Logan’s (almost) big boy room


Boys’ bedroom by the talented mother daughter team McGrath II

You can never go wrong with red, white, and blue! (and a pop of yellow too!)

Our son Logan has just turned 2 1/2 and has no interest in getting rid of his crib, or his changing table for that matter. Boys! So we are upgrading his nursery, leaving these last two items to remain for now. 

Check it out! 


I added a navy blue tape to the Deconstructed Stripe Roman for this kind of look by Lindsay Speace


Area RugPhotographyHunt SlonemSchumacher Deconstructed Stripe


CribRocker and OttomanGarden Stool


Eames ChairClarence House FabricSchumacher Ikat fabric 


HamperFlushmount Lamp Lampshade

Photos of completed room coming soon!!





Toddler bed reboot

I have shopped for many toddler beds over the years.  It is such a special time when your tiny baby becomes a little person, the room should reflect that.  A project I am currently working on, the little boy was so happy when the Phillip Jeffries accent wall was installed.. he hugged the wall! It was so sweet but also a reminder that kids really care about their space and that should be encouraged.  The biggest step for this transition is usually the bed.  I always like for it to be a statement, either with the fabric, the scale or the shape.  Let’s face it, kids’ rooms get messy so the bed needs to be the anchor and also the reassurance that it can be pulled back together.. one day!

I like a lot of these options because the fabric can be semi customized (or even fully customized) or there are many color options available  depending on your littlest love’s preference.

kids beds1. Architectural Bed 2. Rounded Headboard 3. Industrial Yellow 4. Bobbin Bed 5. Dandelion Headboard 6. Daybed 7. Daybed Livenup 8. Modern Cube 9. Pondicherry Bed


cover image via Krista Ewart in House Beautiful