The French country style is chic, refined, adorable and very popular. It’s something like shabby chic, rustic, refined vintage and chic – all rolled into one. Such a style is ideal for feminine spaces, but it can also be pretty universal. Today I want to share some cool ideas for decorating a bedroom in this effortless but very chic style.
The French country style is all about neutral and creamy tones. They are inviting, cozy and soft. Light gray, taupe, beige, white, cream, buttermilk, and pastel colors are just right for creating such a space.
This style does not require bold shades, so you should interest the room in other ways. A good idea is to play with textures: use wood – whitewashed and light only, stone, wicker, and a variety of textiles – curtains, bedspreads, bed linen, carpets, and furniture covers.
The furniture should be shabby chic or vintage, opt for a metal frame or a wooden bed with carved legs. Choose reclaimed wooden dressers and chests. Rustic and shabby chic accents are just the thing for you. You can combine different pieces of rustic and shabby chic style for a cool look. Don’t forget lamps and lights! A refined vintage chandelier is a must for such a bedroom as it screams French chic!
Galaxies, constellations, stars, starry skies and all the things related to them are very popular for decorations, outfits and also with children! Kids love to look up at the sky, study galaxies and other things related to outer space, and to keep their interest you can make some galaxy slime. Slime is a great tactile and sensory activity, has a rubbery and smooth texture, and is so fun to touch and experiment with. Here are the coolest DIY recipes from all over the web.
Galaxy Slime is usually made in deep blues, purples, and even black as these are the colors that set the stage of the night sky, and you can add sparkling glitters and sequins to resemble stars. This glittering Midnight Galaxy Slime is absolutely mesmerizing as it glows even in the dark! Read the tutorial to find out how to do it and enjoy!
If your kids love fun and hands-on activities and you can make this great night sky slime for them. It's a perfect space-themed activity or just a great science activity that will spark your kids' interest in space and the stars. Remember, mucus is not safe to taste and should be avoided in children who may be tempted to put it in their mouth. Make sure you always have supervision while kids are using slime.
This is a really amazing galaxy slime in black with glittering and shiny stars that really make you out of this world! This slime is a combination of 3 different slimes so you have to make them all and then combine them into one, but this bold slime is absolutely worth it! It will be a great party favor for the kids to give to their friends. Simply place the slime in airtight containers and it's ready to be spread out.
This galaxy slime is a beautiful and bright color - purple! Making this slime is a lot easier than you might think because the secret ingredient is glitter glue in purple. Read how it's done and let your kids play with it.
This galaxy slime may not show off the real galaxy colors, but it's super colorful, super bright, and fun! Colorful toys are usually catchy children's eyes, so this one will be a hit. Sparkling star confetti will make your slime a little more fun so spread it all!
If your kids are into stars, planets, and galaxies, galaxy slime might be for you! This recipe is like making regular slime, but uses colors that are reminiscent of the night sky: black, purple, and blue. The trick to getting this magical, swirling slime is to prep each color individually and then smooth them together. Read how to do it and make your children happy with it!
This galaxy slime is made up of different colors, including the brightest, and you can create as many shades as you like. Kids will love making their own galactic slime that mixes up these different glittery slimes. And no galaxy slime will look like real galaxies! The best part is that this slime recipe is simple - only 3 ingredients!
This slime from a shining glitter galaxy is great for kids to play with! The key element is that it can be customized even after it's created! Just add more liquid starch if it's too sticky and add more glue if it's too sticky. Stretch it out on the trays and swirl different parts into beautiful galactic vortices. Enjoy!