Who’s ready for a BRAND NEW ROOM MAKEOVER?!?! I have been itching to get started for weeks and I am so excited to dive right into my first room renovation of the new year. Big focus right now is continuing to work on all the kids bedrooms. I just finished up my daughter’s teen vintage boho bedroom at the end of the year and we have two more to go! What I love about working on kid’s bedrooms is that they push the limits with design, they are a little out of the box, a little over the top and so much fun to work on. Today, I’m jumping right into my youngest boys sports bedroom design plans.
Boys Sports Bedroom Design Plans
Stikwood Ceiling Panels | Baseball Wall Mural | Industrial Ceiling Fan | Globe Wall Sconces | Rustic Flag Art | Rustic Tall Bed frame | Industrial Night Stands | Baseball Lamps | Custom Linen Curtains | Textured Neutral Rug | Plaid Rug | Black Writing Desk | Black Leather Desk Chair | Baseball Chair | Grizzle Gray Paint
I have always dreamt of designing a very classic, traditional boys sports bedroom. A very Pottery Barn inspired room with traditional decor, industrial vintage pieces and lots of cool old sports paraphernalia with a few modern touches. I want this room to be bold and moody, a wow factor but also inviting and a space where my son feels at home. I’ve always let my kids have a big say in how their bedrooms are designed. I always let them design their rooms with me and I could not be more excited to be at a stage where this style bedroom fits my son’s personality perfectly.
His current bedroom is a great size! It is a total blank slate to work with, making it easy to just dive in and start making it our own. Just envision this space with lots of detailed picture frame moulding painted in a dark moody gray color, with a large baseball mural behind his bed, cool industrial lights, and a lot of warmth and character added to the space.
While most of the room design is just cosmetic changes, I did decide to make one larger renovation change to the room. This room previously had two “eyebrow arches”. I don’t love this style of arches and it bothered me that there were two totally different sized windows inside two symmetrical arch cut outs. I know, I know. Something that could be pretty minor, but I crave symmetry and I just couldn’t get past it. So I had my contractors come in and reshape the right arch to be more of a true arch. That section will be turning into a cute reading nook with a storage bench and the left. On the left side we removed the arch completely and I will add roman shades and maybe some curtains to help the window not look so off center.
Let’s Do This!
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