Emma's Magical and Feminine Toddler Room

Emma's Magical and Feminine Toddler Room - with a DIY Montessori style housebed, swing, pink rug, velour poufs and cushions, pink and grey


 

Montessori Toddler Bedroom (18 months - 3 Years) - An Overview (how we montessori)

My friend Gina, recently drew this Montessori toddler room for me. It looks fantastic! Are you looking for ideas for a Montessori toddler bedroom or perhaps it's something to think about for the futur


 

Montessori Toddler Bedroom

Here it is! Henry's long awaited "big-boy room." I've had so much fun putting together this Montessori toddler bedroom and I'm…


 

Johanna's Montessori [Big Girl] Bedroom And Floor Bed - Oh Happy Play

Creating the perfect Montessori Style Big Girl Bedroom! Check out an in depth look at the perfect girl room from Florida Motherhood blogger, Oh Happy Play!


 

Room Reveal - Toddler Girl Room With Boho Vibes & A House Bed

A bohemian toddler room update with a DIY house bed and a basket wall! This room is everything I could've dreamed of and I'm so happy to finally be revealing it on my blog today!


 

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15 Inspiring Bathroom Design Ideas with IKEA

As the largest furniture retailer in the world, IKEA is famous for providing the homeowners with the best and suitable furniture and decorations for their respective living place regardless of the pri


 

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How to Design the Perfect Montessori Toddler Room - The Toddler Playbook

Did all those gorgeous Instagram pics of Montessori spaces win you over? Or maybe it was the respectful, child-focused philosophy. Either way, read more to find out how to create the perfect Montessori space for your little one!


 

Eliza’s toddler room is one of my favourites in our house. It’s bright, colourful and eclectic. I’ve been meaning to do a proper ‘room tour’ type post for ages because I love reading them (nosy) and in a couple of months she’ll be getting a Florence-shaped room mate, so it would be nice to have a record of how it is now. However, I’ve still not got round to doing that so in advance of a full tour, here’s a mini corner of her room. So what’s in this corner of her room? We wanted a fairly neutral but bright room that would grow with her, with no overall theme, cartoon characters and not too much pink. We went for the fairly fail-safe combination of neutral off-white walls and a grey toddler-proof carpet (in the other half of the room there’s a huge wardrobe under the attic stairs, the original iron fireplace and shelving in the alcove where her chalkboard wall and reading corner is). The previous owner of the house loved (seriously, loved) putting up shelves and cupboards everywhere. We’ve ripped most of them out – including the weird built-in bedside table – but left in the box shelves above Eliza’s bed. We painted the shelves bright green – along with her door – and use them to store all of her treasured and precious things. The bunting was made out of my old childhood clothes by me and my mum when I was pregnant. And there are her blue Ikea spice rack bookshelves by the side of her bed to store some of her books. She has a lot of pictures on the walls already, but these guys are waiting to go up. There’s a Crystal Palace postcard and London bus (with my old Zippy). We were also sent some new bedding to review from Frugi, makers of children’s organic clothes. Eliza picked the bunting design in organic cotton. There are three different designs – animals, dinosaurs and flags – in cot bed and single bed size, and each set contains one duvet cover and one pillowcase. They’re all fun and fairly gender neutral. Eliza absolutely loves the bedding; she calls it ‘warm and soft.’ I like that it’s colourful and fun, but not too garish or cartoony. Don’t put it in the wash with anything pale though (I did, and it dyed everything an interesting shade of pink). The cloud cushion is one of her Easter presents, from Tiger, and the rainbow cushion is from a shop in Crystal Palace. I made the felt ball garland in matching colours to go on her bed. Her bed is the IKEA minnen (a toddler-sized bed that expands to a single). Although I’d heard of Frugi, it’s not somewhere I’ve looked before, and I had no idea there was a range of bedding. But it’s all made or organic cotton and the children’s clothes are sweet (and mums, did you know there’s also a range of breastfeeding clothes?) Oh hi! We were sent the Frugi bedding set to review for this post; it costs £59 for the single set.


 

Toddler Room Dresser {Getting Dressed}

Toddler Room Dresser {Getting Dressed}Part of growing into a big boy or girl is getting themselves dressed! This post features a clever (and cute) way to aid in this milestone! The chalkboard dresser allows you to write and draw what is where so your child can easily get dressed each day!View This Tutorial


 

Remaking My Space Part 1: Co-Ed Toddler Room - Asia Saffold: The Balanced Mom

As I work to prioritize my life, I’ve noticed that I need to make my spaces reflect my values. I’m starting with my kids’ room, and the goal is to create a shared space where they can bond, grow, and flourish.


 

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Toddler’s Whimsical Bedroom Makeover

If you have been following along on the blog for a while now, I’d like to say a great big THANK YOU!! I am so very appreciative for your support over the last eleven months. You guys are real…


 

Mark's Playful Toddler Room with Jungle Vibes

Mark's Playful Toddler Room with Jungle Vibes - designed by a mother in Slovenia who is passionate about interior design, especially Scandinavian


 

The Land of Make Believe - Project Nursery

This darling shared girls room is filled to the brim with creative DIY ideas and has plenty of inspiration for your own kid space.


 

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Try removing the door to your toddler's room and replacing it with a swinging gate. It's better than keep the door open all the time and far more interesting than keeping it closed... and the best part it can keep them in the room when you don't want them roaming the house.


 

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15+ Awesome Kids Book Storage Ideas - Organised Pretty Home

15 awesome children's book storage and organizing ideas to store your kids books in the playroom or bedroom. Get your kids reading more with a kids bookshelf. What about DIY spice racks, caddy book bin, bookshelves without shelves? Stylish and functional!


 

Woodland Themed Toddler Room (and a $250 Land of Nod Giveaway) - Lipgloss and Crayons

Looking for toddler room decor? This woodland themed toddler room is fun, playful and perfect for growing kids!


 

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Frances and Simeon's shared nursery and toddler room - What Do You ...


 

Superhero Toddler Room Reveal - Project Nursery

Rebecca Propes from Petite Party Studio is revealing the colorful, graphic and modern superhero toddler room that she designed for her son.


 

How to Build a Toddler Bed with Bed Rails - At Charlotte's House

I needed to build a toddler bed with bed rails to fit our son's crib mattress. This wooden bed only took a few hours and he loves it!


 

Pantone's Rose Quartz Makes for the Prettiest Little Girl's Room

A chic toddler room inspired by Pantone's color of the Year. It pairs rose quartz with gold accents and whimsical details like a play tent and a dress-up corner perfect for a little girl's bedroom.


 

Inspiration for our New Home | Confessions of a Northern Belle

Read all about the inspiration behind the decor for our new home. My Pinterest boards are filled with new home inspiration photos, just waiting to be used once we buy a house.


 

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Wooden house bed is made from aspen. Aspen is strong and moisture resistant material. The bed is painted with eco linseed oil paint and covered with biological wax. The paint does not contain organic solvents and synthetic, Paint is made only of natural linseed oil and mineral pigments.


 

A little Girl's Room Decor Ideas - Blush Paint and Whimsical - Design Inspo

Welcome to part 3 of my Home Tour series – Molly’s room! Isn’t this space just dreamy?! Every little detail feels so whimsical to me and I’m so grateful that this is the room she’s going to grow up in. Sometimes I find myself going and sitting in her room when I need a quiet...