Boy’s Toddler Bedroom

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Chase's Toddler Bedroom

Design Inspiration

I wanted to make my son's transition from nursery to "Big Boy" bedroom as comfortable as possible.  So I decorated his new room with all of his favorite things (Pirates, Baseball, Curious George & Reading).

With his nursery I had used pastel colors, so for this bedroom I wanted to incorporate bolder colors.  I love the combination of the Navy Blue and Lime Green.

Decorating Style


Project Details

The drapes in this room are actually shower curtains from Target.  I wanted the drapes to be able to pull to just one side.


The rug is also from Target


He has an "Anywhere" Chair from Pottery Barn Kids||NoFacet-_-NoFacet-_-NoMerchRules

The quilt I found at TJ Maxx

Sheets are Curious George from Pottery Barn Kids||NoFacet-_-NoFacet-_-Top_Marketing_Rule

A lot of items I had found at antique shows (the trunk beside bed, wooden ships and toy box).

The majority of the picture frames were just old frames I had around the house.  I just bought a couple of cans of spray paint to give them some new life.

His name that is spelled out on the shelf use to hang above his crib.  The letters I had gotten at JoAnn's a few years ago, and again I spray painted them to make them pop.

The box on his night stand I had found at Hobby Lobby and I stenciled on the "READ" with a black sharpie.

I used book jackets from my son's favorite stories as artwork.

The "Dream Big Little One" print that hangs above his bed is from my Etsy Shop


One comment

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    Hi, nice room! Was wondering where you got the bed frame from as I am shopping for one.


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