To finish off Sterling’s big boy room series I have my real life friend and blogging bestie, Julia from Pawleys Island Posh.
I seriously adore Julia and I am so sad she no longer lives right around the corner from me. She is a sweet Southern girl with two of the cutest kids around. I am already scheming ways to get Sterling set up with her gorgeous daughter Wells. Julia can do pretty much anything and she does it all well. She cooks, she paints amazing art, she is always working on some fabulous DIY projects, she has great taste in fashion, and she puts together a mean mood board. Girl can really decorate. I am so happy to have her here today sharing her vision for my sweet boy’s room. I can already tell you I need a piece of her artwork in his room! Thanks for an amazing design Julia!
Hey friends! I’m Julia from Pawleys Island Posh and I’m so thrilled to be here filling in for Nat while she’s in Pawleys. I actually live in Richmond now so I’m super jealous of her sandy beach trip!
She’s asked me to design a little board for Sterling’s Big Boy Room to share with all of y’all.
For those of you that don’t know our girl Natalie in real life, let me tell you she’s every bit as pretty and nice as she seems on her blog. And Sterling is even cuter in person. Let’s chat about that.
His big eyes and longer than life eyelashes, curly hair, cute clothes, and that smile.
He immediately made it onto Wells’ very short approved dating list!
It’s a very masculine little man room. I’m not into children’s rooms that are dumbed down with “kids themes” just because they’re young. I think this promotes adventure and imagination. And it’s full of pieces with good bones that can grow with him. Pretty much all of this can be used in his first apartment in college so your investment is well spent.
It’s very similar to how I plan to design my baby boy Tagg’s room when he upgrades from his crib and changing table in a few years.
But without further ado, here’s my interpretation of Sterling’s new room!