the patterns and colors to create a fresh and childlike atmosphere.

Totally design

Gab In duck blue tones, this room is an example of modernity. Everything is designed to facilitate your child's daily life. He will be more than happy to evolve in a simple universe which he can then personalize.