Once we found out that we were expecting again, we knew that we wanted to do something special for Mason’s room. Although still a baby at the time, we thought it best to move him out of the dedicated “nursery” and into one of the former guest rooms that would soon become his “big boy” room. If you haven’t already, be sure to check out the tour of Gavin’s Nursery as well!
Mason’s room is painted in Benjamin Moore, “Solitude” and follows a subtle sports theme. In designing this space we knew that we wanted to give this room a more mature feel, even though he still required many of the toddler essentials, including his crib/toddler bed.
Like Gavin, Mason’s furniture is also part of the Medford Collection by Munire Furniture and was purchased through Wayfair in the color Espresso. We also added a matching nightstand to the set to fill out the large room. The bed is amazing in that it converts into four different stages that grow with your child; crib, toddler bed with rail, toddler bed without rail and full-size bed. We are currently only in stage two (toddler bed with rail), so only time will tell how this set holds up to the tornado that is a toddler boy!
In terms of decor, Mason’s letters were purchased on Etsy by JacquiBDesigns. The large canvas over his bed is from Homegoods, as is the lamp, baseball themed book ends, toy box and storage baskets, as well as the sports-themed shelf.
Mason’s reading nook is on my favorite parts of the room. This corner is complete with the cutest little suede recliner, his VTech Activity Desk and toy box full of books.
The newest addition to the room is the cheery bookshelf. In addition to some much needed storage, this piece also adds some color to the room and a kid-friendly, self-serve toy arsenal.
Additional storage is also available in his closet. The hanging items only consist of heavier weight items, such as sweatshirts and jackets, as well as next size clothing. The organizer was a wonderful (and cheap!) purchase from Amazon and contains miscellaneous items, including shoes, hats, and clothes that are too small and need to be boxed up.
I welcome you to now take a virtual tour of this adorable space by viewing “Toddler Bedroom Tour” on my YouTube Channel (please subscribe!).
Thank you for reading and as always feel free to reach out with any questions or comments!