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Little Boys Room Makeover

22 August 2011

Little Boys Room Makeover
submitted by Balancing Home

The much anticipated reveal of Quinn's room. The project took on a life of its own and took us longer to finish then expected, but it was totally worth it. Without Further Ado...

Before and Afters

The Room @ A Glance

And Again...Because I love it that much!

Room Breakdown (i.e. thought bubbles all over)

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Anonymous,  August 22, 2011 at 9:59 AM  

What an awesome transformation!! It's amazing what a difference just painting the trim makes! The dresser hutch turned headboard.....pure genius!! I love the gutter book shelves. I did the same thing in my sewing room.....attached it to the bottom of a framed and painted piece of pegboard.

CalypsoInTheCountry August 22, 2011 at 12:09 PM  

Love how the room turned out. I am in the planning process of changing my 7 year old's room from babyish to big kid. I love seeing inspiring photos. Kids rooms can be so much fun!

Jule August 22, 2011 at 12:42 PM  

Wow, what a great room for your little one. I esp. love the letters on the wall (READ and the Q). You paid attention to so many details, fantastic. Also the closet for toy storage is great. We do not have those closets in Europe ...
I just gave my daughters room a make-over as she starts school next month and is a big girl now! Almost finished ... ;) Jule

Rob August 22, 2011 at 1:37 PM  

Love those rain gutter bookshelves! We did something similar (but simpler) in our little boy's room:


Tanya Anurag August 22, 2011 at 1:54 PM  

I loved the way you did the interiors of that room. The use of color 'red' brings on cheerfulness. Great job done.

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