13.11.12

little bedroom + Roxy Marj coloring posters

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After mentioning the new bed we got yesterday, I thought I'd share some more of Israel's little room. It's not very big and rarely clean on top of being pretty small so I don't often want to take photos in here but I had to do some organizing after getting his bed together.
The real reason though is to share these coloring poster my friend Roxy (and blog sponsor if you may notice) who is this wonder woman of talents. She's an illustrator and textile designer who recently created these large posters that kids can color on. Smart right?
She has 4 different styles but I love this rug version, designed after an old Kilim, it's filled with fun faces and patterns. Roxy kept the parents in mind with this as well, considering what we would want to have hanging in our house as well.
She hit the nail on the head, in my opinion. Check out the other 3 styles here!

30 comments:

  1. I am always so happy looking at your photos :)

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  2. i love this room! such a good example of minimalist, simple design very well executed. thank you for sharing :)

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  3. These coloring posters are so much fun! I love how risky they are too (considering a kid would probably continue on the wallpaper!). And what a great selection of books for Israel, also loooove the way they are presented.

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  4. Love the room and love your blog! Where are the little white containers you hung to fill with markers etc from?

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  5. I like the little dog with the bow tie picture and that large coloring page rug is amazing. I've been thinking of making something a little like that for a while, and seeing it in real life is inspiring me to get to it.

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  6. Oh, gorgeous! Love, love, love!

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  7. Beautiful pictures! I love the books and how they are displayed, too. Funny, I just hung my son´s little red ukulele up on the wall, too, and think it´s the best place!

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  8. Wow, lovely room. Love the black floor, want that too ;)

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  9. Lovely styling going on here. Really like your use of black&white with accents of colour as well as utilising the space so well. Where did you source the fruit cushions?

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  10. this room is awesome, wish i had a room like that ahah

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  11. This beauty makes me want a child NOW! :)

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  12. His room is soooo cute! Love it.

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  13. What a fab room! Can you please tell me where you got the Lego storage from? We only have them in single red rectangles here in OZ...I love the modular version and the extra colours! Giant colouring in posters? What a great idea! Off to check them out...

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  14. Jennifer! Thanks so much for sharing my posters with your readers! I noticed because every day I check my etsy stats and today there was a significant spike...thanks to you! :-[) Israel's bedroom is just too cute...you don't want me to come visit because I will take all his Moomin paraphernalia! lol :) xo

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  15. this is such a great place for a kid to grow and learn, so calm and peaceful!
    Great post, and beautiful pictures!

    Gabriela
    http://www.lilactree.com.br

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  16. Where did you end up purchasing Israel's bed from? It's perfect!

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  17. my friend roxy! whatta gal. and what a funky little room! i hope israel colours those posters up!

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  18. I love his room...with the pops of color. And what a clever way of displaying/organizing his books. :)

    http://www.happypaperplace.com/

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  19. great posters. sometimes i think kids stuff is better than adults... and those apple cushions are lush.

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  20. oh my, am i in love with this room!!

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  21. Is it completely ridiculous that as an adult, married, with no children that I want lots of the stuff Israel has in his room for me/my home??? (I already have the nesting dolls but really fance the little elephant and a heap of other bits and bobs too!!).

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  22. Love the room! Where did you get his bed from?

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  23. Hi. Lucky Israël :) He has quite a nice room !!!
    Do you know where I could find that kind of shelves to organize my son books ? I can see it in many blogs but I really don't know where it come from.
    thanks a lot for your help.

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  24. Hi, this room looks perfekt in size to me.
    How did you make that little mobile stovetop?
    I've been thinking about the same thing since we live really small.
    Would be grateful for a tip.

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  25. Hi, I love the floating bookshelves, where did you buy them from?

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  26. The floating bookshelves and the organizers for pens and such looks likes the ones from IKEA.
    Where is the dog poster from?

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  27. That's Lisa bengtsson poster named tillsam mans poster named Hugo- I googled it - I am so in love with this room! Heart heart heart!

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  28. wow. I like the black and white especially the dog poster . looks great without frame.

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  29. I am hoping someone can help with details on where to find the floating bookshelf? I have searched google with no luch and IKEA don't have them....

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  30. I found similar book shelves on amazon. I really love this room! great job

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