Galvanized Pendant Light 2. Morning Stripe Quilt 3. Vintage Gooseneck Work Lamp 4.
Puzzling over what style to choose? Then try modern, industrial, minimalist and just add bright and neon touches to make it look teen-like. Choose a stylish industrial pipe bed and cover it with some colorful bedspread, create efficient storage ideas — under the bed, under the windowsill, make floating shelves.
I think we are crazy, at least I know I am. Ah well. This room has been that peach then followed by this current beige color with pink carpet for our daughters.
When I started this blog way back when, I wrote a blurb on my about page basically stating how I dreamt of an RH life—I guess dreams really do come true. Turning four years old is huge. In other words, Mommy or Daddy have no trouble whatsoever squeezing in there for snuggles and story time.
Vintage style with a common theme -- things that move -- brings a little boy's imagination to life in his bedroom. Cars, trains, airplanes, and more cover the space, making it a prime spot to play. Vintage automobile ads hung symmetrically frame the bed and coordinate with the room's red, white, and blue color scheme.
That got my mind racing with lots of different ideas, so I put some notes together and came up with a little crash course on how to get the look in your own home! However, it does mean you are decorating and styling your home with a simple and practical mindset that often comes with living the country life. Keep in mind, these are my personal opinions and definitely not rules.
Colorful accents and sophisticated antique finds do have a place in your child's room—right next to their favorite toys. The cozy nook ensures there's plenty of free floor space for playtime. The playful pattern works now, and could easily transition if the space became an office or guest room down the road.
When designing nurseries for baby boys, you want to get creative. Baby boy nursery ideas can reflect nature, sports, animals, or space. You can also stimulate the baby with a lot of colors and patterns.
I go back and forth between which is better: boys or girls. I mean, girls are pretty awesome on all accounts, but with boys you can do really adorable things to their rooms and they barely look up from their transformers long enough to put up a fight. No problem.