Boys Room Semi-Reveal

The boys room has come along way. It still has work to be done on it.. wall trim replaced, closet doors installed and thermal fabric added to the tie blinds to help keep the room comfortable.

Here is what we started with.. 

 Side view of the room. Sliding access to eve storage and closet door.

Here is where we are today.

This is a view of the left bunk. There is a little storage area behind the curtains for large toys and totes. 

 This is the bunk on the right. They are pretty much the same.. except the boys picked out their sheets and one is blue..the other has red.

I'm struggling with the curtain rod. It needs a center support..but I can't really get any higher due to the ceiling. The tie blind I made.. the blue ribbon doesn't quite match...however it was picked out at the insistence of my 4 year old decorator. I had planned on white. I'm planing to attach thermal fabric to help with heat in this room.
 The bedding is all thrifted/craigslist. The quilt and pillow covers are Pottery Parn. Attached to the wall is a book pocket for stashing books, little toys and their water bottle.
 Full on view as you walk in. The cubbies are from Target and while not my first choice they were easy to carry up the stairs. We didn't really need dressers due to all the closet space this room has. For older boys a pair of cute vintage desks will replace these.

 The paint color was a an "oops" can from Walmart. A bit brighter than I had envisioned. The boys love it...but I may cut the half can I have left with some white and bring it down a shade or two.

Thanks for visiting! :)

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