…about our boys’ shared bedroom {big reveal}.

hi all! if you’re just finding Our Family Roost, we’re so happy that you’re here!


to catch you up quickly, i’m Sara. i’m married to Jord, who also blogs in this space. we are blessed to have two sons – sweet Lionel Conner {who we call L here} joined us in June 2012, and dear Quincy August {who’s known as Q around these parts} made his debut this past November {click here to read L’s birth story, and click here to read the story of Q’s birth}. Our Family Roost is our little corner of the web where we chronicle life as it happens {and as we remember to blog it!}. for more on who we are, check out the About Us page!

a quick tour of our site, as well as a few of our favorite posts:

* Jord and i were married in 2010 in a DIY, vintage-inspired ceremony; click here to check out posts about our wedding!

* we bought our first home in August 2013 and have been slowly putting our own stamp on the place; click here to see a tour of our home!


okay, now, moving on to today’s post…


in case you missed it, head on over to Tiny Prints’ blog today to check out the big reveal of L and Q’s shared bedroom! it was such a labor of love to put this space together for our dear boys – i hope that you enjoy this glimpse into our boys’ space.

if you’re wondering where to find any of the items in the boys’ room, check out the reveal post on Tiny Prints’ blog, which is full of source information. feel free to also comment below with questions!

if you’re looking for the sources of artwork in the room, here you go!

“Bear, Bunny and Balloon” print: The Parchment Place
Thoreau print: We Heart Paper
“Wild Rumpus” print: Nothing Panda
“Explore” print: White Lace and Cotton
“Woodland Bunny” print: Sweet Melody Designs
Hedgehog Needlepoint: Sleeping Fox Stitchery
Dr. Seuss print: Ulysses Design
USA map: ARMommy
Arrow Bible print: Printable Wisdom
Horseshoe: Cast and Crew
Cardboard Rhino: Cardboard Safari
Personalized wooden teethers: Little Sapling Toys
Marquee Letters: Vintage, purchased via Etsy
Lionel Train metal art: Vintage, purchased via Craigslist
Triangle decals: Twig and Nest
Felt bunting: AmpersandGO
* all other artwork DIYed by me; most frames are from IKEA
many thanks again to Creative Kindling for taking photos of the bedroom for us, to Jesse Michener for the use of her amazing photograph of the view from Orcas Island for the metal photo print, and to Tiny Prints for collaborating with us to make this space so special and personalized for our boys!

{photos by Creative Kindling}

{NOTE: Monogram pillows + metal print c/o Tiny Prints.}

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  • I love this idea! I only have a three bedroom house and we are a family of 5… once the newest baby gets older she will be sharing a room with somebody!

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