Treasure Island is a classic book for a reason. Sword fighting, dastardly pirates and of course treasure! The perfect story to inspire any child’s imagination. Most people don’t realize that the story is perfect for kids as young as ten. It’s the perfect story to get kids, particularly boys, into classic literature. While my littles are still too young for this tall-tale, they still love a good pirate adventure, which is what inspired us to create this Treasure Island pirate bedroom mood board. It makes me want to redecorate!
Wave Removable Wallpaper – A-MAZE-BALLS wallpaper sets the tone for the whole treasure island pirate bedroom. I love this so much that I want to use it in the house.
Pottery Barn Kids Pirate Ship Bed (Less expensive version here) – This showstopper of a bed is the perfect vessel for your child to sail off into dreamland. With a trundle on the bottom, it makes sleepovers with friends easy and fun!
Organic Wilder Ship Bedding – Comfortable, organic bedding that is handsome enough to stay with your child as they age into their teenage years.
Skull Pillow – What pirate doesn’t have a skull and crossbones flag? Its a must have for any true swashbuckler.
Pirate Art – These printables are $8 a piece! What a steal! And there are a dozen other options to choose from!
Rope Lamp – I love this lamp! It makes such a statement but is practical too of course.
Treasure Map Sleeping Bag – Not something to use everyday, but beyond adorable. I let my kids sleep in each others rooms in sleeping bags all the time. This is perfect to use on the trundle part of the bed!
Treasure Map Growth Chart – A great way to track your captain’s growth year to year.
So what do you think? Do you like it? Also… Did you know you can get the classic novel for free on your Kindle?
This post contains affiliate links you can use to purchase the book. If you buy the book using that link, I will receive a small commission from the sale.Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson
Published by Roberts Brothers on 1884
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While going through the possessions of a deceased guest who owed them money, the mistress of the inn and her son find a treasure map that leads them to a pirate's fortune.