A fun kid's camp themed playroom with wonderful pops of color! We turned a boring, no-storage office into an organized and fun camp-themed playroom.
I was inspired by the framed vintage kid's camp poster I stumbled upon at a local thrift store (right side of the window) and this room's color scheme.
My decorating style has multiple identities! I tend to gravitate towards a variety of styles; including everything from rustic to modern. Overall, I love my home to be light, bright, happy, and fresh.
This playroom is a mix of retail, Etsy, and thrift store finds along with a ton of DIY projects. Planked wall, built-in cabinets/cubbies, curtains, pendant light hanger, futon and kid's table makeovers were all do-it-yourself projects that my hubby and I worked on.
Wall Color: Benjamin Moore Pristine
Sorento Black Rugby Stripe Outdoor Rug: Outdoor Rugs Only
"Be Strong, Seek Adventure" Wall Canvas, Plus Sign Pillow, Large Metal Number 2 Sign, Large Metal "B", "You'll Move Mountains" Wall Art: Hobby Lobby
Wooden Chalkboard Crates: Michaels
Buffalo Check Fabric for DIY Curtains: IKEA
Full source list along with "Before" and "After" pics can be found on the Delightfully Noted blog.
The feature wall with the planked walls and built-in cabinets (hello, toy storage!) is hands down my favorite part of this room. I also love the pops of colors through out the room.
Before starting on any room transformation, I always find it helpful to collect and gather all of my inspiring ideas in one place such as Pinterest or Mood board. It helps me organize my thoughts, achieve a cohesive look, and in the long run it keeps me from wasting money on items or projects that won't work or look right in the space. In addition, don't be afraid to mix different styles and patterns and if you consider yourself creative add a personal touch to the room by including a few of your own DIY projects!
[…] Don’t be afraid to mix and match prints, styes and sizes! I love the use of accent pillows on the futon in this eclectic playroom—it’s perfect for an afternoon nap or playtime. […]