Check out this little hook with the cowboy boots on it! Henry has been hunting for something to hang his footed PJ's on in the morning.
He is very proud of this vintage cowboy fabric on his rocking chair. His mama got it on clearance for $6 a yard, which just excites Henry to no end. He loves a deal.
This chalkboard is a great way to create a "headboard," so Henry's crib can come out from the wall rather than be smashed up against it. Otherwise the whole room has this "spin cycle" effect, where all the furniture feels pushed up against the wall, with no dimension. This is Henry's decorating sense at work, I tell you.
He loves the shelf above his changing table, and keeps some of his favorite pieces up there. A boy needs something to look at when he's getting his diaper changed.
Above all, Henry is a worldly sort of cowboy, and wants to be reminded of this with a kitschy globe on his dresser. And check out his cowboy art, painted by his mama and aunt, next to the window.
Speaking of the window, he also loves how the chocolate-and-cream buffalo check curtains tie the room together. And P.S.? The curtains have a room darkening liner, perfect for those little cowboy naps! (Curtains from Pottery Barn Kids.)