A little playful, colorful and a touch of modern this is my two boy's shared bedroom. I needed to get creative with the little space I had. The size of the room was not ideal for two twin beds and the boys were much too little for bunk beds so I tackled a small bed DIY project.
I was inspired by a pallet style coffee table I saw somewhere on the Internet.
I was loving the look of wood shipping pallets but not knowing where that wood comes from I opted to make my own pallets. I took the a child sized mattress from IKEA, the Vyssa Vinka and built the beds around the mattress dimensions. Here is a link to the Pallet Bed DIY. I then constructed headboards to line to walls from some pressboard, foam and fabric, you can find the tutorial HERE.
To create the houndstooth wall I used the All-over wall stencil from Cutting Edge Stencils
Don't be afraid to use color and mix up patterns.
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The beds are genius! I am definitely including this in my shared boys room roundup!