Well my son’s bedroom is finally complete. He just turned one a couple weeks ago and I am so in love with his room and so ecstatic that it is finished. Whether we had finished this up before he was born or a year into his life like we did, his room would have always had this end result. I knew early on that I didn’t want a “baby-ish” nursery for him. I wanted something that would be cute and fun but also that he could grow into as a little boy. One day, my mom and I were talking and starting discussing vintage National Park posters that one of us had seen. Thus, the theme for my son’s room was born.
The basic colors are taupe, navy and chocolate. I gained inspiration from one of my favorite Instagram stores, Barn Owl Primitives for that sign. They had one like it, but I knew I wanted an orange one so I just freehanded it myself.
The wood wall is Barn Shake Redwood that is super thin. We had already done crown and molding in this room and didn’t want the wood to stick out too far and make it look awkward. My husband combined a couple different stains to achieve this look.
These are my posters that started it all. My husband and I both love to travel so it was important to use to use vintage themed National Park posters of parks we had actually been to together. Also, my husband BUILT those frames. I knew what I wanted and he delivered! I love how rustic they look and how they match my son’s wood wall.
Posters for this little boy bedroom are all from AllPosters.com in case you are interested!