Toddler Room Reveal!!Interiors
Navy’s toddler room is finished and I’m excited to share it with you! I wanted the room to echo her temperament and it was so special to design it knowing her growing personality. The space is sweet, intentional, and girly but in a soft, swooned way. Im so happy how it turned out =)
With interiors I always start with one statement idea. The vision for Navy’s room began with the window seat, which felt nostalgic as it was a childhood dream of mine (!!) – definitely living through her =) A neutral palette with shades of and pops of terracotta set the tone. The floral wallpaper, rattan accents and vertical shiplap add dimension, texture and interest to the space.
Sharing more details on the space and some of my favorite pieces below!
Wallpaper is an easy way to make a big impact in a room. I started with Etsy (my go to for wallpaper) to find a pattern that would add interest without being distracting. I found this neutral, lovely, oversized floral pattern. It covers the wall behind Navy’s bed, wraps around the window seat and is the perfect design complement to the space!
As exciting as the new toddler bed is Navy is still sleeping in her crib, and will be for a while longer. I wanted to get the room finished before having to juggle two under two – ha! Now it is ready for her to transition when the time comes. When Navy does move to her new bed we are definitely starting with this bedrail safety attachment for mine and Mad’s peace of mind =))
RATTAN is a recurring theme, which you’ll see through furniture, mirrors and decor. I love how it adds warmth, texture, and a sculptural element making a soft space more dynamic!
My favorite part of the room hands down is the window seat!! I’ve always dreamed of having one as a little girl and love that Navy will grow up having this special nook. The window seat isn’t only a beautiful element in the room but it’s FUNCTIONAL – the seats double as storage and there’s built in shelving on either side. Check, check!
The window seat is framed with shiplap. Honestly I wasn’t sure I’d love it right away, but I am so glad I went for it! I love how texture adds a subtle level of interest to a monochromatic space while still keeping it neutral.