Wondering how to furnish your child's room in such a way that it will last as long as possible? When furnishing your child's room, it is worth considering both functionality and aesthetics. While the colourful, fairy-tale design will work great for a toddler, an older child may have some reservations about it. Given how quickly children grow and how often their tastes change, it is therefore worth choosing such furniture that is characterised by classic design and some kind of universal use. This way, they will serve your child for as long as possible and you will not have to worry about replacing them frequently.
Royal timeless is Bellamy's new furniture collection. A collection for the real princess and the real prince. Classic but fanciful and decorative shapes, elegant finishes, solid structure, refined decoration – these are the characteristics of the beautiful white Royal timeless children's furniture. In combination with pastel-coloured curtains, bedspreads and blankets or other accessories in soft colours, they will create a unique, light and charming interior.
Colours have great power. Depending on their intensity, shade and warmth, they can affect us in different ways; for example orange gives us a sense of confidence and improves our mood, violet has a soothing effect, but also stimulates out-of-the-box thinking and creativity, while green calms us down, has a relaxing effect on our eyesight and helps us relax. If you wonder what colour palette would be the best to surround your little ones with from an early age to harness the beneficial effects of colours, read on!
The space in which we live influences our daily comfort, the rhythm of the day and the interaction between household members. The living room is a special place on the map of family life – it is the room that most often encourages common activities with family and friends. How to arrange the living room that is functional, beautiful and friendly for both children and adults? Can Bellamy furniture be used to arrange the area that promotes being together?