We have two rooms for the three boys: one big shared room and a small bedroom that was J’s nursery and is now our tween’s.
The big room has been slow to come together. Little boys interests change so often, not to mention that they are tornadoes that leave a mess in their wake.
I’m now ready to make a push to polish their space. As I discussed in this post on my steps for designing a room, and inspired by the Design Cookbook, here’s my recipe for the little boys’ room.
- Main color palette of navy and light neutrals
- Natural materials like wood, metal, and leather
- Whimsical accents like bunting in red and other fun colors
- Eclectic gallery wall with elements like a paper mache bust, kids art, and quotes
- Hideout area
- An unexpected sophisticated touch such as wallpaper or a luxurious fabric
I developed this recipe by collecting my favorite images on a Pinterest board.
Here are some of my favorite inspiration rooms:
Photo by Julia Lynn design by Jenny Keenan
From Design Sponge
From New York Cottages and Gardens
And here’s a list of projects I’ve already done for our boys’ room:
I’m looking forward to showing you the latest updates soon!