This is the second room on hour new home tour. Last week I discussed how I wanted to keep the Superhero Play Room clutter free I went with the same motto when deciding on what will be in the boys “sleep room.” From the day we first shown the boys the new house we always referred to this room as the room so there is no misunderstandings about what was to occur in this room. In our previous house they had their own rooms, but we decided to forgo that so they can have a designated playroom upstairs.
The before picture is from the listing of the house so the previous owners decor, as you can see I went with a simple black and white scheme instead of the burgundy and yellow that we inherited. We put two bunk beds in the room because our boys love to have sleepovers and now there is enough room for everybody!
I made sure to go them a soft place to land when they slid out of their beds. This cute grey and black shag rug fit the bill perfectly.
The biggest transformation in this room wasn’t just painting the walls white but the very tedious task of painting the trim black. I think it was truly worth all the hard work I put into it.
I know some of my readers, like some of my friends whose seen the boy’s room, might be thinking well where is the dresser. Here it is, the closest is so roomy that actually fits perfectly inside with room to spare.
It’s important that you remove any painters tape promptly, otherwise the paint becomes tack and peels off when you remove the tape. If you are like me and don’t remove your tape promptly, simply score along the edges before removing tape to avoid unnecessary touch-ups.
Does your little ones have toys in their sleep room? Do you think it’s a distraction at bedtime?