It's probably only me that feels like this reveal is so long over due.
The playroom has been almost done for about a month, but a few little details kept tripping me up and I don't like showing things till they are mostly 100% done.
But I finally have it ready (And by ready I mean I wouldn't let my boys play in here till I got the pictures I needed. Mean mom I know.) so here we go!
Here's some before pictures.
Don't judge the chaos.
Lest you think we normally have a hallway full of toys, these were after we cleaned the room out to start painting.
If you follow me on Instagram (why aren't you following me yet?! :)) you've seen this pic of us getting the paint on the walls.
And then there was some Ikea shopping and DIY's and yada yada let's get to the pictures.
Details will follow. Promise.
I love this room.
I may not win Mother of the Year for a multitude of reasons (you're kid ate goldfish crackers for breakfast, lunch and dinner...?) but I do a pretty darn good job of playing with the boys.
So this room was really important to me.
My tops priorities were storage, lots of floor space to play, a desk and just for it to be a playful place.
And I think I can check all of those off the list!
Below is the source list for everything in the room.
I'll have a different tutorial each day this week for different projects in the room.
Tomorrow will be the closet turned nook. :)
Playroom Source List
Built-Ins: IKEA and Craigslist
Metal Storgage Baskets: Crate & Barrel
Leather Chair: already had (thrifted)
Rug: Home Decorators
Shim Wall Art: DIY
Closet fort: DIY
$40 (we had most of the wood on hand)
Pillows: Target and already had
$45 (all pillows are on clearance)
Turquoise stool: Already had
Elephant: already had
Red storage bins: Target
Wood desk: DIY
Alphabet Poster: Hobby Lobby
Circus Water Color: a gift from my very talented aunt
PLAY Picture: DIY
Wall Paint: Already Had (It's Pepper Corn by SW)
We sold the rocking chair/ottoman, rug, shelf, and some toys for a total of $110 which we put toward the projects in the room, so the final total came in at $368.
Not to bad!
See you tomorrow for the closet turned nook tutorial!