Tour: Charlie & Samuel’s shared room

Interiors

by Deanna

I came across this gorgeous room on Instagram, through @thepicketfenceprojects and fell in love immediately with the simple but super stylish twist on an ‘American Nautical’ style. Caitlin has perfected a calming, restrained palette for her two boys – who share this space. Samuel and Charlie sure have one talented mama; that whale wall hanging has my heart, and the little table and chairs (that have been up-cycled) are perfection. If, like me, you love a classic american style, then be prepared to swoon …

Inspiration

When I began putting this nursery together for our first born son, I wanted a room that was calming, neutral, and coastal. I also wanted it to be cohesive with the decor in the rest of our house. It was definitely a labor of love and I had so much fun combining store bought items with unique garage sale finds. We were blessed with our second son this past December and transitioning this nursery into a space for two children was actually really easy. We were able to make room for the changing table in the bathroom which cleared up a spot for the second crib in that little alcove. I love that they share a room and as the youngest is becoming more interactive, it’s so sweet to see the two of them begin to play in here.

Source List

Crib skirts: Restoration Hardware
Crib sheets: Restoration Hardware
Whale tapestry: Etsy shop Arminho
White night stands: Garage sale
Small whale on night stand: Garage sale
Rope lamps: Target
Window treatments: Custom made
Rocker: an Ikea chair turned swivel rocker
Metal and white tin next to rocker: Home Goods
Book shelves: DIY project
Metal hamper on wheels: Home Goods
White table and chairs: Up-cycling project
Small wicker chair: Second hand consignment shop find
Nightlight: DIY project by my mom
Play kitchen: Ikea
Anchor on wall: Garage sale
Felt ball garland: Etsy shop Gracie & Marie

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