Industrial nursery with warm Scandinavian undertones
Hello Hello! How are you all doing? I really hope that your time at home works out ok for you. We are ok over here but I have to say that my days are really filled with home schooling and there is not much left for work.
Most projects and events have been postponed anyway, but even writing an article is tricky. And I admit – I did not anticipate that. Moreover, I thought that I could squeeze in a bit of work here and there.
But hey, it is what it is and we are staying positive. We have food, we are healthy, and we even have a garden. All good!
Therefore, whenever I manage to publish something I feel a little proud. And since I do not feel very inspired to bringing you things to buy and so on I am focusing more on interiors. Because they can really lift a mood and give you a little kick. Plus, they might inspire a little project in your own four walls. Remember the art prints for kids, a really cool way to give a room a new and quick new look.
But let’s talk about todays interior! This industrial nursery with warm Scandinavian undertones is so full of personality. Please come in:
Little Lila is living in Leytonstone, London together with her parents Claire Brennan, a fashion stylist, and George Chapman, an automotive content strategist.
It is a four-story Victorian semi home with high ceilings, lovingly collected mirrors and furniture, timeless investment pieces, and a warm-industrial vibe with a Scandi twist. All over you will find plenty of blacks and grays alongside whites and light blues.
And Lila’s room? “We wanted her room to retain the character and personality that we’d tried to create throughout the house.”
My favourite nook in her room is the fireplace. Perfect spot for decor, and with the chipped and original green paint it gives the room a lovely charm.
Sharing some more corners of this interesting home. Which is a true family house with little toys and kids paintings here and there.
Claire and George did most of the necessary renovations and extension by themselves. And they exposed or renovated as many of the original features as possible. For example the floorboards and door frames are all original. And the slate fireplaces on the ground floor come from George’s parents’ converted pigsty in Somerset!
Via: Apartment Therapy
Photos: Rachel Manns
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