In a few short months, Sebastian is going to be kicked out of the nursery so our new little bundle can move in. That means I get to plan and put together a big boy room for him! I’ve been brainstorming, pinning, working on a few projects and cleaning out the office (his new room). I went through a few themes in my head and decided on a camping theme. I mean, what would be better then a camping themed room for a little boy? Especially one who has a mom who grew up camping all the time and going to National Parks. Sebastian has only been camping twice in his life, but that will definitely get changed the older the kids get.
1. Happy Camper Free Printable.
I love this little vintage camper and and the saying is the cutest.
2. Felt fire pit
I want to make a little area in his room with chairs and a little fire pit. My mom is thinking about taking on this project for me.
3. Mountain Mural
The room Sebastian’s moving into desperately needs to be painted. I found a few pins of this cute mountain range painted on the wall. I’m hoping it will be pretty easy to do.
4. Birch tree curtains
My mom and I found these birch tree shower curtains at Bed Bath and Beyond for $20 a piece. I bought some black out fabric for the back and when I was Indiana, I helped my mom whip these up one day while Sebastian was napping. It was super easy and they turned out really cute. I can’t wait to hang them up after the room gets painted.
5. Bunked Beds
We find out the gender of our sweet little baby next week and our plan for either girl or boy is to have the kids bunk up together. We’ll wait until the baby is 2 or so and move them in together. For now, we’ll just do the bottom bed and in a couple years add the top bunk.
6. ABC poster
This would be a really cute canvas print. With all my other ideas for things on the wall, this may not go anywhere but we’ll see.
7. Pine tree blanket
This cute blanket will be perfect for his bed in the winter months.
8. Mountain shelf and bear family
I am so excited about this one. I found the idea on Pinterest, had Matt draw it up for measurements on his computer design program, cut the wood, glued/nailed it together and stained it. A few days later I went to Hobby Lobby and got a little carried away putting together the bear family. This is definitely my favorite thing we’ve put together for his room so far.
9. Tree branch handles
We got an old dresser my parents had in their basement. We may put these cute little wooden handles on it, or just leave it as is. I’m not sure yet. This is definitely at the bottom of a very long to do list so we’ll see.
10. Forest friends sheets
The sheets I really wanted were sold out, but these are a close second. They just came in yesterday and look even cuter in person!
11. Camping wall free printables
I love these little printables. I’ve already printed 4 out and put them in some old frames. I can’t wait to find a spot to hang them!
Hopefully Sebastian’s room will be put together (for the most part) by the end of the summer. That way we can move him in and give him several months to adjust. He is already sleeping in a big bed (the guest bed in the nursery). Surprisingly that transition was super easy as one night he asked to sleep in it, we let him and he’s been sleeping there every since. Once we get Sebastian and all his stuff moved, we can start unpacking the baby stuff! I’m excited to get to pull all that out again.