Moody Green Toddler Room – Homey Oh My

I’ll say it again: I’d be happy exclusively designing kids rooms forever. There isn’t a funner space to create, especially for my own growing boy who I’ve gotten to know for 3 years now. My primary goal was creating a room that reflects him and what he likes, where you look in here and think, “That looks like Orion!” Functionally what we needed most was ample storage for all his stuff while leaving plenty of floor space for play. Beyond that, the design inspiration was modern shapes and curves, playful details, and pieces he could easily grow with.

This used to be me and Oleg’s bedroom (see the blog post before this one!), but we moved into the primary suite that we’d been using as a family room. Shifting rooms was in preparation for Romi to move into the nursery. This huge transition of adding a family member made it all the more important that Orion would love his new big boy room. Drenched in his favorite color and things, a reading nook for his beloved books, table for crafts, and his first non-crib bed, this is a very special room he’ll be doing a lot of growing in for years ahead. The whole family loves spending time together in this space!

Paint Color: Benjamin Moore Cedar Path


Bed | Low Bookshelf | Bear Chair | Arch Book Shelves | Art Table | Mini Wishbone Chair


Rug (Crate & Kids, discontinued) | White Arch Wall Shelf | Acrylic Book Display Ledges | Panda Art | Cheetah Art | Green Wall Shelf | Green Canopy


White Metal Bins | Art Supply Organizer | Bear Laundry Hamper


Ceiling lamp | White Table Lamp | Wall Sconce | Bunny Lamp


Star Duvet Cover | Brown Pillowcase | Striped Quilt | Star Pillow | Moon Pillow


Alphabet Puzzle | Airplane | Magnet Loader Truck | Octopus | Name Puzzle | Fire Truck | Double Decker Bus


Roman Shades (blackout, motorized, in color Bungalow) | Light Filtering Cellular Shades

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