The Farrell twins have officially moved into a big kid room and boy are they loving it! Their momma is loving it too as I had another opportunity to design a room with style. Before even getting started, I needed a plan. As I have mentioned before, I have boy/girl twins which can get tricky when trying to incorporate color schemes and gender neutral hues. With the help and guidance of a designer, I decided to create more of a boy’s themed room and make my daughter’s side a bit more girly as necessary. Eventually, she will move into her own room and we can go all out for her.
I only had a few requirements for the designer. I am a sucker for a big monogram so that was a must. And I wanted bold colors and classic designs. Well, she did not disappoint. Check out a few pics from the twins room:
Darling and classic bedding from John Robshaw Textiles. Walls are painted classic Benjamin Moore, “Navajo White.”
Love this “gent’s” bed skirt in red
These lovely animal prints were a great find on one of my new favorite sites- One Kings Lane. It is hard to tell but they are framed in black bamboo. So cool! And love that they are not so “kid-ish” that I couldn’t eventually use them elsewhere in the house.
Check out these cute lion bookends from Serena and Lily. Functional and handsome. I am on the lookout for some vintage children’s books but for now, I have these Museum of Art books as a place holder. Also, this is a PBK dresser that I had painted in Benjamin Moore “Cloud White.”
And finally, look what just arrived in the mail today?! This area rug from West Elm in flax. I haven’t had time to set it up in their room yet (needing my hubby’s help) but it will be so nice to have something soft.
A few more decorative items to come but in my book, simple is best…especially with two 2-year old toddlers!