Today – My Icon Story
The bedroom blues
My daughter had a little bedroom makeover earlier this year helped by Jen Stanbrook at Love Chic Living she transformed her childish bedroom into something much cooler and modern.
Blue featured heavily in A’s design wishes and the end results were absolutely amazing. From pure white and unstyled to a haven of cool her bedroom picked up Pantone’s colour of the year before it was even released.
Announced early December Classic Blue is the colour for 2020 – the Classic Blue colour is described by Pantone as “a reassuring presence instilling calm, confidence and connection”
I have always loved blue.
I also love A’s new bedroom and it was just crying out for a little piece of wall art to pick up the blue and reflect her personality.
My Icon Story prints
I approached My Icon Story and asked if I could possibly collaborate with them on a print for A’s room. I love their stuff so much and it is just so much fun.
At My Icon Story, you can literally choose the icons that represent the person the print is for. You can see in A’s below we picked out drama which she loves, Nottingham where we live and tennis which she plays each week. We included You’re fab, a guitar which she has lessons on and Little Miss Sunshine because she reflects her personality.
I was just so excited to give it to her. I love that it tells the story of who she is!
Such a unique, bespoke gift idea too.
For A we used the icon story to capture who she is and what she is interested in now but you could capture a romance, travels, pretty much anything! Isn’t it a great idea?
And doesn’t it look great in her new bedroom?
And there really are so many options of icons you could use.
You also get a special 10% discount on your first shop too.
You could make a wedding story, a travel story anything at all you like- and it’s so much fun to play around with these icons. Pop over to My Icon Story and have a go! You will be amazed at what you can create.
A collaboration with My Icon Story – you might also like my post on I love recycling by Peter Blake