While many would think of this concept as juvenile, we’re here to tell you that it is trendy and inspiring instead. Hello Kitty is not just a cartoon; it is a whole cultural icon that has defined the childhood of many people. It is only right to want to bring a little bit of that childhood nostalgia in the space that you live now. So today, we will be sharing a comprehensive guide on how to create the ultimate Hello Kitty Dreamhouse in an elegant way.
The signature Hello Kitty color scheme is obviously a combination of pink and white, so that is what you should follow. While many would think that pink is a juvenile color, we assure you that it could be catered to in a sophisticated way. Just look at the brilliant way the designers have merged the baby pink color scheme with the white in-built design elements in the image below – it is certainly an excellent reference.
Lighting is always the most difficult aspect to tackle in any interiors, and more so in a Hello Kitty themed one. You cannot use too much gold accenting because it will look displaced over the pink and white color scheme. Instead, go for white fluorescent or LED lights in simple formations with pink cove lights hidden in feature areas like the Living Room.
In order to match your furniture to the Hello Kitty theme, you have to curate some particular pieces in the market. Since going for the actual Hello Kitty themed furniture would seem a bit juvenile, you should go for furniture in whites and light shades of pink. I has to have a contemporary vibe and be totally abstract in concept.
- The Hello Kitty logo
Of course you cannot design a Hello Kitty Dreamhouse without actually incorporating the iconic Kitty face at least once. You should have the face featured on a main wall or in small doses throughout the overall space.
- The Hello Kitty Paraphernalia
If you have some Hello Kitty paraphernalia then there is no better use for it than displaying it in your themed Dreamhouse. It could be a whole feature collection or small stuff in regular spaces – like the cloth partitions in the image below.
Sometimes, matching the right materials with a creative theme could be difficult, especially if you’re designing a Hello Kitty themed interior. For example, the pink laminate in the image below is an especially curated piece that must have been pretty difficult to get a hold off.
- Merging with function
Merging your Kitty theme with function, especially in a space like the kitchen is a challenging task. You have to find the right materials to feature the right aesthetic but design the space in a way that doesn’t get in the way of the actual function of the space.