I don’t get the time to do a lot of actual design work in my daily life, as evidenced by my master bedroom, bathroom, basement and guest bathroom, which all look like we just moved in. But the very least a baby can do is motivate you to get at least ONE more room done in a nine month period.
I wanted Oliver’s room to be light, playful, not too babyish, and reminiscent of vintage national park posters. I wanted it to have the elements of a little boy’s adventure fantasy, but also feel modern and clean. Since it’s been several months, a lot of my sources might be discontinued, so early apologies for that!Globe | Pencils | Art, DIY | Feather Garland, DIY
Since the woodland theme was so prominent this last Christmas, I took full advantage and used quite a few Christmas decorations, like the deer head ornament above for super inexpensive decor. When you’re planning a room or a thematic party (Margot’s first birthday was bird themed and since it was in March, we used a ton of egg decorations out for Easter), keep your eyes open in seasonal decor – especially after the holiday, when it’s clearance!Wood Deer Head , DIY with Kit | Ikea kitchen cart | Electric Lantern, DIY (Similar) | Recliner (Similar) | Crib with custom painted base This Moose Belongs to Me | Changing Pad Cover and Quilt by my fabulous Aunt! using Indian Summer Fabrics | Polka Dot Crib Sheet | Teepee, DIY by Oliver’s Grandparents Vintage Poster Calendar | Moose Hook, Marshalls | Antlers, Christmas Ornaments DIY painted
Cable knit blanket | Pregnant belly, DIY
Hope you enjoyed Ollie’s room! At some point we’ll step back even further in time and show Margot’s nursery from our home in Atlanta. For now, I have to put said adventurer into said bed. Good night!