It being spring, many of us will be planning a revamp of our homes to let in the sunlight and to add a bit of bright, cheerful colour. I even find myself inspired to do something other than languidly flicking a duster over the bookshelves. But when it comes to Caitlin’s and Ieuan’s bedroom, I’ve found the best policy is to straighten their duvets and back hastily out.
Happily, I have just discovered Reroom Children’s Interiors – the brain-child of two hard-working mums with 6 kids between them who could show me a thing or two in the organisation and keeping of a respectable house with kids in it. Katy and Wendy have a background in interiors and their passion is to create rooms which are coordinated without being ‘matchy-matchy’. Something I have never managed in any case.
Reroom’s website is full of meticulously hand-picked furnishings and accessories and, even better, it’s a British company where every effort is made to source the highest quality products from the best UK manufacturers.
You can buy an entire bedroom – for example “Away With The Fairies Complete Fairy Bedroom” or the “Whaley Good Complete Nautical Bedroom” where everything is curated for you to simply install at home.
Or you can just browse through the collections of gorgeous accessories, blinds, clocks, bedding, lighting, storage, paint and wall art. The list is quite extensive and all the items are just that little bit more special than you’ll generally find on the high street.
There is something to suit every budget, whether you’re looking at a full overhaul or just want to inject a few special details into your child’s room.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for, Katy and Wendy are happy to receive suggestions for new pieces and designs.
Reroom Children’s Interiors Giveaway
If you’re looking to refresh your children’s bedrooms, I have £50 to give away to one lucky winner to spend on the Reroom website. Entry is via the GLEAM widget and terms and conditions apply which you can find on my giveaways page.
The giveaway ends at 11:59 pm on Sunday 22nd April and is open to UK entrants only.
Don’t forget to let me know what you would spend your £50 on in the comments below.