Thursday, 6 February 2014



As the days get longer and Spring approaches I feel the need for a spot of decorating.. My oldest son now a tall young man has out grown his currant bedroom decor.. It is going to be a whole new overhaul.. Out with the old and in with the new.. He has quite firmly told me he does not want primitive style and old stuff in there but well I am sure the odd vintage item will sit nicely with the design board I have created.. When I showed him the board I got the raised eyebrow and no words and in my book that is a good sign..

The room is very small so lots of thought will have to go into it as he needs a work station for his computer and studies along with storage for clothing etc and not forgetting entertainment and gaming.. Phew alot to consider.. He has already chosen his bed a black metal one with simple design now ordered and he wants a grey colour on the walls.. Thats enough input from him I think.. Here is my design board tell me what you think..

Love the side lamp..
Wall colour and work station look good in this one..
The clocks a must..
Like the wood here but not sure about the curve..
Love this..

Only a week here in the U.K until half-term break when we will be doing the make-over so I will have to get cracking and get some shopping done for this project.. *~*bessings*~*



Christine said...

Looking really cool! I know my son would love a room like this!

Kim said...

I love your ideas. I can't wait to see the finished project!

TheCrankyCrow said...

I loved each and every photo you presented! Yikes!!! That room is going to be absolutely glorious!!! When we re-did my son's room (many years ago already), I tried to do it in an industrial/old sporting equipment theme. It last about a year....then one day when I came home, all the cool "old" stuff was on the dining room table. (And I will not tell you WHAT he replaced it with!!!) :o( Can't wait to see your project come to life!!! Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

Firecracker Kid said...

Oooh I like them all. Gonna be a real boysie room. I like the industrialness of it, but not too. I'm sure you'll hit the mark spot on mom :)