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I started this Tween Spy Room by painting the entire room, including baseboards, ceiling, walls and doors a medium gray. A spiral in a lighter shade of gray was painted coming out of the ceiling fan and down the wall behind the dresser. This idea was to mimic the spiral shown at the beginning of James Bond movies, but with more of a kid-like look. The loft bed was used to save space and was painted the same color as the wall to blend in with the walls. A "bullet proof shield" was attached from the rails of the bed to the ceiling for protection from the ceiling fan. A large desk area was built under the bed, complete with undermounted lights and secret built-in compartments also known as "the secret weapon cache." A hanging chair makes the perfect place to snuggle and read, as well as the three storage cubes that were placed under the window to make a bench window seat. The cubes can easily be moved around for additional seating for hanging out with friends. Red was used as an accent color to contrast the gray which can be seen in the rug, hanging wall lamps and shelving, and pillows and bedding. Some other fun accents were added by using removable wall stickers such as a security camera, bullet holes, signs, and a wall of computer monitors. Lastly, every spy needs his high tech equipment so the computer and wall mounted t.v. were a must for this spy.