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Boys' Rooms

  • Davis' Nautical Room, My 3 year old loves boats and the beach, so we made his room in that theme., Boys' Rooms Design

    Davis' Nautical Room

    4 photos, 18,184 Views, Flag

  • Olivers Nautical Bedroom, The inspiration for this room came from a picture on pottery barns website about a speedboat bed. The price if the bed was ridiculous and I knew I could make one just as nice if not nicer so i set out to create the ultimate nautical boys room. The bed is hand made by me with fully functioning bow lights, lighted compass, water temp gauge, and amperes gauge. 2 walls are upholstered in stained pine 1X2 to create a yacht type feel. Grey laminate floors, all stained pine trim and hand painted door. Closet door handles are old paddles I had in the garage cleaned up and clear coated. Ceiling fan is from Hunter Fans and has actual sail cloth fan blades. The mural on the wall was designed and hand painted by me, it is the area of the St. Lawrence river in which we live. The room took several months to complete but my little man loves it and the smile it brings to his face made it all worth while...., Boys' Rooms Design

    Olivers Nautical Bedr...

    14 photos, 19,482 Views, Flag

  • Keep on Truckin', Zac's Dad called me and asked if there was a way to take an old truck apart and reassemble it in his son's room.  My initial response was "sure, anything can be done, but..."  Insert 100 reasons why it wouldn't work.  Let's say he was a little disappointed.  As our conversation developed, it came to light that it wasn't the idea of a real truck he was hot on, it was the fact that he didn't want one cut out of plywood and painted to look like a truck.  He was in love with the idea of a 3 dimensional truck.  The solution I proposed was to build our own vintage truck.  So that's what we did.  Styled after a 1940's Ford/Chevy pick up, we sculpted a scaled down version with an extended bed to accommodate a twin mattress.  We topped off our handy work with a distressed paint finish and trim pieces.  The only real parts on this bed are the wheels from a volkswagon and the steering wheel.  We outfitted the room with a faux garage door sporting a logo of his son Zac's fictitious custom automotive business.  I apologize to those of you that had seen this a month or so ago, it seems that several of my uploads were deleted by some gliche.  So, here we are again, kickin the tires., Boys' Rooms Design

    Keep on Truckin'

    3 photos, 51,475 Views, Flag

  • Pirate Ship Bedroom, Custom created pirate ship bunk bed and painted mural to match. Bunk bed is accessed by climbing the crates on the side of the ship which double as bookshelves., Boys' Rooms Design

    Pirate Ship Bedroom

    2 photos, 22,277 Views, Flag

  • Shark Hunter, Underwater hand painted mural with custom sunken shark boat, Boys' Rooms Design

    Shark Hunter

    2 photos, 12,767 Views, Flag

  • Nautical Boys' Room, Welcome to my Nautical Boys' Room.  This room is shared by my two boys ages 7 and 4.  The design was inspired by their favorite place to be, the lake.  To see more of my home please visit:, Boys' Rooms Design

    Nautical Boys' Room

    8 photos, 6,750 Views, Flag

  • Speed Demon- a room for the high octane teen!, The thrill of speed, the rush of competition and the love of man's machines can be found in this Speed Demon room, I designed around a teen.  The client, a homebuilder, chose this theme to reflect their love of dirt bikes, cars and vintage memorabilia, in this  show home.  As a rather petite room,  with merely space for a twin bed and shelving we had only one wall to make a great statement., Boys' Rooms Design

    Speed Demon- a room f...

    3 photos, 23,693 Views, Flag

  • Bunk beds for 6, I wanted to build bunk beds for my 4 children to sleep in that would allow for friends as well. It took a little over 3 days and cost a little over $500 to achieve. , Boys' Rooms Design

    Bunk beds for 6

    3 photos, 11,118 Views, Flag

  • My multihandicapped son's Scooby Doo Room, I painted the Scooby and friends on my son's room (he's nearly 31) since that is his favorite cartoon show.  I found the bedspread and valances on line (used) and painted the room a cheerful color.  It's a small room but so personal., Boys' Rooms Design

    My multihandicapped s...

    5 photos, 9,438 Views, Flag

  • Consignment furniture find redo, Found this bedroom set on consignment for $100!  It was perfect for my 7yr old so with a little paint, new hardware and some elbow grease, it's now perfect for a little boys room!, Boys' Rooms Design

    Consignment furniture...

    8 photos, 9,224 Views, Flag

  • Pirate Boys' Bedroom, I created an awesome pirate themed bedroom for my son. The extra large hand painted pirate map and pirate ship bunk bed came out better than I expected!, Boys' Rooms Design

    Pirate Boys' Bedroom

    7 photos, 12,875 Views, Flag

  • Faux Wood Plank Wall, Starting with a bare wall I created a faux plank wall using several glazes I mixed along with a wide brush and woodgraining tool. It took a little time but I really liked the way it turned out., Boys' Rooms Design

    Faux Wood Plank Wall

    3 photos, 3,588 Views, Flag

  • Marlin Meets Modern , My 8 yr. old son LOVES any creature that lives under the sea!  He wanted a "fish" bedroom, but I didn't want to do your typical ocean theme...he chose the colors and we used our imaginations to create a fun, energetic space.  Hope you like it too! , Boys' Rooms Design

    Marlin Meets Modern

    7 photos, 10,670 Views, Flag

  • Boys Love Color Too, My boys' colorful big boy room. They are 5 and 4. The room is a little small, but we made it work. They like all of the colors. I like the cheeriness. I painted the union jack dresser on a whim, after seeing one on Pinterest. I made the transportation wall art (after seeing them on Land of Nod), and painted the letters for their previous nursery. The lamps came from the Goodwill. I saw some similar at Target, so I bought these and painted them a matching yellow from their original brass color. I bought the Metro map since we moved here from Maryland. I was able to frame it pretty cheaply using the "build-a-frame" frame end pieces at Michaels, and having Lowe's cut the glass to size (less than $15) , Boys' Rooms Design

    Boys Love Color Too

    9 photos, 13,377 Views, Flag

  • Georgia Bulldogs Dream Bedroom, Boys' Rooms Design

    Georgia Bulldogs Drea...

    4 photos, 18,621 Views, Flag

  • Boys room, My son wanted a sports themed room. I didn't want something that looked like a locker room. I think we came up with a good compromise. He picked out the green walls. He loves bright colors., Boys' Rooms Design

    Boys room

    2 photos, 7,109 Views, Flag

  • Boys Baseball bathroom , We're Cubs fans... condolences PLEASE! Once a Cubs Fan always a Cubs fan. The tradition of dying of old age waiting for a Cubs WS continues. In the interim we  turned our son's  bathroom into the Cubs locker room. Ernie Bank's locker is just across from our son' abotu fantasy ball.  The mural  is complete with shoes and socks strewn so that  our son's own dirty socks on the floor won't stand out so much.   The design  was intended to visually extend what is a small bathroom.  , Boys' Rooms Design

    Boys Baseball bathroo...

    6 photos, 9,791 Views, Flag

  • Teen boys' room, My son turned 13 and wanted a 'more grown up' room. He did the design by himself over the summer break. , Boys' Rooms Design

    Teen boys' room

    5 photos, 19,649 Views, Flag

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