Little Maji’s mother is a fan of Scandinavian design and decor, so she decided to decorate the nursery this way and add vintage elements for a cuter look. The room was set up in such a way that it could be changed quite often and quickly and developed the passion for decorating.
The room is in the attic and on the small side so it was a good idea to make it completely white and off-white as it is not only Scandinavian but also visually enlarges the space. The floors are also rather light and consist of whitewashed laminate. Pastel colors have been added to create a delicate combination, mostly mint but also dusty pinks and blues as this is a girl’s room.
The attic ceiling did not become a problem, the floor was divided into two parts according to the ceiling and one of them became a sleeping zone and the second a play area.
The furniture is simple and traditional: a white cot, chest, chest of drawers and a wardrobe. All furniture can be changed depending on the age and needs of the child. You can see mint raindrops above the crib, but these aren’t wallpapers, they’re removable stickers that can be swapped out for others.
The toys are also Scandi-inspired, simple and mostly white, and you can see the iconic Miffy lamp that doubles as a toy. There are numerous handcrafted decorations such as garlands, pillows or fabric sacks for toys made by the little girl’s mother.