This Little Explorer post is different because we’re at home. If you follow along on Instagram, you’ve probably noticed that my musical room photos have slowed down. I finished Søren’s room and still have some loose ends to tie up in the other two, but so far all has been good. Søren has really settled into having his own room and enjoys playing with his toys, even if sometimes it means they still escape to the rest of the house. He’s in an awkward transition where he is beginning to outgrow a lot of his younger toys and is starting to play with bigger toys, so the quantity is a little out of control. There is additional storage in the closet, as well as under his bed. If you’d like to know sources for items, keep reading.
I listed sources for most items below, but if you’d like to ask about a specific item, feel free to do so in the comments!
Tarva Bed by Ikea
Black Linen Duvet Cover by H&M
Security Rail by Oeuf NYC
Componibili Nightstand by Kartell
Mini Library Shelf by Oeuf NYC
Polar Bear Rocker by Netto
Kebnekaise Pouf Bean Bag by Little Red Stuga
Jute Storage Baskets from H&M
Road Rug from H&M (similar / wall version)
Viking Mobile by Flensted
Can’t Miss Airplane Knob by Land of Nod
Earth Vinyl Wall Stickers by Krittah’s Stickers
Pom Pom Garland by Toto Knits Shop
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The wall stickers of the Earth are my favorite part–not overwhelming, but they add a lot of interest to the room! It’s nicely themed, and looks cozy, too!
This room is perfect! I especially love the artwork!
Hey love the airplane hooks and the huge fish!!! What a fun bedroom you created for him.
Hi guys … it turned out sooooo nice. I love the natural light it gets from the sun. Love you guys.
Turned out so cute! I love all the little touches, especially the Viking mobile!
OMG. Look how much he loves it!!!!! ❤️❤️❤️Great work!
oh boy, you know how I love that Polar Bear rocker.
I also love how you have incorporated the collectible toys also.
The airplane hangers for Jackets or backpacks, etc.. Never take away a childs’ imagination. Always utilize things that will stimulate that.
His room turned out so, so cute Jessica!! I love it! 🙂
Wow, Søren’s room is absolutely lovely! You have such an eye for clean design and he is a lucky boy to have so many wonderful toys and books, but I also like that it’s not overkill. I also never really put much thought into all the decorating and interior design that comes with being a mom, so now I have this to add to the list of reasons why I cannot wait to have kids one day!
Rae | love from berlin
Now that’s a fantastic room for a kid! Nice work, Jessica!