Ombré children’s room

march 2015

The room contains a lot of storage for toys and other small items

A large mirror with a ballet bar is mounted on the wall right next to the door. The large vertical mirror is very convenient to use and the bar is quite useful even if you are not into ballet. A kid can exercise, dress up or take a ballerina look selfies.

Ombre is a technique that gradually shades darker color tones into lighter ones or one color into another.

It started as a hair coloring technique that imitates hair fading from sun exposure. However, it’s still used in interior design, fashion design and other areas.

Darker and richer shades are placed below and gradually blend into lighter shades above just like sun-faded hair. We’ve brought this effect in furniture, window curtains, and ceiling décor elements.

Bloom Fresco company was launched by four fathers who wanted to turn furniture for kids into statement elements of the contemporary interior design.

Cabinetry handles can also be used as clothing hooks

The table looks like a classic secretary desk with several drawers where the girl can hide her notebooks and other important things. The table top is made small on purpose, to make the kid get accustomed to keeping her room clean and uncluttered.

The first secretary desk was made in 1730 and was classified as lady’s furniture. It looked like a small desk with a cabinet for papers and a pull down shelf for writing letters.

Only the most important things

Apply stretch ceilings add volume and look like vaulted arches in a fairy castle.

Apply stretch ceilings combining whole and carved sheets of stretch ceilings layered together.

Revolving border lights allow the change of lighting angles

If you remove the bows and toys and put books more appropriate for an older child on the bookshelves, you’ll get a teenage girl’s room. The room interior can transform and change together with the child and her interests without really changing the basic style.

Project was developed by:
  • Architect, interior designer — Marina Topal
  • Modeller — Artem Grozov
See also «Interior design»