Image credit: Dulux.
Over the next month or so, our nephew is due to turn two. Not a baby anymore, he’s definitely ready for a bedroom that captures his imagination. Brightly coloured, full of his favourite things, it has to be a jungle theme for our little monkey.
First and foremost, it makes sense to settle on colours, and my clever sister-in-law found this effective fading rainforest landscape of this jungle-inspired bedroom scheme from Dulux. Perfect for a child’s bedroom, it looks like it’ll be fairly easy to re-create….hopefully!
We’ve also been kindly sent some fantastic rainforest themed stickers from custom sticker creators Tenstickers. We’ve been able to choose the measurements we’d like, along with the design, and we’re really looking forward to trying them out. While I’ve used smaller vinyl stickers before, I haven’t had the chance to try something bigger, with so much impact.
Of course it wouldn’t be a bedroom without an all important bed, and now he’s coming up to two, our nephew is ready to transition from his cot into something a bit more grownup. A floor-based tipi bed is a great option for toddlers, with no worries that they’ll fall out and hurt themselves.
Along with jungle themed bedding, this tie-dye garland by Lorena Canals from reroom is the perfect finishing touch to our nephew’s tipi bed. It’ll be the perfect size to stretch across the frame, and I can’t help but think of hidden away tree-top hideaways whenever I see it.
Children love to see their name printed, so this personalised cushion from Giftpup will be a really special addition to his bedroom. It’s bright and cheerful, fittings in with our multi-coloured bedroom plans perfectly.
Already a firm favourite, our nephew has plenty of jungle toys, so we’ll making good use of the bits and pieces we have on hand. We’ll also be creating a reading corner for him, so he’s also got space to relax with his books.
All in all, I think our jungle theme is coming together perfectly, and I can’t wait to share the finished room with you next week.
Post contains PR samples, but all words and opinions are my own.