7 months after moving in and I'm finally getting around to the tour of the house, sorry about that. Owen's room has been done since the week we moved in but I guess actually uploading pictures proved to be a bigger task then I thought. I promise I'll be better.
This room has been in the planning since I was pregnant with Owen but in the old house there was no actual room to put him in. BUT... It's not like that stopped me from collecting just the right accent items for the last 3+ years and frankly, when we moved in, it all paid off.
The first thing you see when you walking is the Hudson Bay Quilt I posted about last week. I love it with the red bed frame and since I hate the look of the box springs underneath and I'm not a fan of bedskirts, I plan on trying out THIS fun idea I found on Pintrest sometime this spring. (it's on my to-do list.) This room is the smallest room in the house at 12x14 so it's all about the little details. Like the dead, stuffed animals on the 'trophy' wall.
(we have the Elk, the Bear and the Deer... now I'm thinking a Buffalo or a Mountain Goat would be fun to add but since I got these three cuddle-y touches as a gift I'm not keen on the price tag for more.)
On the other wall we have a fun kids map that we got on one of our travels years ago and then we foam board mounted it and framed it. (I think in our last house it was in the Ethan's Therapy Room)
Of course no canadian rocky mountain inspired room in my house would be complete without a picture of The Prince of Wales Hotel, a cute bear statue Owen picked out in on a trip to the N. Georgia Mountains and some great books about Bears....
I really wish I had a 'before' picture of that dresser. It was my brothers 20+ years ago and stained so dark it was practically black. Doug and I have had it since we were married but a few years ago Husbandface and I stripped it, sanded it down, refinished it and added fun rustic handles. It took FOREVER but it was so worth it. I love the knotty look and the clean lines.... LOVE IT!
Then a few more perfect Waterton touches that make me happy everytime I see hear it, like this fun TeePee Cuckoo Clock.
and the Indian Head door stop? Yeah, I love it. (That apparently my 4 year old thinks is a weapon... and since it's cast iron? it kinda is!)