Battistella Nidi Childrens Bedroom Compostion No 26 from Go Modern
Battistella Nidi Childrens Bedroom Compostion No 26 from Go Modern
Go Modern FurnitureGo Modern Furniture
The Battistella Nidi Bedroom Composition No 26 has been saved over 11,000 times here on HOUZZ and features in countless professional "Ideabooks". This exciting contemporary bedroom design is just part of Battistella Nidi’s extensive collection of modular, fitted bedroom furniture for children and teenagers from Go Modern. Wardrobes and cupboards have been fitted around the bed space, which here contains a slightly raised bed with a pull-out bed below for those ever popular sleepovers! For extra storage, the pull-out bed also includes some really useful drawers beneath. A series of shelves (painted here in striking Limone yellow, just one of Nidi's range of bright zingy colours) has been added to the end of the wardrobe. Complete the look with a smart matching desk and swivel chair? Of course everything is available separately, in different sizes and colours, which range from fun bright children's colours to neutrals, more suited to teenagers or young adults. To match our beds we have a superb collection of mattresses, which are handmade, interior sprung, with duo pad natural fillings, the perfect fit for all our children's beds. Go Modern offer a huge range of children and teenager's bedroom furniture, as well as a vast collection of living, dining and garden furniture. We can also deliver to almost any country in the world. For further information, or to create your own bespoke bedroom composition, please call our helpful and friendly design team on 020 7731 9540 or visit our London showroom in the heart of Chelsea's Design Quarter at 565 Kings Road, London.
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Teenage Girls Just Want To Have Fun!
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I was hired by the parents of a soon-to-be teenage girl turning 13 years-old. They wanted to remodel her bedroom from a young girls room to a teenage room. This project was a joy and a dream to work on! I got the opportunity to channel my inner child. I wanted to design a space that she would love to sleep in, entertain, hangout, do homework, and lounge in. The first step was to interview her so that she would feel like she was a part of the process and the decision making. I asked her what was her favorite color, what was her favorite print, her favorite hobbies, if there was anything in her room she wanted to keep, and her style. The second step was to go shopping with her and once that process started she was thrilled. One of the challenges for me was making sure I was able to give her everything she wanted. The other challenge was incorporating her favorite pattern-- zebra print. I decided to bring it into the room in small accent pieces where it was previously the dominant pattern throughout her room. The color palette went from light pink to her favorite color teal with pops of fuchsia. I wanted to make the ceiling a part of the design so I painted it a deep teal and added a beautiful teal glass and crystal chandelier to highlight it. Her room became a private oasis away from her parents where she could escape to. In the end we gave her everything she wanted. Photography by Haigwood Studios
Teenage Girls Just Want To Have Fun!
Teenage Girls Just Want To Have Fun!
Interiors by NatashaInteriors by Natasha
I was hired by the parents of a soon-to-be teenage girl turning 13 years-old. They wanted to remodel her bedroom from a young girls room to a teenage room. This project was a joy and a dream to work on! I got the opportunity to channel my inner child. I wanted to design a space that she would love to sleep in, entertain, hangout, do homework, and lounge in. The first step was to interview her so that she would feel like she was a part of the process and the decision making. I asked her what was her favorite color, what was her favorite print, her favorite hobbies, if there was anything in her room she wanted to keep, and her style. The second step was to go shopping with her and once that process started she was thrilled. One of the challenges for me was making sure I was able to give her everything she wanted. The other challenge was incorporating her favorite pattern-- zebra print. I decided to bring it into the room in small accent pieces where it was previously the dominant pattern throughout her room. The color palette went from light pink to her favorite color teal with pops of fuchsia. I wanted to make the ceiling a part of the design so I painted it a deep teal and added a beautiful teal glass and crystal chandelier to highlight it. Her room became a private oasis away from her parents where she could escape to. In the end we gave her everything she wanted. Photography by Haigwood Studios

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