The best part of being a child is the myriad of things you can be, live or imagine. Thinking of this creative immensity, architects André Piva and Vanessa Borges, from the Andre Piva Architecture office, designed this children’s room in an apartment in Ipanema, with everything the little ones can do: stuffed animals, comfort, and striking colors.
The Scandinavian structure, with bed and gray support, light wood furniture and minimalist lines, receives playful compliments in exaggerated composition, ideal for entertaining the little ones. The explosion of shades, ranging from yellow, blue and red, also fill the accessories, such as lamps and chairs. The cosmic wallpaper still guarantees depth to the room. No way you can not bring creativity to life with so many fun elements!
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