Little Explorers Classic Shared Boys Room


Shared Boys Room

This classic shared boys room is perfect for the little explorers in your life! The vibrant blue walls are a wonderful backdrop for this room created by Beth from  Home Stories A to Z.  The beadboard walls with raingutter bookshelves are practical and fun. Giving each boy their own custom bookcase above their bed is a special touch that defines their own space within the room. The walls were painted with Sherwin Williams Rainstorm in flat sheen.

A bookshelf

 The Letter Bookshelves were handmade. Beth shares instructions in her Z bookshelf

blocks

Window view

The roman shades were made use Premier Prints Chipper Slub Corn Yellow fabric.

dresser

Dresser Labels

I love the labeled drawer pulls. They look fabulous and they are so useful for young children. You could start with small pictures of what goes in the drawer and then move onto words.

 

Designing a shared room involves making sure each child has a space of their own plus making sure each child has enough storage. Beth did a wonderful job with many DIY projects accomplished in this room! You can find out more details about this room and her other projects at her blog, Home Stories A to Z.

File Drawer PullBrass Label Holder & Bin Pull.

solar system mobile

Authentic Models Solar System Mobile


 
Posted on January 16, 2013
 
Categories: boy's rooms, paint colors, stylish kid's rooms

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  1. Shauna {The Best Blog Recipes} says:
    January 24, 2013

    Love this idea for a boys room! I’d love if you’d stop by and visit my link party and share one of your awesome projects!

    http://thebestblogrecipes.blogspot.com/2013/01/the-weekend-re-treat-1.html

    Shauna {The Best Blog Recipes}

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