The transition from nursery to big-boy room has you wondering how to get from here to there. NYC-based design duo My Tiny Nest hopped on board a double-decker bus. Using Ferm Living’s Rush Hour wallpaper as a departure point, they designed a 6-year-old boy’s room to mature over time. Playful seating — like the orange pony — will give way to more grown-up options, and artwork can be added to tone down the wallpaper.
Anticipating your own big boy/girl room makeover? My Tiny Nest offers design services to help you on your way.
Catalina cottage bed, at potterybarnkids.com, $549.
Union Jack rug, at 2modern.com, $1,140.
Rush Hour wallpaper, at fermlivingshop.com, $110 per roll.
Rush Hour pillow, at allmodern.com, $70.
Throw pillows with guitars, fedora, and boom box, at roomservicestore.com, $70 each.
Sputnick 20 chandelier by Paul De Haan, at babygeared.com, $335.
Eames molded-plastic chair, at dwr.com, $399.
Bookshelf Bus, at dwellstudio.com, $124.
Pony chair, at littlenest.com, $695.
Photo: Courtesy of My Tiny Nest