I have been so happy with the progress in the boys room! Today I thought I would share some rooms I get inspiration from. Inspiring rooms can get the ball rolling on delayed design. I definitely feel like the boys room has been put on hold. Check out what inspires me, I hope you leave inspired, too!
Favorites from this inspiring room: typography name against light wall, storage lockers, fabric pendent. source.
You know those days where you actually get things done, the babies take a nap at the same time, AND you have an extra large Dr.Pepper sitting next to you? Yeah me either! By the way, if you are addicted to Sonic drinks as much as me, larges are only .79 from now on, you may or may not care, but why not spread the caffeine love! Only, today was that exception. So naturally I got to work on the boys headboard. Earlier I shared my headboard inspiration. I made my DIY Aztec Headboard for $12!
I love how the DIY Aztec Headboard blends so well with their vintage blanket.
The boys' room is coming along great. Today I thought I would share some headboard inspiration with you guys! I will be working on this tomorrow and throughout the weekend.
We currently have their mattress on the floor. At first I was turned off by it, thinking it gave a "cheap" appearance leaving the room unfinished. After browsing around I fell in love with the idea. The main reason behind having it on the floor is because the boys are little rollie pollies at night. I can't wait to show you guys their bed after the headboard is finished! I have been itching to build and I'm looking forward to some weekend DIY. Don't forget to check out how I'm using some vintage love in there. Have you built a headboard before? What was your inspiration?
I don't follow trends or fads when it comes to decorating our home. Instead I use pieces close to my heart. My heart and soul and sewn together with everything vintage.Items that have graciously been passed down in my family. If you have been an Osie Moats reader you probably already know my favorite items to use are my beautiful Great Grandmother Osie's handmade quilts. I have to have at least one in each room. They bring so much joy to my heart.
This vintage quilt is perfect for the boys room makeover. I love the knotted yarn throughout the top. I am working on some touches today and hope to share a sneak peek later this week. For now I will drool over this vintage beauty. It might just be one of my favorites so far! Do you love decorating with vintage pieces? Are you obsessed with quilts like I am?
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You could assume this photo was taken with my big camera in a staged atmosphere with meaning and purpose. It wasn't. In fact it was taken on my iPhone right before dinner. That frame, which in real life is gold, was a $3 thrift store find. That cardboard in the center? That's the cardboard out of our Tombstone pizza we had for dinner last night.
Would you have saved a frozen pizza cardboard cutout to display art in your home? Would you be embarrassed for a guest to see a semi-greasy, frozen pizza smelling cardboard "art" hung in your bathroom?