this is something i have been wanting to share for quite some time now and i am so happy to finally be doing so. back when we were pregnant with our sweet finley, we decided it would be best [and most economical] to keep the nursery the same and move hayden into his very own big boy room. you see, from the beginning, hayden’s room was always gender neutral, so it would easily satisfy a new baby brother or a tiny little sister. but if you know me, than you know this decision of keeping it the same was more than a bit hard, because well hello, #decoratingproblems
well fifteen months have now passed, and with a new banner here, a different shelf there, lots of rearranging [only to be put back exactly how hayden had it. ha!], finley officially has a special space he can call his own. every piece that is housed his room is meaningful and well loved. there’s touches of old + new, bohemian and vintage. that blue dresser was one of the first pieces we brought home when we knew we were having hayden, and essentially the piece we decorated his room around. although i toy with the idea of stripping it back down to its natural state, there’s just something about it that keeps me from doing so. call it sentimental i guess. and let’s be honest, that would be just plain hard.
crib: sorelle; crib sheet: pottery barn kids; duvet: ikea; rug: pottery barn kids; rocker: ikea; honeycomb shelf: handmade; wicker stool: ikea; dresser: loveleigh again; bookcase: ikea; banner: matriarch handmade; shelf: ikea; market basket: plum + sparrow; diapers and wipes: seventh generation; storage baskets: ikea; animals: hazel village and jellycat; piano: thrifted; hooded towel: more; embroidery: handmade; diffuser: doterra; crib mocks: freshly picked; wood blocks: little sapling toys; square print: artifact uprising;paci clips: nomilu and loved by sophia claire; teething necklace; nomilu; crown: oeuf; wood ‘f’ letter: harp design co.