Monday, July 28, 2014

Boys Bedroom Reveal

Hope you are all having an awesome summer. My summer has been going good so far. I am away on a month long vacation but couldn't keep myself away from blogging.

I am really excited to show you all my son's bedroom. He is 14 years old now, his room was the first one to get lots of firsts. In other words, I used his room for all my experiments, lol. We tried beadboard panelling in his room first, his closet makeover was our first closet makeover. His bedroom is the only room in the house which is almost (? ok, 80%) complete.

Here is how room has looked over the years

Before (Right before we moved in )



Shopping List:
-- Bed (from Ikea)
-- Malm floating shelves (From ikea)
-- Blanket (walmart)
-- Lamp (costco)

DIY List:
-- Painted walls in light Blue (custom color)
-- Bead board panelling, I showed you how we did it here
-- Closet makeover (Details Here )
-- Painted Desk (Details Here)
-- Upholstered Cornice (Details Here)
-- Painted Canvas art ( Details Here)
-- Curtains ( will post the details soon)

View from the door.

View of the bed side wall

Closet Wall


I still have to work on couple more projects
-- Reading chair near the closet
-- Upholster or sew the cover for desk chair

My teenager loves most of my experiments. Desk makeover is his favorite DIY in this room and Closet is my favorite, which one do you like the most in this room?

Thank you for stopping by and enjoy rest of the summer!!

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