Rooms around the world | Round two
AustraliaTarryn | @6tinyheartsfill1bigheart
“Ivy's room is an absolute dream room! It is filled with so many amazing and imaginative pieces to grow up and create magical memories with. Personally, I adore each and every item she has, and this style is one which I hope she carries with her for many years to come. Rattan holds memories even for myself as a child and there are pieces in this very room which I grew up with!”
"I would say my style is very Scandi with a little dose of vintage mixed in! I do love everything to be quite clean cut but love to throw a bit of retro into the mix. For me, contrasts are really important, for example the chalkboard wall. I love to mix up the feminine elements with über masculine contrasts! Our favourite Olli Ella pieces are by far the Strolley and the Playpa."
Ella | @ella_and_tinyt
"I would describe my style as somewhat Scandinavian but definitely not minimalistic. I love using lots of natural wood combined with some muted colours, blue, grey, a splash of dusty pink and rust for the room to feel like a calm yet fun place. Apart from that I don’t have any particular scheme, it’s sea creatures clashing with wooden toys and dinosaurs, bright prints, wreaths, embroideries, star garlands and flag buntings. My kids inspire me the most, their spaces/rooms evolve around their needs and preferences as they grow and discover new things. Our play kitchen is definitely a solid favourite, a centre of their playroom but I also give them all kinds of boxes and baskets because the two are all about sorting and organising stuff!