Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Master Bedroom Makeover


Today I am giving you a littl preview of our Master Bedroom Makeover. Since moving in about a year ago we never got around to decorating above our bed. Our bed was pretty much just thrown together and the only thing I had purchased was the bedding before moving. I had so much inspiration on Pinterest to go with a grey, yellow and turquoise color scheme. 





I absolutely love the look of gallery walls and knew one above the bed would be so fun so once the colors and ideas were decided I began shopping and searching for all the accents.


Picture frame from Kirklands
Love printable here


This was a fun project. I took a pre-cut piece of wood from our local craft store and painted it teal and added the vinyl decal. 


This was an old picture frame that I spray painted then I bought the unfinished letters at the craft store and painted them with metallic acrylic paint. 


Keep Calm Printable here
Instructions to add to canvas here




Bedding set from Ikea
Chevron blanket Wal-Mart
Lamps from Target
Pillows I sewed a simple pocket pillow cover for them

Thanks for taking a look today,
Happy Crafting!

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Friday, April 11, 2014

Big Boy Bedroom Reveal!


Today is the day that I am finally sharing with you my son's Big Boy Bedroom!
As you might have seen from my inspiration post I was going for a nautical feel but I wanted to incorporate more than just boats.


I found this perfect decal on Etsy and I decided to work the theme around the saying. So I used planes, trains, boats and some car decor throughout the bedroom while sticking with the red, white and blue color scheme. The wood pieces along the side of the decal were purchased unfinished at our local craft store then I painted them with acrylic paints. 



The wood boat shelf in the corner was a gift from my Dad for my son's 2nd birthday and it matched the room perfectly!


Lamp bought from Home Goods
Train Piggy Bank from Home Goods
Anchor Canvas Picture: Print here and instructions here




The Pilot in Training sign I painted by using a pre-cut piece of wood from our local craft store


This plane frame as well as the one below are the inexpensive unfinished frames that you buy from the craft store and I painted them with acrylic paint. 



The canvas pictures I made using these instructions here.


And lastly I sewed this pennant banner to match it all.

Thanks for stopping by
Happy crafting!

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