My daughter’s big kid room
My daughter’s big kid room
Our basement playroom is designed with 5 different zones of play! Can you spot them all?
Answer: Gross Motor, Reading, Calming, Pretend Play, Small World Play
Beautiful wallpaper is from “Livette’s wallpaper” for the main wall in the kids room.
Natural decor, beige bed canopy and wooden furniture and toys.
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Siena’s Parisian Playroom was inspired by our love for the City of Light. I designed the room around Anewall’s Parisian Street Mural Wallpaper, and then commissioned a local Austin artist, Susie Stokes Gibson, to create a Paris-themed mural. My husband, a woodworker, created a custom cubby design for toy storage. The room has a calming, neutral palette with pops of pink and a French whimsical vibe- We love spending time playing in this room!
Girls can like planes too! Our littlest lady has aspirations of one day becoming a female fighter jet pilot just like Phoenix on Top Gun Maverick! She asked for a Pink Fighter Jet themed birthday, and I searched high and low to meet those requests! It was a great way to celebrate both her birthday and passion! FLY LIKE A GIRL!
And on the 12th day.. before Advent.. Momma Elf was busy preparing the Advent Calendars and Gift Boxes to kick off the season on December 1st! I always begin with the sweetest seasonal pajamas, new ornaments based on new interests, seasonal books, and a few extra special items to add in some extra Christmas Magic 💫
We had a Spooktacular time enjoying our Boo Basket celebration!
We had a mini magical celebration for our 6 year old.
A shared bedroom fit for two adventurous little boys!
I have been working on a little room refresh for our youngest two boys, Conway (3) and Stone (2). The inspiration for their room came from some vintage postcards we bought while on vacation and it has since evolved into a National Park/adventure themed room.
Their room cannot accommodate two twin beds without sacrificing on play space, so I opted for bunk beds! We love how the bunk beds have allowed the boys to have a nice, big area to play and run around. One of the biggest things I did before starting their room refresh was minimize toys. Toys accumulate so quickly around here! The boys have one toy storage cabinet with 9 small, felt bins that holds all of their toys and isn’t an eye sore for their room. If there is one thing I have learned with my boys’ rooms, it’s that less is more!
The star of the room is definitely the Hot Air Balloon wallpaper from Livette’s. Isn’t it darling?! I love the vintage feel it brings to the room and it plays along so well with the National Park theme. I chose to go with hot air balloons to always remind my boys to seek adventure, be brave and fearless and to always “fly” wherever the Lord leads them in life.
During designing my son bedroom I was focused on details and colors. I wanted to add some unique accents, which is hard to find in regular stores. My idea was to use and mix few colors like green, yellow and navy blue and still stay in minimal look. You can find here a vintage pieces and some modern accents as well. I use wallpaper on one wall and green paint to get more color to bedroom. I feel this room is perfect for my toddler.
My little guy has been obsessed with the trash truck since he’s been able to show expression. I wanted to create a theme for Lennon’s 3rd birthday that focused on changing the world, recycling, and saving the planet while concentrating on his love for the trash truck.
We started with a color palette of sage, slate blue, brown, yellow, and a darker green. From there, I was set on building out a whole center for Lennon that focused on recycling inclusive of the truck, of course, a recycle can with an image of a tree as part of saving the planet, a rack with Waste Management vests, and a recycling center that focused on all the items we can recycle.
Cat from Modest Peach absolutely nailed this build-out and my vision. We used the recycle cart as a dessert stand to showcase all the incredibly beautiful desserts and cakes made by Dien of Sweet Deetails. Dien also designed the graphic of Lennon as a Waste Recycle Worker. We also customized each child at the party with a graphic design of themselves as a Waste Recycle Worker. Malisa from Creative Amme then created place cards for each child for their table settings. I also got customized trash can utensil holders with each child’s name made and ideally suited stir sticks of a recycling truck and the phrase “Let’s Change The World.”
Party Shop Ave did an amazing balloon install to resemble trashing coming out of cans, and the truck and Shana from Sharp Balloons made Lennon’s little garbage truck balloon that he would not let go of. As always, Brie from Pavan Floral stunned us with her gorgeous floral arrangements. We also had bumper cars for the kids, a massive hit provided by Busy Bee Soft Play rentals.
The highlight of all was the Waste Management team arriving. I have never seen a happier Lennon. They let him go into the truck and blow the horn. They brought him a present. It was truly special. Hopefully, these kids understood the importance of recycling and striving to save this planet. Photos by the incredible Kara Coleen never fail to capture every event so beautifully.
A safari jungle theme bedroom for a little girl. A full sized wardrobe and dresser for a room that will last many years to come
I wanted to motivate my toddler to sleep in his bed all night and not come to mamas room so I re did his room and so far it has worked!
We LOVE the ocean and knew we wanted to do some kind of nautical nursery, regardless of our baby’s gender. When we found out we were having a girl, we were surprised at how hard it was to find gender neutral or girl items to decorate with. We chose pink and turquoise to anchor (pun intended) the space with little nods to the sea like the paddle, anchor hooks, rope mirror, woven pouf, and clothing dividers. We also swapped out the hardware on the change table to boat cleats and choose the Nook mattress in Glass color both for safety and because the “pebbles” look like bubbles.
We love the result – just enough of a theme to pull the room together but not too much that things look out of place if they aren’t ocean themed. Our girl Tia loves it!
This project was for a young boy who was named after a famous Astronomer, Tycho. With a name like that we wanted him to be fully immersed in everything outer space!
My girls and I LOVE a celebration! Valentines Day or Galentines Day is up there with our favorites! Each year since my eldest has been in school, she’s wanted to share her Donut Shop Valentines with her classmates. They are a super sweet spin on a regular valentine! Plus, enjoy some inspiration for my Love Baskets, some favorite Valentine books, and Galentines party ideas!
Combined my daughters two favorite things to create her first big girl room of her dreams!!
With a house full of boys I wanted my daughter to have a girly space to call her own.