toddler room: rustic wilderness

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Nursery Inspiration Board; Toddler Inspiration Board; Baby Boy Nursery Inspiration

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Cathryn (check out her fab blog here) emailed asking for recommendations as she transitions her little one to a toddler room.  She sent me a picture of the lumberjack plaid pillow from etsy, and said they are also using a Hudson Bay blanket for inspiration.  Above are my suggestions, including a large chalkboard and a fuzzy faux sheepskin rug for a cuddly play space, as well as a wooden chest to store little boy treasures.

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20 responses to “toddler room: rustic wilderness”

  1. Heather says:

    This is great! We are actually in the process of redoing my 2-year-old’s room into an outdoorsy, campy motif and have the same Hudson Bay blanket! That moose poster would look awesome in his room. You have such wonderful ideas!

  2. Kathysue says:

    This all looks great, I just ordered a two foot letter for my playroom re-do at Grandinroad for $69 and they are also out of metal. You might like to take a look at them, they are new!!

    http://www.grandinroad.com/jump.jsp?item=43145&maincatcode=null&subcatcode=null&itemID=32261&itemType=PRODUCT&path=1%2C2%2C4728%2C4831&iProductID=32261

    • LayBabyLay says:

      Oh – thank you for the link! That is a great idea and I’ll have to check them out! Thanks, Kathysue!

  3. Allison says:

    That would be an adorable room!

  4. danielle s says:

    I LOVE this!!!!

  5. Kayce says:

    I am in love with your blog!

  6. Natalie says:

    Darling blog!! Such fun ideas!

  7. Ashley says:

    I LOVE EVERYTHING about your blog. LOOOOVE it. Thank you for sharing!!!

  8. rachelle @FOTF says:

    Oh Hush up! What’s this fabulousness that I just stumbled upon?? 🙂 Read it from start to finish, may or may not become obsessed.

    Ah-mazing posts, each and everyone of them. And, LOOOVE the baby name and the pretty little face to go with it.. love love love.

    xo

  9. Thanks SOOOO much Joni!!!! I ADORE this!!! You are super-sweet and UBER talented!

  10. JoLynn says:

    Your layouts are adorable! I love them. Do you ever post sources so that if I loved something I would know where to find it? Just curious! Thank you.

  11. JoLynn says:

    okay…I’m a little slow! I just realized you have links on the right sidebar to the pictures. Sorry about that!! 🙂

  12. Anonymous says:

    As a Canadian, I found this mood board especially sweet. Love your blog, love your graphics, love your ideas!

  13. […] lay baby lay…. a blog dedicated to making up nursery or little kid rooms boards…love it! Check out the one she did for my Hudson! […]

  14. herselftheelf says:

    I LOVE THIS! I want to collect all these things and use them in my toddler’s room- however I’m curious about the fact that my son’s room’s walls are chocolate brown and white- do you think this could still work??? What details could you add to tie that in??? Can you help me?

    • Joni says:

      Hi there!  I think it would totally work with chocolate brown and white.  Maybe just try to look for more brown accents, rather than the black (although I think it’s totally fine to put them together).  Here are a couple of brown rugs that would also work great (if you need a rug): http://www.dashandalbert.com/product/view/morgan-chocolate-woven-wool-rug–RDA172  or http://www.dashandalbert.com/product/view/side-bar-black-indoor-outdoor-rug–RDB169.  Hope that helps!!

    • herselftheelf says:

      That’s a great rug!!! A bit on the expensive side but I’m going to look around for something similar. Thank you so much for your reply. I have a bunch of dark brown handpuppets from Folkmanis – with lifelike bears and porcupines and burrowing owls- so I’ll make a dark brown puppet theatre to go with it.. now to find the right fabric for the theatre curtains- maybe matching ones to window curtains… do you have a suggestion for that?

  15. Sarah says:

    Trying to find that striped rug and the link isn’t working. Can you help?

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