A Colorful Space for a One-Year-Old

I love color, and there’s no better place in a home to play with it than in a child’s room. This cheery space for one-year-old Sunday, decorated by her mom Briar Stanley, proves just that. Not only does all the color make it a lively room, the clever mix of vintage finds and confetti wall makes it ready for a party. A play date party.

  • Collection

    Collection

    I like the eclectic mix of toys, art, and books in this room. Briar has a great eye for mixing and matching,

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  • Confetti Wall

    Confetti Wall

    The confetti is simply made with card stock and hung with sticky tack. It adds so much cheer to the room.

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  • Changing Table

    Changing Table

    The changing table is vintage and was updated with a coat of paint. I like how it’s not bulky and has character.

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  • Shelf

    Shelf

    This is a perfectly charming vignette. I love the little Sunday garland.

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  • Zebra

    Zebra

    I like the addition of the small chalkboard wall complete with a zebra head and an easy hung display of cards.

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  • Cozy Corner

    Cozy Corner

    The yellow wire frame on this chair fits so well with the color in the rest of the room. The rug is fun too.

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  • Toadstools

    Toadstools

    I like how the entire room has little surprises hidden all over like these toadstools on the wall.

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  • Briar and Sunday

    Briar and Sunday

    I’d be this happy too if my room was as cheery as this one.

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