- A Project For: Marcus
- Age: Two and a Half
- Location: Toronto, ON
It's incredible how easy it is to accumulate a mountain of toys over two years. These were my goals in creating a toddler room for my son:
- Have only the age appropriate toys in the room (all baby toys went into storage)
- Keep them off the floor
- Have the toys easily accessible
It all started with the colours in the Dwell "transportation" themed bumper for the bedding. I grabbed the gray and blue tones for the wall paint, and everything else just came together.
Clean. Modern. Functional.
- Crib & Dresser - (An image of the toddler conversion bed has been updated - see last image) Netto Moderne
- Hidden Bed Rail - Tucked under the fitted sheet is the Inflatable Bed Rail by The Shrunks
- Bedding - Dwell Studio Transportation
- Shelving - Ikea Expedit
- Gray Cube Storage Baskets - Real Canadian Superstore
- Table & Chairs - (Painted to match the gray on the walls) Ikea Latt
- Play Mat - Skip Hop Playspot Interlocking Foam Tiles
- Blue Wooden Whale Bank - ToysRUs
- Custom Canvas Art - Piecemaker Studio
I have more than one favourite item.
- Custom Canvas Art - Not only cause I make them, but because it's such an easy way to dress up a bare wall.
- Tiered platform the whale is sitting on - I was using these Debbie Travis Ledges as shelves before, and loved them so much that I had to find another use for them.
- Chair Cushions - Marcus does not really need his crib bumper anymore, but I'm attached to it for some reason. I cut up four sections, sewed and placed them onto his new chairs (I ended up with just enough bumper length to stretch around the sides and back of his bed).
- Book Shelf - It's really just his old baby change table (minus the pad). I had to find a use for it because I didn't want put another item into our already filled storage.
If you are able to find new uses for old things, it really helps the transition process.
Posted on December 16, 2011 17,794 views
Project By:Mrs. Piecemaker
After searching far and wide for the perfect wall art to compliment her son's nursery, Mrs. Piecemaker decided to design her own. Piecemaker Studio was born to help loving parents display specially personalized pieces for their little ones.> more projects by Mrs. Piecemaker
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