It may have taken just over a year but we finally finished Remy’s bedroom renovation and it looks better than I could have ever imagined… the perfect little boy’s room for a very cheeky little monkey.
Just to mention if you prefer me taking you through the room on camera rather than you reading this post, then click below to watch the video!
This blog post contains items that have been gifted to me over the years as well as items I have also bought. As ever, all thoughts and opinions are my own. I only blog about brands, products and services that I truly connect with, would genuinely use, and would legitimately recommend to others.
So where do you start when you’re thinking about decorating your child’s room? For me I wanted to create a space that he would love for a few years to come instead of opting for something more ‘infant like’. As soon as I saw this wallpaper when flicking through my Instagram feed, I just knew that this was it! It was after choosing this wallpaper from Photowall – who kindly gifted it to us – that I was able to put together the whole look and choose other wall decor that would complement the space. The theme we went for was a combination of jungle, animals and a natural wood kind of vibe with all the bamboo pieces. I feel like it’s the perfect space that will evolve with him over the years and we can easily change some of the decorative pieces to suit his changing interests and likes.
If you know of my eldest son Hugo, you’ll know that he’s the biggest animal lover through and through. He knows more animals than me and I’m being serious! I did have a slight worry if he might end up preferring Remy’s room over his but they both really embrace each other’s room as a different play space for them. Hugo is obviously delighted to have an actual jungle room to play in now.
Hugo even wanted to add some of his own things in the room because in his own words ‘yes, let’s put the animals in the jungle room because that’s where they should live’. Bless him!
Right I shall not blabber on too much longer though I need to share with you a little bit about each of the products I’ve either bought or have been kindly gifted so that you know where to find them too.
Here are a couple of ‘before’ pictures so you can appreciate the transformation before I show you the rest!
Here are all the finer details and how I’ve styled up his room:
I feel like they have added so much to the whole look of the room and made the windows a feature point. It’s made me want them in all our bedrooms now as they block out most of light when they are completely shut but still allow it to feel really light when they’re open and obviously you still have the option of completely opening them to allow even more light in. For me I love that you can still have privacy with shutters but they still allow the light in and they look amazing adding so much style to the room too! Perfect for a child’s room.
Bookshelf is from Great Little Trading Company
Personalised Remy wooden bunting from Rosie Meringue
Cam Cam Copenhagen play mat (gifted)
Rattan storage boxes from La Redoute
Wooden toys from Conscious Crafts
The cot is from Kidsmill (gifted) – a gorgeous Danish company. It also comes with a lower side panel that I can put on when it’s time to turn it into a big boy’s bed. Not any time soon though I hope :).
Cot bed mattress from Eve Sleep (gifted) – this is so comfy and supportive for Remy; it’s an award-winning mattress and that doesn’t surprise me, it feels really premium.
Hexagon shelves (set of 3) from JYSK
Animals with crowns and party hats (perfect for cake toppers too) on from Bowbeaus
Sloth animal print from Psikhouvanjou.
Star cushion from Cam Cam Copenhagen.
Animal grow bag from M&S (affiliate link).
So there we have it! I hope you like the end result. If you have any more questions then feel free to leave below.
I’m excited to see how this room will keep evolving over the years.
Thank you so much for stopping by and have a lovely week!
Lots of love