Since our close date of May 9th – we’ve been busy busy piecing together each room. We are far from finished but focused on Evy’s room due to the fact that when she naps, we work on the rest of the house so having her room done and checked off the list first, seemed to make the most sense. I have to admit, while I love it – I wish I would’ve slowed myself down a bit and incorporated the stripes from her room in Portland.
Regardless, her room has a calming feel which is great for the early mornings snuggling her. My camera = my phone, hence the quality. Her wall color is Benjamin Moore, Soft Iris.
Her room gets the perfect amount of natural light during the day and luckily, there’s a window directly on the other side of the house from hers so the cross breeze during the day is nice. We’re debating putting up a shade as well so that she’ll hopefully sleep a bit longer without being interrupted by sunrise but for now, we’re enjoying the natural light. The light fixture that currently exists gives off a very yellow light so we rely on the natural light with the little lamp on the table. It makes for a cozy, natural, calming atmosphere.
While the space is small, it fits together fairly well. When we’re ready to upgrade her to a big girl bed, taking out the chair and the changing table will give her more space. On the wall, the canvas reads a quote from one of my favorite childhood books, I’ll love you forever by Robert Munsch so it reads, “I’ll love you forever, I’ll like you for always, As long as I’m living, My baby you’ll be.”
We’re pleased with the look and feel of miss e’s room. We hope she enjoys it once she’s old enough to have a little bit of style all her own. For now, all she cares about is the music flowing, the breeze, bright colors of her moving mobile and something she can put in her mouth and she’s a happy baby.
For info on any of the room décor, feel free to shoot me a message. Happy to replicate any of the décor pieces for your child’s room as well!