so he likes familiarity and routine. I think that separating these two would just throw him for a loop.
I made their initials above their beds with fabric, a letter from the craft store, Luan board, 1×1′s, and, you guessed it, Mod Podge.
I debated for months on what I needed to put on the large wall above Mason’s bed. I finally found this large laminated map. It adds just enough color and it gave me a direction to go for the rest of the room. You know I’ve been a little map crazy these days. The blue trays are painted with Krylon’s Peekaboo Blue.
The large globe was purchased from Vintage Rhino on Etsy.
They are offering my readers 15% off their purchase! Just go to http://www.etsy.com/shop/TheVintageRhino and give them the coupon code ‘SIMPLICITY’ when you checkout.
The tutorial for the polka dot galvanized pail that you see on the bookcase is here.
To see our teenage son’s vintage industrial bedroom, click on this link.
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