Thursday, November 4, 2010

The Boys' room is done (almost)

I have had the paint for this little "project" for a while now, and we finally got it done! Well, as much as its going to be for a while. We plan on getting some new bunkbeds since these beds are falling apart and doing a few small things, but I couldn't wait till who knows when to share! I have to say, I love the outcome! Its seriously amazing what a little paint can do for a space! We painted the whole wall with a grey primer and then did grey on the top and a red on the bottom. I don't have the names near me but I know that the grey was Glidden and the red was from Walmart (it was an oops color one day while I was there so I grabbed it)
I wasn't sure how the space would turn out, Brayden's favorite color is red, but I knew I wanted to tone it down a little since he shares with Bryson. I really love it! We just need to fill the nail holes in the chair rail and I need to figure out the curtain "issues". I know we need something else, but I don't know what. I can't decide what color to go with, but the blue just isn't feeling right. I do have a few more things I plan on doing to the walls (some vinyl for one) and for some reason it wouldn't let me add all the pics, but here is the ones I was allowed to add! Let me know what you think! Clayton told me he gets worried every time I say "I was thinking" because he is just sure that its going to mean more painting. He is usually right, but he does it anyway, thanks Honey!
this is the best before I could find.



the lighting isn't great, but here it is!

4 comments:

Gus and Carolee Drake said...

Wow that looks great... maybe that will inspire me to work on my kids rooms!

pk @ Room Remix said...

The two colors you chose are so warm, cozy and masculine (okay - boyish :-)). I like your letters too!

tuckers311 said...

i love the room!! so cute!

Melissa said...

I love the colors! I have to admit I was a bit worried when you mentioned them but now that I see them I would totally do the same in my boys room. Great job Tami!