Happy Monday, folks.
It’s been awhile since I’ve shared our progress or any updates on our kid’s shared room, and though we are still making small changes here and there, I thought I’d show where we are now. We started this room with an Inspiration Board of course, because that’s such a great way to plan out what you want to see, and though you can easily make changes along the way, it’s a perfect place to “put it all together” before you spend too much time or money on the room.
Without further ado, some photos of our kiddos shared space:
They love their own little shelves at their bed and it’s the perfect spot to nestle their cups of water that they “need” to have every night.
The kids are still loving their pallet beds that we made for them, and they’ve held up SO well. And you can’t beat a price tag of under $50 for two beds that are so fun and creative for a kid space!
Isn’t it amazing what photos reveal… I obviously need to work on hiding some cords. Yes, there’s a TV in their room, something I never thought I’d allow in my kid’s room. Oh the things that change when you actually have kids, although not connected to any service, it’s there for the times they need to retreat with their favorite DVD.
Some of the little details really are my favorites, like the vintage wooden train from my mama, the beautiful Instagram prints we have strung up in the window, and the string of star lights we have hanging above the kids’ beds (the perfect night light).
A couple of the more recent additions we’ve made are the art gallery wall, created with the kids’ own artwork, our white washed celebrate sign and complete with cork boards so they can pin their current fave projects and photos, the vintage wheel/cloud mobile we made to hang in the corner and one of my favorite projects, the magnetic chalkboard that has held up impeccably and is one of the first things any play-date guest uses.
It definitely feels nice to make some inexpensive changes, and crank out a few DIY projects into their combined room to really make it a shared space, instead of the multiple-personality the room previously had with clashing colors and themes.
Change is good.
Anyone else working on some room/home updates? How goes it?