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Welcome a baby in a 3 rooms

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A couple is preparing for the arrival of a baby in their apartment. A three-piece to share, with a room for the baby, a room for parents, not to mention a desk and dressing area! Coach, Sophie Ferjani explains how she has redesigned the layout and decoration according to the way of life of its inhabitants ...

1. Refit the volumes of the entire apartment

A 3-room apartment is ideal for the first child, but when you are used to live there and work as a couple, it's not easy to find a place. So I was called to redecorate but also rethink the office and the current room to finally get an office, two bedrooms and a dressing room.

My customers being only tenant of the places, it was not question of cutting down partitions, it is also with a little logic and recoil that I redisposed the volumes.

2. In the same room: the baby's room and a dressing room

In the baby's bedroom, a dressing room is composed of Ikea white lacquered pedestals and doors and is very discreet in the corner of the room. In order for the baby to find its bearings, a suspended cradle was placed in the center of the room (natiloo.com) on a thick bear skin rug (AM PM). Suspension (pure-deco.com) and metal shelves (AM PM) bring color.

3. A parental room that preserves privacy

In the parents' room, the bed's position is supported by a wide strip of matt paint that, from the headboard to the overhanging ceiling, gives it a bit of privacy like a bedstead.

4. An office in the parents' room

In the same room, we placed the parents' bed and the office area with plenty of storage space. I installed in front of many storage libraries (Ikea) for all professional papers and computer. In the evening, they can disappear behind curtains installed on rail. Only the antique shop remains visible in the sleeping area.


To know more about Sophie Ferjani: www.lesjolieschoses.

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