toddler boy room

I have been working on this sweet room bit by bit over the past year or so. Knowing that when Theo arrived Hudson would move to his “big boy room,” and Theo would move into the nursery. And now we have all made the transition and it really does feel like his special space.

Because he doesn’t have an opinion about his room yet, I tried to make it feel like a nice bedroom rather than a traditional “kid’s room.” We have a lot of out-of-state family, so I wanted to be able to offer two guest rooms at times if necessary.

I thought once we had Hudson’s bookshelves, tent and stuffed animals in here that it would feel like his space and it definitely does. The only other thing I’ve considered changing is the fan, but this room is a converted attic space so it does need that circulation. The fan works well, so for now it stays!

little boy bedroomblack and white throw pillowdockatot tentghost bookshelvesblack bedside tabledecorative wooden bowlballard designs benchtoddler boys roompottery barn slipcovered chairtoddler piggy bankbig boy room

photos by Allie Murray

bed | comforter | bench | black dressers | lamps | circle art | roman shades | spotted pillows | slipcovered chair | floor lamp | floor baskets | black and gold lamp | tent | cushion | acrylic shelves | sheepskin

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Thanks so much for reading – XO –

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8 thoughts on “Hudson’s Big Boy Room

  1. This is a great Big Boy room. You did such a good job of making it do double duty. The toys will pile up and it will look like a kids room but can be easily converted. He should be so proud of his big bed and still have all his books and things there. I love it. Very tasteful.

    1. I really appreciate that. I thought the toys and books, etc. would show it was his room but it doesn’t have to be playschool in there forever!

  2. Love it! How did transitioning Hudson from crib to big bed go? Do you use rails or bumpers or anything? Have a kiddo same age and curious what works for others!!

  3. Little Hudson has a better looking room than me LOL! You did great madam. Keep up the good work!

  4. I love this room! It seems light and playful and it’s definitely not the typical “little boy” room which is fun.

  5. This looks amazing! It’s such a classic room with little boy touches. I really love tray on the dresser filled with sentimental items!

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