I shared his mood board a few months ago, so sorry to keep you all in suspense for this long. He really wanted a loft bed, a couch and fun seating options (for when his friends come over) along with some rustic touches.

As you can see below this room has seen many changes from when we moved in.

I added a few dimensional objects while keeping it simple.

I also used the gray to paint the moldings and doors, this took a lot of time but worth every second!

I need to tell you how amazing these drapery rods are, not only do they look great and give a modern feel but they are sturdy!!!

I was a little nervous because it was so reasonable, well let me tell you, this rug is a great quality and the pattern is soft enough to go with any décor.

I have so many favorites in this room but this light fixture, ahh!!

I love how you paired a picture of a buffalo near the curtains.

You did such an amazing job making it look so rich and inviting and grown up. Love the buffalo print and that hanging pendant light.

You have picked elegant and unique things to give a rustic look to your home.

I checked all my fave’ blogs and instagrams and was so disappointed by so few commenting.

I want to get it for our son (8) but it looks a little thin or not so sturdy?

If you screw into the wall it will be much better. Frills and ruffles lend to a comfortable and soft space. Distressed and vintage home decor bring intimacy to luxurious spaces, cozy up a large room, and utilize the nooks and crannies in your home. It’s all about a collection of the things you love in a space you adore. Add flair with pops of teal and turquoise or bold pinks and reds. This coarse textile is popular because it adds edge and texture to pretty places. Painted, sanded, and distressed metals create old-fashioned country charm. Paisley offers intricacy to an otherwise simple room. This detailed fabric is unique because it comes in a huge assortment of colors and styles to help you take the chic up a notch. Elegant and fragile-looking accessories cover flat surfaces, meanwhile heavy furniture with plenty of storage spaces balances the room. Past and present marry to create an interior that is undeniably yours. They create an inviting feel that will put you and your guests at ease. The light and airy qualities are perfect for layering and for filtering light in a dreamy way through curtains and lampshades. A weathered look dons chips, nicks, and scratches with grace. A pale, creamy palette draws the focus to pops of color in dinnerware and floral centerpieces. All white isn’t just for the clean edge of contemporary. This palette can easily be warmed up with cozy upholstery, a soft area rug, and inviting hardwood. A sturdy table will ensure that it will stand the test of many shared meals with friends and family. Choose mix-and-match chairs or bench seating to create a cheerful dining room. Flower arrangements are also a great way to experiment with and change color accents when the mood strikes. Don’t shy away from soft, billowy, and downright fluffy items to fill your bedroom. For you, that may be white, but be sure to consider other colors in soft tones.

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Toile, floral, quatrefoil, and stripes all belong in the little details that make this bedroom yours. Pull meaningful trinkets into a collection to display on shelves or dresser tops. Your favorite, pretty little things will bring positive energy and a calming demeanor, setting the tone for your day. A nation that has made the best of overcast skies with cashmere sweaters and chic country homes, it handles gloomy weather as it does most things: with a stiff upper lip and a sense of style. English passion for collection through the generations and a general reluctance to throw anything out!

When it comes to interiors, she likes to pair unexpected pieces together to amplify their impact.

I know how nerve-wracking it can be to choose paint colors,” she says. An object that comes with a story behind it is always more personal and infinitely more interesting than an off-the-shelf item,” she says. It’s nearing completion, so we’ve started on the upstairs.

We are actually hiring out some parts of the various rooms, not because we can’t do them, but because it enables things to move a lot quicker than we can possibly do them. As a result, we’re coming up quickly on the “fun part” for several upstairs rooms- the decor!

I would catch you up on my plans for all of the rooms in our home in the coming weeks.

I also know that a lot of you have joined us later in the renovation, so it’s a good way to catch you up on the current status of all of the rooms!

I feel very strongly that it’s important for a person- whether it’s an adult or child- to have a space that is their own style. He suggested materials like rustic wood, metal, and chose gray and navy blue for the colors. His highest priority was a desk that he can work at- he dreams of being an engineer someday, and he wanted a place where he can sketch ideas and tinker. It has been a fun project to work on and so interesting to see his personal style and independence emerge. We’re waiting on his closet doors and bedroom door (it was damaged in transit, so it’s a bit behind schedule). We’re planning on assembling his desk tonight, but we still need to get the chair and bureau.

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Unfortunately, there was no possible way to arrange his room other than having his bed tucked in the corner, so the placement in this progress photo is temporary. It isn’t my favorite arrangement, but he’s happy to have more floor space for activities. The ceiling is one thing we don’t have a firm plan for yet. It definitely needs a light fixture- none of the upstairs bedrooms had them. It’s plaster, so it can’t be wetted and scraped like “popcorn” ceilings.

We have done beadboard and tongue-and-groove over the texture in other rooms and we’ve talked about adding a layer of thin, smooth drywall. It’s solid wood and they’ve introduced this gray finish, so we can get a quality piece for a lot less!

The base pieces are very neutral and will work just as well for a teen (or even adult!) as they will for a child. The soft pink wall color is age-neutral, and the ornate rug and tufted bed frame can grow up along with your little girl. A crystal chandelier adds sparkle and maturity to the space. A whimsy upholstered kid's headboard mimics the shape of a house, and a yellow footboard and mirror add bright color.

A hopscotch rug ties the room's colors together while also providing a fun game to play. Take a cue from the kitchen for organization. Here, semicustom cabinets act as a built-in around the bed, and drawers beneath the bed take advantage of untapped storage space. Give the feminine shades a unique twist with thoughtful application. Pair it with soft neutrals and hints of periwinkle for a classic-meets-glam vibe. This room's lavender walls, window treatments, and throw pillows work well for a teen, and later on it can suit a guest room.

The classic furniture pieces suit either purpose, and simple switches can introduce more subdued accent colors. Using carpet tiles is a smart move with girls that love to do arts and crafts; if there is a permanent stain on one tile, simply replace it. While a two-color scheme is simple, sometimes adding a third color can make a kid's room sing. This also lets you incorporate a favorite, of-the-moment color. In this girl's bedroom idea, bedding with the room's pink and green scheme features a bit of blue, which also makes a splash on the storage boxes atop the dresser. If a remodel is involved, tailor the basics of the room to suit your home's style. For example, if you have a farmhouse, use warm, rustic wood on the walls and floor. That way, the space will blend seamlessly with the rest of the home should it be used for another purpose down the road. In this nursery, a single pattern on the window treatments and bed skirt furthers the minimalist vibe. Look for ways to take advantage of every nook in a kid's rooms. Here, a changing table tucks perfectly into a small alcove, leaving more available floor space. Statement light fixtures above the bed give extra glamour that can carry into teenage years. Like in other rooms, keep scale in mind and mix large, small, and medium-scale patterns to achieve balance.

In a shared bedroom, repeat the same patterns from bed to bed and create a symmetrical setup. Take on this hue for a cool girl room idea. Look for a white with undertones of a color used in the room. Here, a white with a pink cast provides a break in the action while blending with the room's cheeky pink accents. The little girl's provides a stark difference to the pastel walls. In this traditional blue and white bedroom, fun accents of orange add pop. The major elements in the room—the wall, the bed, and the side table—are in blue so the space remains restful. The mix of patterns knows no age barrier and provides plenty of other color options for makeovers later on. For multi-hue schemes, include plenty of white to tame the color confluence, like the white furniture in this cute girl bedroom idea. The custom coverlet's red embroidery has a refined look that can stay with the room's pre-kindergarten resident until she reaches college age.

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We will try our best to help you within 12 hours, hope you have a enjoy shopping experience in our store. It’s a beautiful canvas that brings so much light and life to an empty wall. Used nails and command strips to hang easier but looks great on the wall. No doubt you remember how much fun it was decorating their room the first time when they were little.

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Now trying to get them excited about anything can seem like more trouble than it’s worth. With our gallery of modern teenage boy room decor ideas, it can still be fun. Whether yours gravitates toward a clean neutral palette, bright sports-themed colors or a more rustic theme, our gallery has something for everyone. Whether you’ve got one teen that’s moving to a bigger room or a pair of boys sharing a small room, these ideas offer a smart solution to every need and want. We’ve even got some fun dorm-appropriate room layouts. The laser-cut lanterns casts soft shadows on the walls at night, adding to the effect. Now attached to the main house, the cozy quarters accommodate a queen-size bed and headboard flanked by custom floating bedside tables. Made of bark cloth, the pillow's material is aptly named for its environment. It overlooks the scenic backyard filled with birch and spruce trees. The tiny table— just big enough to accommodate a bud vase, cell phone, or coffee cup— was a gift from the owner's aunt. Bold textiles pop against neutral wood paneling, and unexpected accents like a vintage hat mold on the table make a space feel truly personal. Wallpaper with a wood grain pattern, a fresh way to achieve a similar effect as unpainted, wood-paneled walls, creates a warm backdrop for the crisp bed. Brass sconces cast a warm light while keeping tabletops clear. Here, the headboard's large-scale print serves as the jumping-off point for the room's bold mix of motifs. In a smaller scale and lighter hue, the comforter's subtle checks look cohesive, not clashing. Ornately patterned pillows provide a visual counter to the bed's double dose of gingham. Accessories (a book, the basket, and a blanket) in slightly brighter shades of pink finish the look with a little extra oomph. For a fresh, not fussy, approach, stick to one color scheme and balance large-scale prints (like the floral and gingham) with small ones (like the plaid and block print). When it comes to picking color schemes, and patterns it is all about soothing hues from muted to vibrant. The trick is to choose furnishings that convey a casual and welcoming feeling. For your inspiration explore our favorite cottage inspired homes. So that you know, this type of wood paneling was once used to protect walls from dings, dents, and splashes. And while beadboard can go up to the ceiling, it is typically installed on the lower third of a wall where damage can happen. Notice the glass bubble chandeliers on both sides of the bed?

Covering the sofa on the right is a shabby chic styled slipcover in cream. A square pouf with nautical stripes doubles as a coffee table.

Natural fabrics make the bed more inviting. Throws pillows in coral add a splash of seaside style. The oak woodwork is reminiscent of a woodland cabin. Vintage furniture and bohemian inspired accents such as the pillows and rug add cozy appeal. The timber coffee table doubles as a desk for small children thanks to two vintage school chairs. A swing securely bolted to the ceiling provides an extra spot for a wee one to sit. Colorful hooks keep beach accessories within easy reach. Vintage midcentury furniture chisels out room to work and entertain. Wallpaper with a pretty fireworks pattern defines the dining nook toward the back. Did you scroll all this way to get facts about rustic cottage decor ?

The most common rustic cottage decor material is wood.

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