Drew Barrymore Shows Us Her Favorite Pieces From Her Flower Home Kids’ Line

Drew Barrymore Shows Us Her Favorite Pieces From Her Flower Home Kids’ Line


– Hi, it’s Drew Barrymore
from Flower Home Kids, and I’m giving you guys a
sneak peek of the new line. I was inspired to do a
kids line because I have a seven and a five year old,
girls, and I have been shopping for them since
I built their nurseries, and I’ve looked at a lot
of nurseries when my kids were being born and I was
thinking like Rosemary’s Baby? (dramatic, creepy music) What are we even talking about? This looks like the room is about to have like a seance, it’s so bizarre. I wanted a lot of joy, I
wanted a standard shelf to not just be a shelf,
but a storage that actually had character and looked
like an art piece in a room. Now, every piece that we
create works to mix and match so that you can really personalize it, but I think you should have
pillows that go with the lamp. I think that adds a designer-y element. And we have abundant
amounts of wall art to make your room feel really cozy, but also have themes or different animals or sayings. Storage is really important to me. I love Mr. Alligator because
he’s a great place to put toys. (light, upbeat music) I love Mr. Lion bookshelf because, I mean, who doesn’t want Mr. Lion bookshelf? (light, upbeat music) This we’re calling the cloud room. We actually made these
headboards out of a linen. I love clouds and stars and all things sort of planetary because
it’s transportive. This wall I really love because
as a mom who has collected so much wall art for her
daughters, I don’t think it matters what gender your child is in,
what are they interested in? Are they science, are they planetary? What is the theme of your kid and their passions and their curiosities? This is one of my favorite
rooms, it’s the rainbow room. Rainbows represent inclusiveness and a celebration of everyone. So we’ve got our rainbow headboard. I love animals and little
ways to display animals that don’t look totally reproduced. I wanted everything to have a hand feel. This piece is probably the one
that makes me cry the most. It’s very emotional. When I was turning 40,
my friend had my daughter do a questionnaire about me, and we turned it into this piece, actually. So this is really from my daughter. She says my mom’s name is mom, and my mom’s favorite food is salad. Her best friend is me, and
my mom’s job is to work. I encourage all parents to
do a little questionnaire with their kids and sort of
turn it into a piece of art. I love our basic cabinetry. All these rainbows can come
off and it can just become a clean white cabinet as
your children get older. This is the rainbow storage
unit that I tried to haggle a woman at a flea market, and I have to give to
her, she wouldn’t budge. I was offering her
everything and anything, so we made our own. All your junk, your toys, your cleanup goes in here, and you’re done. This is my favorite shelf. I always say a bookshelf is
a bookshelf is a bookshelf, until you realize it doesn’t have to look like any other bookshelf. This alligator-inspired room
was a print that I found and it just made me so happy,
I fell in love with it. My daughter is the biggest
animal freak you will ever meet. I call her Ace Ventura. – Alrighty then. – To me, I thought a room
that was really respectful of the way kids feel about nature
was really important to me. Lamps are a big thing. We always do shades that are unique. You will never find a standard
white linen lampshade. And if I think I’ve
seen it, or I think it’s easily available, I don’t wanna do it. I want to provide a place
here where people can go and find things they can’t
find out there in the world. I also love the cat and dog mirror. I think that cat mirror would be a really positive things for little girls. I think to train our children
into seeing their own reflection and thinking
something kind to themselves, or something that’s joyous, is excellent training for a healthier adult. I think that there’s going to
be a movement in children’s rooms where we are going to
get away from a twin bed. I think a full is something
that’s much more comfortable for mom, dad to lay in bed
and read with their kids. I love a house that you can
put a big sheet over this with some twinkle lights
underneath and make an absolute fort and pretend
it’s anywhere in the world. I also like that this has a window, but an odd one, a unique one. Another favorite bookshelf, Mr. Pear. If it’s a fruit or an animal or a rainbow, I wanna turn it into storage. And if there’s one room
in the house that can be the most loud and adventurous and joyous and colorful and bright,
it’s the kid’s room. (light, upbeat music)

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