A safari-inspired bedroom fit for a toddler. See the full room details at sincerelysarahanne.com
The starting-off point for this room were the animal bookends Easton had in his nursery. I knew I wanted to use them again in his toddler room paired with a large wall map. Once I found the lion bust, I knew his room would be safari-inspired.
My style is contemporary with a few modern elements mixed in. I love having a general theme of a room without having that theme punch you in the face as soon as you walk in. The safari theme is there, but subtle.
- Twin bed- Craigslist find
- Large wall map- eBay
- Lion bust- Serena & Lily
- Bedding and ‘E’ pillow- Serena and Lily
- Chair- Pottery Barn Kids
- Mid-century dresser- Craigslist find
- Ladder bookshelf- handmade by Daddy
- Curtains- Serena and Lily (discontinued item that I got for $15 a panel!)
- Curtain rod- Curtain and Bath Outlet
- Animal rug- Pottery Barn Kids
- Animals bookends- Serena and Lily
- Wall frames- Pottery Barn
- All other frames- Home Goods
- Sunburst mirror- handmade by me
- Authentic boomerang- brought back from Australia by Aunt KiKi and Uncle Growler
- Bird mobile- handmade by me
- Wreath on front door- handmade by KiKi and cousin Rylie
- Afghan on chair- handmade by Grandma
- ‘Easton’ letter blocks- Hudson Block Co.
My favorite item in the room is the green bed. It was just the right amount of pop that I needed. It grabs your attention without being overbearing.
When wanting to do a theme for a room, don't go overboard. Pick a few items that go with your theme and then leave the rest neutral. The theme of the room is still seen and the few pieces that you did choose to match will really make a statement.