(at the shoot)
(in the magazine,next to a little friend)
Also Finn was in an article about his room and clothes/style.
Finn's bed is a single white faux leather bed from Fantastic Furniture. I switch up the quilt covers quite often as the boys all share their linen. Most of them are from Ikea, Freedom or Mozi. I keep his bedroom and furniture pretty neutral and add colour with linen and his accessories.
I didn't really want heaps of posters on the wall so we compromised with the clipboards from Officeworks. This lets Finn display his skating & surfing posters and change them easily when he wants to put up some new ones.
Along one of Finn's walls we have put up 2 x Billy bookcases from Ikea, along with the doors and extender to display & hold his books & treasure. It worked perfectly with his homework desk. I added a ghost chair for a bit of style plus the clear plastic keeps the space looking uncluttered.
The baskets were from Freedom but Ikea also do baskets to fit. I labelled each basket just to give everything a home and make it easier for Finn to put things aways correctly and keep his room tidy.
To add a bit of colour above his desk I found this cool world map from Typo.
Finn wanted a few plants for his room so we decided on the most hardy of plants, the cactus!!
They were from Bunnings and are going strong with no care :)
On another wall is his corkboard for his calendar and a few more surfing posters. It was also a great spot for storing skateboards, as they are easily accessible plus add a bit of colour and his personality to his room. Remember with a half pipe in the backyard those skateboards get quite a work out :) This is the family's collection of boards. The skateboard racks were from Ebay.
Other little touches are his beloved books, his name in Typo letters, bag of crystals, and his camera. He is really getting into his photography at the moment.