Well this was a fun activity. I let my boys pick their paint colors and then let them decorate their rooms too. Brave, right? While you lift your jaw off the floor, let me clarify. By decorate I mean I gave them “this” or “that” choices on what bed they wanted. You know, I wanted to make them feel like they had a hand in the process. Then, with the help of the TMC team, we created mood boards to make their spaces come to life. I wanted the boys’ rooms to feel age appropriate, but also to be rooms that can evolve as they grow. Our boys have always shared rooms and even though they will have their own spaces, I am putting my money on the fact that they will likely have “sleepovers” nightly. While I lost the built-in bunk bed fight, we will have a bunk (twin over full) with a trundle in case they all end up in the same room.
If you have been following our new home journey on Instagram, you may recall that we purchased this home in 2020 and still have not moved in. We are close. SO close. If you are new around here you can catch up by checking out the “new home” highlight on my Instagram home page. Needless, to say, we’ve had plenty of time to think about room decor over the past two years. I am excited to share what we came up with (so far) for our boys’ rooms.
Paint Color: Gray Owl
Light | Bed | Dresser | Night Stand | Wall Art | Rug | Hat Hooks | Leather Stools
Paint Color: Athenian Blue
Light | Bed | Chair | Throw Pillow | Rug | Mirror | Desk | Chair | Dog Desk Lamp | Wall Art | Shelves | Football
Paint Color: Bayville Blue
Light Fixture | Shelves | Chair | Rug | Storage Bed | Floor Lamp | Dresser | Boyhood Pennant | Phillies Pennant
Paint Color: Philipsburg Blue
Light Fixture | Bed | Drawers | Chair | Rug | Mirror | Bedding | Baseball Print | Baseball Glove Print
If you missed our new home paint color post, you can find that here.