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I've always loved the Robert Abbey Delta Lamp. It comes in a slew of colors, and is so versatile — it can go in a chic office, a living room, or even kids rooms. Inspired by two rooms for the little ones, I've put together two options per room based on four different Robert Abbey Lamps.
Inspired by this pink and yellow little girls' room designed by Erika for her daughter, the items in this feminine yet fresh room for a little girl will be able to grow up with her without seeming childlike. So I started, of course, with the pink and yellow Robert Abbey Delta Lamps. Image via Small Shop Studio by Jennifer Daigle Photography.
Shopping Guide: 1. Robert Abbey Pink Delta Lamp 2. Robert Abbey Butter Delta Lamp 3. White Linen Arm Chair 4. Cream Fabric Club Chair 5. Natural Linen Accent Pillow 6. Rose Polka Dot Pillows 7. Silver Teardrop Round Mirror 8. Diamond Glass Mosaic Mirror 9. Blush Throw Blanket 10. Blue and White Ceramic Vase
For little boys, I was inspired by this neutral nursery designed by Sissy + Marley. The great thing about neutral pieces is that they can stand the test of time. You can change up the less expensive accessories to change the look of the room throughout the years. For the little boy's rooms I chose the green and taupe Robert Abbey lamps to build each room around. Kids rooms can have color without being overwhelming, and these contemporary table lamps are the perfect way to bring in that color. Image by Marco Ricca for Sissy + Marley, seen on Little Lovely.
Shopping Guide: 1. Robert Abbey Apple Delta Lamp 2. Robert Abbey Taupe Delta Lamp 3. Linen Wood Club Chair 4. Swivel Accent Chair 5. Knots Accent Pillow 6. Blue and Beige Striped Pillow 7. Retro Wall Clock 8. Insect Wall Art 9. Grey Union Jack Rug 10. Green Striped Rug
Meg Biram is a digital media and brand consultant, and the founder of lifestyle blog http://www.megbiram.com. Her site, originally founded in 2007 as MIMI+MEG, covers fashion, interiors, art, and business. Prior to consulting, she was a senior designer at Hallmark Cards, Inc. Her curated aesthetic evolved over years of art classes and magazine subscriptions. When she's not blogging or consulting, she's encouraging others to follow their passions in life, traveling, or painting.