Home - March 26, 2024

Four’s Toddler Bedroom

I can’t believe it’s already time to transition Four from his nursery to his toddler bedroom. It feels like yesterday that I was posting his nursery photo tour.

When thinking through the design phase of his big boy room, it was important to me that it feel classic but still fun. I worked with Javier from Burkle Creative on this project (you might remember he helped me with Blake’s nursery and my closet/office), and he delivered yet again.

We tried to utilize as many of the existing pieces in Four’s nursery for this space as well without it feeling the same. We kept the same leather poufs, rug, artwork, mirror, and dresser — yet they give a totally different vibe with just a few simple updated accent pieces.

This wallpaper is probably my favorite addition to the updated room. The texture is everything.

Of course, we also transitioned him to a toddler bed versus the crib. The oak color really adds a depth to the room that the white crib didn’t.

The finishing touch on this room was the bedding from Peacock Alley. I love the combination of colors Javier chose; they complement each other so well. Peacock Alley is known for their quality, which is key for a boy’s room.

Scroll down to get a complete list of what we used in this toddler room!

Toddler Bedroom Sources:

Wainscoting Paint Color: Benjamin Moore Fieldstone


Nightstand Chest – the Deep Sage color we got is sold out but love this color

Leather Poufs



Neutral Rug – it sheds like crazy but the price is hard to beat and it’s comfy for Four to be on!

Duo Sheets from Peacock Alley (color Linen)

Heritage Quilt + Standard Shams from Peacock Alley (color Marine)

Duo Duvet from Peacock Alley (color Linen)

Pillow Shams from Peacock Alley (color Flint)

Art Print: Collection Prints with Oak Frame

Hanging Round Mirror (similar/affordable option)


Drapes & Window Treatments: custom

Mounted Wooden Shelves (sold out, similar linked)

Wicker Baskets