New York City Toddler Bedroom Tour


Since we are moving soon, I wanted to share the last few room tours to complete Chateau FH… excited for the big reveal of Chateau FH TN…

So, enter the princess of the family’s room, little Miss Reese. We transitioned Reese’s room from a nursery into a toddler room when Reese switched from a crib to a true twin bed when she turned two. It was mostly because Brooks had outgrown his bassinet and we didn’t want to buy a second crib, but shockingly Reese was thrilled about the adjustment. When she heard about having space for pretty pillows and endless stuffed animals, she couldn’t wait to get started.

When it came to decorating time, her toys, mini kitchen, puppy prints, and endless girly props made it easy. The first step was deciding which of her toys were nice enough to keep out on display and then which needed to find a nice home in her toy closet. Of course I had to display her precious collection of piggy banks she received when she was born and then with a new found love for ‘accessorizing’ her custom jewelry boxes made the cut as well. I actually placed a small book shelf in her closet where we house the majority of her big board books but I chose some of her smallest white and pink books to display between her Jonathan Adler book ends. For the toys that are used daily, I keep them organized and accessible in Pottery Barn chevron canvas storage boxes.


For furniture, we bought a simple twin mattress and box spring for her toddler bed {we plan to buy a headboard or maybe even a trundle bed once we move to the new house}. On her bed she has polka dot bedding and a wide assortment of pink and grey pillows {favorites being this and this}. Then she has the Cameron 3 row bookshelf from Pottery Barn Kids, the white Alex Dresser/ Changing Table from Giggle {although since she’s been out of diapers I have contemplated removing the top portion}, and a Chain Link Round Swivel Chair by Inspire Q {not a rocker but super comfy and not too big – rockers are huge}.

Above the changing table I hung a floating shelf {the Hayden Shelf} to display her initials which I got at C Wonder {find similar here}.  Alongisde that shelf are an array of framed photos and some prints I picked up from TJ Maxx. But her favorite thing of all {as is mine} is her Pink Retro Kitchen by Pottery Barn Kids. Stay tuned for her new room once we move!

Retro Kitchen by PB KidsReese's Toddler Room

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