8 Ways To Transform Nursery To Kid’s Room

We only have limited rooms in our house. And as years go b your kids started to grow up and they need their own room already. Transforming a nursery into a kid’s room is one way to save a space in a home. If you have kids, you know how important it is to give them their own space.

Hello everyone, I hope you’re doing good. I’m heading off to Hamburg in the morning so before I go, I thought I’d share a project that I recently finished and photographed to appear in a big magazine later this year – my little boy’s updated bedroom! I took it from being a baby nursery to a room fit for a three-year-old boy complete with a new bed, some new art, a drawing table, new rug and a few other things you may spot that are a little different from before. I love how it came out.

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I’ve not changed much in his bedroom since I designed his nursery (before and after here) but I did exchange his crib for the beautiful Wood Day Bed from Oliver Furniture (which we love) and I added a small table with a bench from Bloomingville along with a Bloomingville wooden toy box on wheels (not shown). I also mixed new rugs, linen curtains, new bedding, a few new cushions and I switched up the art on one of his walls. So I guess I did change a few things! It really needed a facelift and he was so happy when he saw the finished results! I imagine his room will stay this way (more or less) for another 3-4 years, and then we’ll update again with new wallpaper on the back wall, new paint, new scheme… But for now, this room is definitely made to grow with him.

Read more:  http://decor8blog.com/2017/06/07/10-ways-go-nursery-kids-room