Saturday, January 25, 2020

Solenn Heussaff Gives Tour of Thylane's Room

Video courtesy of YouTube: Solenn Heussaff

34 comments:

  1. Solenn has impeccable taste. Love it. Not just traditional pink and white.

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    1. Ang ganda ng room ng baby! Very subtle and ang gaan ng vibe ng room.

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  2. Sarap maging baby ni Solenn. Love the room. I like how they kept it very Filipino and modern.

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  3. I love Solen but i find the room’s color scheme so gloomy. I find the stuffed toys, crib, rug and rabbit with light cute though...

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    1. Binagay kasi sa theme ng buong interior ng place nila. To each their own. I like that it veers away from the norm.

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    2. jungle theme nga eh... at least hindi yung boring pink... umay na sa traditional. Solen is an artist after all.

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  4. Ganda lang ng room not your usual baby room

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    1. Pwede na yan hanggang tumanda si Thylane. This will still look classy. I remember sleeping in my room with Beatrix Potter Wallpaper and headboard until i was 17. My bed was also a giant swan😫 and my closet a periwinkle birdhouse. My mom finally caved and remodeled at 18. She held on to it kasi super mahal when she bought them abroad in the 1970’s daw

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  5. Hindi ba dapat colorful ang room para ma stimulate ang brain? Ang bata bata ginagawa ng pa artsy. It’s about their development and not aesthetic dapat

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    1. True. Especially color red kasi yun ang unang color na nakikita ng baby 0-6 months. Kaya pag magbibigay ng toy, more on red dapat to stimulate the sense of sight. That’s on a nurse’s standpoint hehe

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    2. Actually, parental engagement and attentiveness are plenty to help stimulate te the child’s brain. There’s also arguments against too much colors/ stimuli for young babies.

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    3. Let’s not even get into the argument what the baby needs to stimulate the brain or their development. Who’s to say the room is not stimulating enough, just because it lacks ‘bright’ colors. When you have a small space, not only do you think of aesthetic but also function. I think the room fulfills what it was supposed to do. A baby’s room with clean lines, functional and no clutter.

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    4. Ano nlang tong tirahan namin na all white at wlang ka decoration. Hahaha, may baby din ako. Jusko pabayaan nyo yan si Solenn, bahay nya yan at baby. 😁

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    5. It’s not the colours alone that stimulate a baby’s brain. She is breastfeeding her baby, breast milk is high in the kind of fat that’s needed for brain development. The parents’ interaction with the baby is another factor. I didn’t have a baby room for my first child. She slept with us. I breastfed her. We talked to the baby a lot. Didn’t have those bright colored toys or mobile stuff on top of cribs. In short in spite of the lack of such my kids grew up to be intelligent and achievers. I am sure the Huessaff family will give their baby a lot of stimulants other than those bright colored toys.

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    6. I think parental interaction is better than painting your room Red.

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    7. Jusko... anak ko nga walang baby room, pero natuto ng bumasa ng alphabets at one and half years old, and reading books at 2. Depende yan sa pagpapalaki ni Solenn at Nico, kahit dull colors everywhere pa sa buong house nila.

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    8. Kanya kanyang taste yan mumsh.Ito parang beach resort feels.Magagamit nga naman ng baby kahit lumaki na siya.

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    9. Dami mo naman alam

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    10. 1:45 It is not a must that a child’s room needs to be colorful. Most kids in the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s didn’t grow up with a bright and colorful room and most of them turned up well. It’s simply important to have a comfortable and clean room. Don’t worry about Solen’s child. She’ll grow up fine.

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    11. Goodness. Not all babies grew up with nursery. Don’t tell me they turned out dumb?

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    12. It’s not like ikukulong lang nila sa kwarto ang baby nila. Wag oa.

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  6. in fair maganda yung blanket design niya. i would buy it if i would have another baby.

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    1. I would buy it for myself, if they have a 1 set for pillows bed sheet and comforters for adult

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    2. Nagandahan ako sa rug.Very tasteful.

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  7. actually for the first month,black and white ang nakikita ng bata so better black and white contrast first..like yung zebra print..then they will be into colorful things when they reach 7months and older..

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  8. Why the need for a separate room? I bet bihira din nila ilagay ang baby sa room na yan because they would want her to be beside them always

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    1. Because they can? why even question it, as if it is not what millions of people do.

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    2. Rich people do that, 6:50. At dito sa US ganyan din, para daw lumaking independent ang bata.

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  9. i love the way she detailed every part of the room ❤ and the baby stuff.

    let's be positive instead of finding faults shall we?

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  10. Tinapos ko talaga. I like how solenn is sooo cool and effortlessly gorgeous. Ito ang babaeng walang kyeme

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  11. I like how Solenn was brought up. She seems very nice. And I think her daughter is going to grow up nice as well.

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  12. Nice room Solsss! She is nice tlga, we had an encounter of her in one AirAsia flight. A not so tall woman tried reaching her carry on luggage, nahirapan siya then sol was in front of her, she helped the woman with a smile.

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  13. I love every corner of Thylane's room, shes one lucky baby girl. Solenn being an artist herself really knows how to blend colors, I love that she also chose a jungle theme too. Ganda ng room tas mukang mabango at malinis pa.

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