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    17 Scandinavian Kid's Room Design Ideas You'll Want To Steal

    Stockholm take me away.

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    1. This hanging bassinet will be a Danish baby's first home.

    See more at Design Mom.

    2. Eclectic pillows add color to white spaces.

    Danish-based company OY OY has an amazing collection.

    3. This tiny space was turned into an epic hideaway for two brothers.

    See the rest of this incredible hideaway by Kalle Thesbjerg, from Denmark, at Rafa-kids.

    4. Wall stickers can add an unexpected splash of color.

    These are from Selig.

    5. A white canvas makes the design options endless.

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    Danish architect Friedericke Faller built upwards to create a space that worked for both of his children.

    6. White's not the only way.

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    Simple lines and functional furniture work in any color combination.

    7. Shelves of eclectic toys add elements of personality.

    8. Color coordination can go a long way.

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    9. There's no need for nursery-specific furniture beyond the crib.

    This Copenhagen family found great, solid pieces that will likely remain in use long after the kids are grown.

    10. Sometimes all it takes is a corner to create a nursery.

    This space for a babe is situated in the corner of a larger room.

    11. Integrate kids areas seamlessly into your own.

    12. One central piece of artwork can give the room a sense of theme.

    13. This artfully designed boy's room is a visual adventure.

    See more of the designer's work HERE.

    14. Splitting the space? Let visual cues do the work for you. / Via

    Denmark-founded Flexa makes incredible options for kids rooms.

    15. Well curated accents can add a great sense of whimsy.

    You can get your hands on that bambi lamp, HERE.

    16. Get creative with vertical space.

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    17. Blend new and vintage for a look that's all your own.

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