Can anyone explain me why such an inspiring brands like Bloomingville or House doctor don't have a children room section? ( happily there is a Ferm Living with a big range of products for kids ) The companies would like to decorate our kitchens, living rooms , bathrooms and gardens and it looks like the children's room is kind of left over. We can just pick up few things from their collection and put them to a children's room. That's what I just did for this post. Betina Stampe (owner of the Bloomingville) has 4 daughters, so it's even more interesting there is not special girl department ;-) but with a lot of pink and gold it is a very feminine collection (I think!)
Today I'm showing you a new Bloomingville collection for fall/winter 2013
where there is only ONE modern teenager's bedroom photo! ;-)
For the ones who don't know the company. Bloomingville is a Danish brand established in 2000.
It started with two people Betina & Simon Stampe,
and grew into established company of 40 employes and 40 agents around Europe.
" The unique Bloomingville's style is a mixture of raw products with a nostalgic scandinavian twist and reproductions of fantastic pieces from times past inspired by French brocante " .
You can watch the new catalogue here : bloomingville