Smiths Room Reveal

I wasn’t able to do up a nursery for Smith before he was born, as we just didn’t have the space. With a four bedroom home, three bedrooms being used for us and the kids, and the other being used as a study / office space for my husbands business, we moved as much around as we could, but still had Smith in our room for his first 10 months.

My very clever Husby built into our existing roof space to make a loft style office / storage space. It is a beautiful space which I’ll post pictures of soon.

By doing that we were able to finally move the office furniture into that space and create a bedroom for Smith. I used the same colours that were already in our study, and decided to stick with white, timber, and bursts of mustard.

Not knowing what theme to go for, I took to Pinterest, and my search always evolves from there.  #thepinterestjourney 🙂 I found gorgeous animal woodland prints from The Crown Prints and I’d fallen in love with all the fox plush animals and teepees and more boho room looks, that I decided to run with the tribal / woodland theme.


Shelves from the Timba Trend

Chair from Freedom

Knot Cushion from little.l.interiors


Wooden mountains from Huddy and Me

Grey Marble Arrow Teether from One.Chew.Three

Wooden Worm from Seed Heritage


Animal prints & Stag horns – The Crown Prints

Feather print – Stillblog

Frames – Kmart



Mobile – handmade

Headdress Print from Society 6

Wooden Camera from Behind the Trees

Fox Pillow from Kmart


Smith Name Arrow from Nest Accessories


OYOY World Map Playmate

IMG_8427It’s been worth the wait with this room, especially being able to move straight to more of a toddler boy room space.  Smith loves it, and regularly toddles off to play with his toys on his own.

Hope you like it or may get ideas for your next boy space!


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