Hey friends! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend!! Mine was spent redoing my son Anderson's room while he was staying with my parents. If you missed my post last week, I shared that he will be turning four in October so I was thinking it was about time to give him a big boy room. I have been slowly collecting things for his room for about a year and I seriously love how it all came together!!!!
To refresh your memory here are a couple before pictures of Anderson's nursery:
And the after:
I bought this feed sack from Linda at Coastal Charm. She shared pictures of her booth and I immediately spotted this with Anderson's name on it and knew I HAD to have it!! So perfect!! I was so glad she was willing to ship it to me!
One of my favorite parts of the room - the crate gallery wall. There's room to add more! I absolutely love the ammunition crate lid from Naples, Italy sent to Pontiac, MI!
We made another set of barn wood shelves like the ones in my kitchen.
Army foot locker turned toy box
I love this wood box and the typography
Love the green metal cups that came with it too!
I'm excited to see what Anderson will collect to fill this printer tray to replace my brass hose nozzles. I have a feeling it's going to be a lot of rocks and old coins.
So what do you think?
Anderson was SO excited! He said it looked AMAZING!!! :)
I still have plans for window valances. Still brainstorming on how to create them. I will be sure to update when I get them finished!
Wall color: Homestead Resort Parlor Taupe by Valspar
Bedding: Restoration Hardware
Gray bedding: Walmart
If you'd like to see sneak peeks throughout the week and other inspiration, be sure to follow me on Facebook!!
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A great mix of items, I love the look! LauraReplyDelete
As Mary Poppins said, practically perfect in every way! I love it from top to bottom! SO rustic, farmhouse, industrial... you nailed it, girl!ReplyDelete
Wow! That is wonderful! Anderson is lucky to have a creative mom like you!ReplyDelete
What an amazing room! All of the details are just perfect and I enjoyed checking them all out. I really love that bed too.ReplyDelete
Anderson's room is amazing. What a great job you did. How cute he said to you he thought it looked amazing. Warms your heart.ReplyDelete
Wow Melissa! Anderson has a cool bedroom!Love all the details he is one lucky boy!ReplyDelete
What a great room! I love everything about it! You did a great job..ReplyDelete
What a wonderful room! Just enough of all the right items.ReplyDelete
my brother would love a room like this he is the vintage type of guyReplyDelete
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That's a very interesting bedroom, I think anyone who sleeps in there will enjoy taking a long look at all of the industrial treasures! It's very nice.ReplyDelete
Beautiful work! I'd love if you'd link up to The DIY'ers! http://homecomingmn.blogspot.com/2013/08/the-diyers-and-weekend.htmlReplyDelete
Looks Super Melissa! It will be interesting to see what Anderson collects as he grows older. I'm sure he's already been backseat pickin. Beautiful job, Dee from My Painted StuffReplyDelete
What a wonderfully rustic place for a young boy to dream. What about a crate valance with grain sacks hanging from it? I am in love with the "pull" sign.ReplyDelete
I bet Anderson is 'captain excited' - the room is amazing!ReplyDelete
Greetings from Australia♥ ~Pernilla
Great room! LOVE every detail :)ReplyDelete
That turned out amazing.....great job!ReplyDelete
I love it all, so many fabulous vintage things and you have them all organized beautifully. Thanks for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, MartyReplyDelete
What an adorable space! I especially love the "Product of Scotland" plank!ReplyDelete
I LOVE this room! I always love industrial touches, and you styled this to perfection! (And what a cute name-Anderson :)ReplyDelete
Love love love this room!!ReplyDelete
Love that bedding with all of the industrial touches around the room. Just so creative. The crate gallery above the bed is wonderful too.ReplyDelete
Amazing is definitely the right word! I love the industrial look, and the crate wall is awesome!ReplyDelete
I LOVE this room!! I'm such a fan of rusty things and this is perfect for a little boy!! Great inspiration...may I add these to my files??!!ReplyDelete
Kate @ Uniquely Undone
WOW excellent idea for a boy's design, this really caught my eye….I wanted to invite you to share this at my linky party going on now. Add as many projects as you like. Hope to see you there…ReplyDelete
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love all of your photos - wheels, nozzles, keys, fan, etc. look so steampunk!ReplyDelete
Turned out so cute! Love it! XO, AimeeReplyDelete
Excellent, excellent, excellent!!!ReplyDelete
It looks amazing! Magazine worthy. Thanx for joining THT!ReplyDelete
Wow! So many fabulous unique vintage touches... It is truly amazing! I am working on my sons room right now too... Going for a vintage nautical/camp feel. So much fun collecting things for it! You did an amazing job:)ReplyDelete
That's a wonderful room for years to come! Love all the industrial touches but the pieces of crates definitely take the cake. :)ReplyDelete
I love each & every detail! Being featured at The Inspiration Exchange on Sat! Jen-City FarmhouseReplyDelete
Love your blog!New follower, hoping you'll follow back :)ReplyDelete
This is just lovely. I adore the traditional bed mixed with all the industrial elements.ReplyDelete
What a great room! It is a perfect mix of just the right things! Stopping by from Love of House and Home blog hop.ReplyDelete
You have so many great pieces! Thanks for sharing - it looks fantastic.ReplyDelete
LOOOOOVVVVVEEEEE IT!!!!!!!! that is an awesome room!!ReplyDelete
A.MAZ.ING. You did an awesome job transforming his room! I love all the galvanized, the typeset tray, the bedding...all of it! I am a new follower via Feedly. I'd love it if you would share this at "What We Accomplished Wednesday," at Green Willow Pond. It is live Tuesdays at about 6:00 EST. Have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
What awesome pieces you have in there! Love the fan and clock especially :)ReplyDelete
The crate wall is a wonderful idea!ReplyDelete
I love all the little vintage industrial touches. Great job!ReplyDelete
AWWW...sooo cute!!! I love every detail!ReplyDelete
It is darling! Such attention to detail!ReplyDelete
It's fabulous! Did the top comforter and pillow come from RH? I can't seem to find it on their site. Thanks!ReplyDelete
WOW! I love this room! I've featured you on Give Me The Goods features today and on my FB page ;) Be sure to grab a button.ReplyDelete
Jamie @ somuchbetterwithage.com
Just stopping by to say....I LOVE IT!!!! It is seriously amazing, streamlined, bright and very masculine. Great work mama :)ReplyDelete
I'm stopping over from Serenity Now and I just love what you did with this room. The shelves are so cool with all those industrial pieces and I"m obsessed with the crates! Very creative!ReplyDelete
Love your industrial bits and pieces! I'm going to pin them. :)ReplyDelete
so many fun components to this room! super job pulling it all together!ReplyDelete
loving your blog and especially this room makeover! Going to change some things up in my son's room now. I'd love some advice if you have any to share. Here's the post on it: http://girlmeetscarpenter.blogspot.com/2013/05/big-boy-baby-girl-nursery.html Enjoy your week!ReplyDelete
What a COOL room! As I scrolled, I kept saying "I want that!"ReplyDelete