Following last week’s round up of the most popular blog posts of 2017, a couple of readers left comments to say they love the nursery tours but would also like to see more toddlers’ rooms. So today we are doing just that and showing you around the playroom and bedrooms of Alexa (four years old) and Sebastian (two years old). They are possibly the most stylish toddler bedrooms I’ve ever laid eyes on.
Alexa’s bedroom is a girly-girl’s dream, and the safari map mural in Sebastian’s room is just the best thing I’ve ever seen. If you like the way mum Leoma has decorated and styled these rooms then be sure to check out the grown up spaces here and over on Rock My Style today.
I had a lot of fun putting this room together. It was basically a dark through room, with nothing to it, the fireplace had been blocked up and there were large doors leading to the conservatory. So we got these taken out and knocked down the frame, so it now opens up into the conservatory giving it loads more light/ We knocked back the bricks blocking up the fireplace and put in a wood burning stove, painted either side in chalk paint for the kids and put picture rails along the sides to pop family photos on. I love filling it up with childrens things, and have hidden all the garish bits in baskets and storage boxes.
It started with some balloon wall paper and went from there. It’s a girly haven and she is a very lucky girl to have her own en suite, which she insisted on having the door painted pink, like we have in the downstairs loo.
His room started quite neutral and has been brightened up as we got to know the little man. He now has a bright yellow door with a world map full of animals, he loves to go through them when he wakes up and goes to bed.
Thanks for having us Leoma (and when can we move in?!).
Anyone else in love with that safari map wallpaper?!