July 26, 2012

ABC Boy Bedroom Reveal

Here is the final reveal of the boys’ room. I wish I had BEFORE before pictures because this room was one of the worst when we moved in. The walls were white with scuffs and marks everywhere. There were over a dozen holes from where the previous people had hung things on the wall, and the baseboards were disgusting!

The before pictures below were after we cleaned, painted, and unpacked. This room isn’t huge, but with another baby on the way they will be sharing a room for quite some time. I placed their beds on either wall leaving enough room for another twin bed when Mason graduates out of the toddler bed. The thing that makes me MOST excited about this room is that they boys have actually been sleeping in their room (which I contribute to their dream lights cozy bedroom).

Boy ABC Bedroom Reveal by Poofy Cheeks

I hung an ABC garland – tutorial is HERE.

Boy ABC Bedroom Reveal by Poofy Cheeks

Was inspired to do a magnet board by a pin from Pinterest – original souce is the blog Nic and Kate.

Boy ABC Bedroom Reveal by Poofy Cheeks

With some salvaged wood and spray paint I whipped these ABC wall hangings up – tutorial HERE.

Boy ABC Bedroom Reveal by Poofy Cheeks

Hung the PB knock off growth chart that I made last summer – tutorial is HERE.

Boy ABC Bedroom Reveal by Poofy Cheeks

Boy ABC Bedroom Reveal by Poofy Cheeks

Boy ABC Bedroom Reveal by Poofy Cheeks

Last of all I kept things organized by utilizing space in the boys’ closet beneath their clothes. Everything is from Target except for the hanging rocket which was from Ikea.

Boy ABC Bedroom Reveal by Poofy Cheeks

Boy ABC Bedroom Reveal by Poofy Cheeks

Enjoy,

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1 comment:

  1. Looks AMAZING! As a teacher, I will add that you should try to label the toys (it's called whole language and helps kids learn to recognize words/letters and become aware of them). They sell these awesome markers that you can write on and they will wash off. Try using them on your cloth buckets!

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