To lift the hand who, like me, is a nostalgic and saved some of the toys of his childhood when their children are born. Yes, it is possible that these toys don’t shine much nor have so many buttons that are now in the stores but that have hundreds of stories and memories that come to mind just to see them. The child’s bedroom I bring you today has used precisely the vintage toys his grandparents for garnish.
The owner of this bedroom, Nico, had just turned two years and parents decided to change his baby bedroom for another older child. As you can see, they chose a bright blue for walls and they went to Ikea to buy most of the furniture that we see, as the bed, the chest of drawers and shelves.
What gives more personality to the room are precisely the toys of the grandfather, I find on the shelves and walls. The Slate You can see above have made it with special paint slate and framing it with wood. As always, I put something that generates dust in a bedroom it seems a bad idea although aesthetically it is very good.
For me, use the Toys vintage for a child’s bedroom decor That’s a good idea. The problem would come if we do not allow children to play with them, what need is there that get it wrong? That Yes, aesthetically, it is a success, they have managed to fill a few Ikea furniture on a shoestring budget with personality. You also keep your toys for your children?
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