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I was so excited to decorate Addilyn's room when I was pregnant with her and thought planning a little girl's room was the best ever, but I think I had more fun decorating Isaac's room. His room had been my craft room/guest room. We still wanted to keep the bed in there, but moved everything else to the basement (which could now afford to be reorganized as its a play room, office and craft and storage space - help!). I know the antler/rustic theme is super popular but that didn't stop me! I started collecting things for his room as soon as we found out he was a boy and love how it turned out!
Our close friends made us this wooden end table and it's my favorite thing in his room. They had just moved into a new house and had lots of trees and I asked if they could save a thin stump for me when they were cutting them down. I honestly thought he'd give me a slice of tree trunk and I was going to cure it and glue it onto a cheap ikea end table. But then he gave me this! It is so beautiful and is perfect. Such a special and appreciated gift!
bins on wall: hobby lobby
roam pillow: made by me
ram head: target clearance
ottoman: old from target
ladder: garage sale a few years ago
We made this headboard a few months ago. It was super easy and cheap. I shared how we did it here! A long time ago I turned my grandpa's old suitcase into a little end table (tutorial here). It definitely doesn't match the theme but I'm way to sentimental since it was my grandpa's to not keep it in there. I searched forever online for a comforter that was grey and orange, and this one was exactly what I was looking for. It's reversible and perfect for this room!
quilt, sheets, pillow: made by me
rug: fabric from Joanne Fabrics
wall decals: hobby lobby
I made Isaac's mobile and I love it. I saw a few similar ones on etsy but they were all over $50. I cut out animals from felt and sewed them together. Spray painted a branch white and made a few yarn balls and used pom pom balls to add to it.
The blue cart next to the dresser is from Ikea. It has shoes (so many!), burp clothes, blankets, bibs and towels on it. I love it! Eventually I'll probably switch it out for toys when he gets older.