Winter Woodland

You'll have probably noticed that for the last season or two, the colour Orange has been making quite the come back in the style stakes. 

A couple of weeks ago, kids' interior stylist, Fi Campos, spent the day styling our Fargo loft bed with small double bed with a festive look. We asked her to talk us through the ideas as she styled ...

"When people say 'Scandi, woodland theme' to me, I get quite a strong wood, red and white vibe, with the typical folklore style prints. But for Little Folks Furniture, I wanted to create something different for them.

Rusty orange has been a huge game changer for the past season in terms of influencing the way in which colour is used. I thought it'd be great to reflect this hue and build a whole set around orange and grey, which is just such a fabulous colour scheme for shared spaces.

We chose a vibrant orange paint for the wall. For something similar, you could try Charlotte's Locks by Farrow & Ball which has such a lovely depth of colour.

We then wallpapered some reindeer props that were created from an MDF slot together pattern. The wallpaper was by Bernwood, Arthouse and it was just the perfect scandi influence with a grey and orange combination.

I sourced this beautitful block print brushed cotton grey duvet cover by The Linen Store, which is just so soft and although quite festive looking, would totally work as a year-round duvet set.

The grey and orange combination initially felt a little stark, so I added in some blush pinks and golds to create a softer, more harmonious look. 

Blush pink and orange is a modern, trend led combination at the moment which is such a beautiful pairing.

Finally, we finished off the space with some layers of textured blankets and cushions, and also some wall art and trinkets. "

We love the look, and think it's a modern take on our usual classic styling, so thank you, Fi! 

Tune in for more festive frivolities next week.