Sayer's room when he was just a baby and it has since evolved with the help of a crib conversion kit and a few strategic pieces that have helped the room mature alongside him. One of our favorite pieces in the room is the dollhouse that used to belong to Kristin as a child (check out the proof right here). Her husband modified it to become a changing table complete with mirror on the underside of the roof. Now that Sayer is older it functions as toy and book storage and is a great example of the heart and soul in this space. This room is a place to grow up and have adventures and it doesn't feel over crowded or saturated with superfluous things. It's a great place to make a fort one day and have a wild rumpus the next. Plus, it's obvious that Sayer loves his space and interacts with it quite easily. Want to check it out? Well right this way! What was your inspiration for the room? We wanted to create something that was modern, personal and fun for Sayer. We combined old and new things with special attention to adding objects that are handmade and that have a story. As Sayer is getting older, he is voicing his aesthetic views more frequently and we make sure to listen. Red has entered the palette now that he loves firetrucks.
What is your dream source to shop? Design Within Reach, Tottini, Molly-Meg, Fawn and Forrest, Babybot, and Modern Nursery. Another dream source would also be to visit some flea markets in Europe & NYC too! Resources: Drum Shade: Helen Rawlinson Bean Bag: Fat Boy Crib: Oeuf with conversion kit. Carpet Tiles: FLOR Fantastic Mr. Fox Print: Jayme McGowan Jazz Man & Red Balloon Prints: Blanca Gomez Toys & Desk Chair: Vintage Long Storage (between bed and book corner): IKEA Silver Sage Paint: Restoration Hardware (the paint used for the "S" is a custom mix using the same Silver Sage) Comforter: Vintage Marimekko Mobiles, Prints, Plush: works (Yes, Sayer does have an inside connection - he is the works muse afterall.) Husband, Husband, & Husband (he made me write this, but he is very handy & does deserve a lot of credit.) works and her respective Etsy site where she's busy making mobiles, letterpress and children's clothing design at any given moment of the day. (Images: Kristin Loffer Theiss)
Interested in sharing your child's room with Ohdeedoh? Contact the editors through our Nursery & Kids Room Submission Form. In addition to working with some readers to feature full tours, we will also share the best as "My Room" posts on Ohdeedoh -- short, quick tours of great rooms.