One Room Challenge – Boys Bunk Room – Reveal!

One Room Challenge – Boys Bunk Room – Reveal!

Well, I made it.  My Boys Bunk Room reno is complete.  I am so excited to reveal the photos and discuss every detail!

*All images in this post were taken by photographer, Brian McWeeney, who I am very grateful to work with again.  Special thanks to him for all of the time he spent shooting and editing these images.

*Other sources and special thanks at the end of this post.

This was a major undertaking, and I sort of can’t believe it is done.  I’m thrilled, the boys are thrilled, and my husband is thrilled it is over, since that means I am sleeping again.  : )

Where to even begin?

Maybe with a full room shot?

boys bunk room

When you enter the room through the new entryway and look to your right, the above view is what you see.  I am so pleased with how everything came together.  And the space is just what my boys requested – colorful, imaginative, and full of texture.

To say they are excited and over the moon about their new room may be the biggest understatement of the year.

boys bunk room

If you follow me on Instagram, you saw the colors we pondered for the wainscoting.  We chose the darker blue, and I’m so happy we painted the wainscoting a color versus white.  The deep hue brings life to the space.  And those sconces!  The vintage brass ship lights I found at Round Top turned out amazing, and they are the perfect little reading lights!

boys bunk lights

At the foot of each bottom bunk, we used Ikea spice shelves as a place for books and other beloved items.  In the below photo, note the little crawl space that goes through to the other low bunk bed.  We thought the boys would like being able to see each other, and that is a fun space to crawl through or have little games in.

bunk room shelves and nook

If you are familiar with my design style, you know I love to infuse spaces with a story, a sense of history.  Since so much of this room is newly constructed (although our home is nearly 100-years-old), I ushered in a collected-over-time feel through a few intentional older pieces.  One of my favorite elements of the room is the life-size pair of Lone Ranger and Tonto posters from the 1950’s.  Children across America collected cereal tops and sent them to General Mills in order to receive these huge posters in the mail.  They are BEAUTIFUL.  The sharp pigmentation and detail of the art is just fantastic.  By choosing simple, acrylic frames, Kemosabe and his loyal sidekick shine, while not competing too much with the wallpaper.

lone ranger tonto

When I first received the posters (they were an amazing $100 Ebay find), I looked into getting them linen backed to take away the folds. (I did not want them to look too tattered)  But after placing the art in the frames, I realized the creases tell their story – folded posters sent in the mail anxiously awaited on by young people across the US.  I grew to love their patina.


bunk room

The curtain fabric designed by the talented Vivian Ducas of C’est la Viv pairs perfectly with the magical Forest Wallpaper.  Their duet is playful and youthful, and flows really well together.

The trim work adds architecture to this space, and those beds are oh so cozy!

bunk room curtains

A fun little detail…I designed a narrow shelf to go above the wainscoting all of the way around the room. I know tiny treasures will be displayed up here for years to come!

shelf ledge

I made the acrylic and brass stair handrail the same way I made my kitchen and bathroom hardware.  The sparkle and masculinity of the brass clips fits well with the scheme of the room.

acrylic handrail

The mid century chairs were purchased at an estate sale years ago, and I covered them in distressed camel leather.  We have owned them for a long time now, and they have moved all over our home.  After rearranging several rooms recently, I thought I had no place to put them, and I pondered selling the chairs.  But then it dawned on me they could work nicely in here.  The scale is spot-on, and the seats are low and comfortable for little boys.

I discovered the vintage dragon ship needlepoint at yet another estate sale (behind some junk in the garage!), and my sons were thrilled because it looks like Legos!

The brass lamp is another Round Top find.  To make the cord more aesthetically pleasing and “fun”, I wound some green nylon rope around it.

Let’s talk about the rug…I have major love for this rug.  It is soft, it is colorful, and it is just right for the space.  The quality is unreal.  I bought it from my friend, Jenn, (who is so cool and sells the most amazing items!) and you should totally follow her.

boys room chairs

The little card catalog is my husband’s from childhood, and it still holds his collection of baseball cards.  It is so special he can share them with his boys now.

P.S.  Those red shoes are AMAZING, and I bought a pair for all of my kids and myself!  They are very easy to slip on and off, and super durable.  You can choose from tons of colors and styles, I can’t recommend them enough!

baseball card catalog

I had a minor disaster with the frame of the vivid, brush stroke Sister Corita Kent lithograph.  Two days before the shoot, it fell and broke.  I was worried I would not be able to get it fixed in time until I called a local company called Fast Frame.  Literally, my first words were, “How fast is fast?” : )  I can’t thank Bruce enough for making a new frame for me in less than 24 hours.  Fort Worthians, you should definitely check out Fast Frame.

salvage closet doors brass

Utilizing these old closet doors (found at my favorite local salvage yard) as pocket doors saved so much floor space, and I am still basking in all of the storage I have for my boys now!  The new-old doors are eight feet tall, and the vintage unlacquered brass pulls are 30″ long. (pulls found on Ebay) Painting the edge of the door insets gives the pair such depth.  I really like how they turned out!  It is pretty obvious I have a thing for big statement doors.

I will do a separate post on the closet at some point because it turned out so fab, and I want to show you every organized detail!

closet doors

Of course, I am relishing all of the elements of this room, but more importantly, I know many special memories will be made here.

boys bunk room faces

My sons are 7 and 8, and they are crazy about each other.  It has been a delight to work with them on this project and design it with my eye and their preferences.  I’m so happy to be their Mom.

boys bunk room

They grow up fast, and I am grateful for these funny, crazy times.

reading to boys

My kids are all close in age (a year apart), and the boys AND the girls are excited about having “sleepovers” in the new Bunk Room.  (when I get safety rails made for the top bunks – the only thing I didn’t finish)

boys reading

We have plenty of chaos around here, and while I am feeling rather sentimental and a bit emotional over the completion of this space, I should absolutely tell you I am exhausted, and I feel like I have been running the last six weeks.  I took out the word “amazing” in the first draft of this post so many times, you would think this was an episode of “The Bachelor”.

boys on bunks

My kids see me working hard for other people’s spaces, and it was great to spend time and energy working on this just for them. I’m so happy it is done, and I am overjoyed at the outcome!

grace mitchell boys

My next post will be a Before and After article discussing more about the details of the space. Please let me know if you have any questions I need to address.

If you like this makeover, please share it!!!!

In case you are just now joining my One Room Challenge journey, catch up on Weeks 1-5 by clicking these links:

Week 1

Week 2

Weeks 3 & 4

Week 5

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Special Thanks:

Juan Wall, Head Carpentry & Trimwork (I’m so grateful for all of the nights you came after your full-time job to work on this)

Alonzo, Assistant Carpentry & Trim

Brian McWeeney, Photography

C’est La Viv, Curtain Fabric Design

Marleny Welch, Seamstress

Acrylic Framing, Kipp Walden & Team at Nationwide Plastics

Painting, Sergio’s Painting

Lithograph Frame, Bruce at Fast Frame, Fort Worth

House Beautiful, Media Sponsor

Linda, Calling It Home, Creator of the One Room Challenge (don’t forget to look at all of the other spaces!)

And lastly, my husband, Kent.  He works really hard so we can do projects like this, and he definitely ends up taking on more household duties when we are in the throes of project chaos.  Thank you, sweetheart, for all of your support and encouragement!


Wallpaper  /  Curtain Fabric  /  Moroccan Colorful Rug  /  Drawer Pulls  /  Ceiling Fan  /  Striped Quilts  /  Color Border Shams  / Whale Pillows  /  Alligator Pillows  /  Mattresses (I researched these a ton and I LOVE the ones we got)  /  Acrylic & Brass Stair Handrail (DIY link)  /  Hidden Drapery Rods (attached to the ceiling)  /  Vintage Leather Chairs (options here)  /  Card Catalog (mine is vintage, similar options here)  /  Record Player  /  Vintage Brass Shiplight Sconces  /  Vintage Brass Arm Lamp  /  Green Nylon Rope for Cord Cover  /  Sister Corita Kent Lithograph (options here)  /  Hardy Boy Books (love this set!)  /  Red Shoes  /  Bookshelves  /  Coloring Books  /  Colored Pencil Jars  /  Vintage Childrens Records (I buy most here)  /  Tooth Fairy Pillows  /  Building Toys  /  Boys Pajamas  /  Green Dot Pillows  /  Womens Denim Shirt

Written by Grace




  • Susan
    Posted at 05:12h, 11 May Reply

    Well done!…and may I add AMAZING!

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:03h, 12 May Reply

      Thank you Susan!

  • Emily Clark
    Posted at 05:40h, 11 May Reply

    What a wonderfully fun room for your boys! Happy to see a Grace project 🙂

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:04h, 12 May Reply

      Awww thanks Emily! I am LOVING the sneaks of your kitchen! xoxo

  • Nancy
    Posted at 05:44h, 11 May Reply

    This is amazing! Cannot believe you did all of this in 6 weeks. I am in awe. What lucky little boys to have such a wonderful and creative mom!!

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:04h, 12 May Reply

      It was nuts, but it helped that I already owned most of the furniture, and I have been collecting fun little boy things for awhile. 🙂

  • viv
    Posted at 05:54h, 11 May Reply

    Love it! So exciting to see the big reveal. Thanks for the shout out and support for indie designers.
    Had great time playing Art & Adventure with Grace!

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:05h, 12 May Reply

      SO WONDERFUL working with you Viv! Hope we do it again soon, we’re a great team. 🙂 xo

  • Emily
    Posted at 05:54h, 11 May Reply

    I can’t even! This is the best boy’s room ever! I can’t wait to see and read more about the doors. The stairs leading up to the top bunks is genius. The Lone Ranger posters–amazing find. The little “toy” ledge, so cute and smart. The best part….the smile and laugher on your boys’ faces!

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:05h, 12 May Reply

      Thanks Emily!!! They LOVE it! xo

  • Jenny
    Posted at 06:39h, 11 May Reply

    Grace, it’s Truly AMAZING!!!! What an awesome room for making lifetime memories. And the excitement on your boys faces… It jumps through the screen and warms my heart. Thank you for sharing this with us and inspiring us. Now I’m even more eager to see what you do for your “new” Laundry Room. Congratulations on a job well done and some incredibly happy clients!!

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:06h, 12 May Reply

      Yes! That is the next project! Thanks so much for your comment, Jenny! xo

  • Laura
    Posted at 07:22h, 11 May Reply

    Seriously, every single detail is so incredibly amazing. I feel like you could wear that room as an outfit and be voted as best dressed at the Oscars. Way to go Grace! Oh, and your boys are fabulous.

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:06h, 12 May Reply

      Ha! This made me laugh. 😉 Thank you! xo

  • jillian
    Posted at 07:59h, 11 May Reply

    GRACE! You have outdone yourself yet again. Your talent is truly amazing and I am in awe. Love being your friend AND client! 😉

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:06h, 12 May Reply

      Awwww thanks Jillian! xoxoxoxoxox

  • Elaine J
    Posted at 08:25h, 11 May Reply

    Great effort and cosy design! Love the use of color trim against the white woodwork. I’m sure they love it!
    Don’t you just love it when a vision comes together successfully!

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:07h, 12 May Reply

      Thank you, Elaine! Yes, so glad it is done! 🙂

  • Shelly--ConfettiStyle
    Posted at 08:46h, 11 May Reply

    Amazing is all I can say about this room. Every detail is just stunning and your Round Top and Ebay finds are true treasure. What an incredible space your kids will enjoy for years to come.

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:07h, 12 May Reply

      Thanks Shelly, that is the hope! I do think it is a space that will grow with them. xo

  • Esther
    Posted at 09:20h, 11 May Reply

    My absolute favorite quote of the post, “I took out the word “amazing” in the first draft of this post so many times, you would think this was an episode of “The Bachelor”.” This may in fact be your most dramatic makeover ever! Every aspect of the room is beautiful.

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:08h, 12 May Reply

      hahahhahahahhahhahahahha, I knew you would be one that could appreciate that, Esther. 😉 Awesome play on words, too. You’re the best, love you. xoxo

  • Amy Dowling
    Posted at 09:44h, 11 May Reply

    I adore this fun and playful space! You did a fab job and your boys will love it for years to come! Following along with the process was more fun than watching the Bachelor! 🙂

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:09h, 12 May Reply

      Whoa, more fun than that?!!! 😉 Thanks Amy!

  • Gwen, The Makerista
    Posted at 09:50h, 11 May Reply

    It’s so perfect and so are those boys of yours. 🙂

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:09h, 12 May Reply

      Thanks G! And thank you for being a shoulder to cry on, a listening advice-giving ear, and a great friend through this process. Love you!!!

  • Sandy
    Posted at 11:06h, 11 May Reply

    It turned out so wonderful! It looks like such a charming room that I am sure they will love for years to come!

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:10h, 12 May Reply

      I hope so, Sandy! Thank you! xo

  • Julianne
    Posted at 13:30h, 11 May Reply

    So beautiful! Can’t wait to see it in person!! I love seeing the joy on their faces. Love everything about it and can’t wait to see the closet design too. xoxo

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:10h, 12 May Reply

      Yes, come over! Closet design is fab, coming soon! xoxoxo

  • Nina
    Posted at 13:30h, 11 May Reply

    I am so excited to see the finished project – amazing! I’m so excited for your kids to enjoy this space!

    I do have a couple of questions – what does the top part of the windows look like – can you see out of them from the top bunk? Also, what is the view into the windows from outside? Just curious! Lastly, have you ever shared, or could you in the future, a little floor plan of your house? Sometimes it’s hard for me visualize the little entry ways you talk about and borrowing space from other places for closets and bathrooms and such – it would be fun to see a bird’s eye view of the floor plan even if it’s just a little sketch or something. Okay that’s all I got for now.
    Thanks for sharing this project!

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:11h, 12 May Reply

      GREAT thoughts, Nina! I will incorporate these ideas into future posts! Thanks so much for reading and taking the time to comment. xoxoxoxox

  • Jennifer P Jones
    Posted at 14:39h, 11 May Reply

    Look at those darling boys in their new space, it is evident they will be happy with what you have created for them for years to come! I can’t even handle how good this is! And of course, I am dying to see behind those closet doors! 😀 Now that you have rocked the design world, go get some zzz’s!

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:11h, 12 May Reply

      I need YOU to help me with closet stuff. When are you moving to Texas again? 😉 LOVE YOU!!!

  • Sarah Wolfe
    Posted at 06:08h, 12 May Reply

    You outdid yourself. I LOVE the room, but I love even more the memory your boys will have about when their mom stayed up all hours into the night fixing up their room just the way they wanted it. And to have those pictures!! I’m seeing this one in the graduation slide show 😉

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:12h, 12 May Reply

      Ha, yes, they have seen plenty of late nights for Mommy. 🙂 Thanks Sarah! And they’re going to graduate someday??!! Noooooo, tear. 😉

  • christine dovey
    Posted at 06:08h, 12 May Reply

    This is unbelievable…truly incredible. I love every single detail so so much. The closet doors with the brass handles and the lucite railing on the stairs…the blue…the wallpaper! And then those incredible vintage posters…I’ve never seen anything like those and they’re amazing. I adore the curtains on the beds and how every single detail/finish is layered so perfectly. And then of course, your boys are the most adorable of all. Amazing, amazing job!!!!

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:13h, 12 May Reply

      Thank you Christine! I was surprised myself at how layered it feels, but I think my constant collecting helped with that! xo

  • Paige Whalen
    Posted at 07:05h, 12 May Reply

    I love everything about this room Lone Ranger trunk from when he was a little boy!

    xo, Paige

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:13h, 12 May Reply

      Thank you Paige! xoxo

  • Albertina || Mimosa Lane
    Posted at 08:16h, 12 May Reply

    WOW, WOW!!! Love this space! Your boys are so lucky!! I love that blue and the curtain fabrics….and just the overall design. The closet doors have to be my favorite! and the acrylic railing. TDF!! Congratulations on a stunning room!

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:13h, 12 May Reply

      Thanks Albertina! LOVED your space, too! xoxo

  • Tiffany
    Posted at 08:19h, 12 May Reply

    I am blown away by this room. I want it. It’s probably one of the coolest rooms I’ve seen. And those posters are amazing. I really love everything you’ve done here.

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:14h, 12 May Reply

      Thank you so much, Tiffany! It is so cozy, I kind of want to sleep in there, too. 😉

  • Tori Rubinson
    Posted at 08:24h, 12 May Reply

    Grace, this room is fabulous!! Such a fun, lively environment for your kids. There are going to be so many great memories made there!! Your approach to design is so fresh and fun and absolutely so creative!! You have to be the best treasure hunter I know!!

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:14h, 12 May Reply

      Thanks Tori! That is a BIG compliment coming from you! Come over and see soon. 🙂 xoxo

  • Stacy G.
    Posted at 08:26h, 12 May Reply

    Wonderful! I love every last detail.

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:14h, 12 May Reply

      Thanks Stacy! xo

  • Beth Hunter
    Posted at 09:41h, 12 May Reply

    Beautiful job Grace!

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:15h, 12 May Reply

      Beth, thank you so much! I really appreciate your comment!

  • Ivy de Leon
    Posted at 12:00h, 12 May Reply

    Amazing! If my boys were not men, I would build them bunk beds. Too sweet. Congratulations!

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:15h, 12 May Reply

      I don’t know, Ivy, maybe they would still like it? 😉 Thanks for reading. G

  • Sarah Sofia Knepp
    Posted at 13:34h, 12 May Reply

    Grace, this is just AMAZING!! WOW, I can’t get over the fact that you did this in 6 weeks?! This is right out of a magazine! I love all the blue and how you mixed in historical décor to make this a unique space! From the bunk beds, to the light fixtures, to the hardware, it’s hard to have a favorite! My girls are 18 months a part and enjoy “sleepovers” in each others room. I know they would love to have something like this and can tell your clients are so happy! BRAVO on a job well done! XOXO, Sarah

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:16h, 12 May Reply

      Thank you Sarah! What a kind comment. Thanks for taking the time to write me! xoxo

  • amanda
    Posted at 13:55h, 12 May Reply

    I dreamt of this room as a child. Your use of color and pattern is spot on. I love it.

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:16h, 12 May Reply

      Awww thanks Amanda! It was pretty magical the first night they slept in it. 🙂

  • Sabrina at Pink Little Notebook
    Posted at 14:19h, 12 May Reply

    All I can say is WOW, WOW, WOW! I can’t stop looking at your pictures. This is an amazing room. You nailed it!!

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:16h, 12 May Reply

      Thanks Sabrina! xo

  • Bridget
    Posted at 14:53h, 12 May Reply

    It’s amazing. Simply amazing. Great job!

    • Grace
      Posted at 17:17h, 12 May Reply

      Bridget, thank you! The kids are so happy with it. I appreciate your comment! xo

  • Sandra P
    Posted at 18:03h, 12 May Reply

    I literally gasped with your reveal! You are sooo good and your boys are really lucky!

    • Grace
      Posted at 19:19h, 12 May Reply

      Oh thank you Sandra! I really appreciate you taking the time to comment. xo

  • celine
    Posted at 19:14h, 12 May Reply

    holy cow. this is just so phenomenal. i’m sure your kids are just over the moon about this room. I’d happily host a sleepover there. One of my fave ORC makeovers ever.

    • Grace
      Posted at 19:19h, 12 May Reply

      Thank you Celine! What a compliment! xo

  • Jana Donohoe
    Posted at 20:24h, 12 May Reply

    Grace this is amazing! What a magical transformation for your boys to enjoy. Every detail is just so on point! Congratulations for a job beyond well done!

    • Grace
      Posted at 04:03h, 20 May Reply

      Thank you so much Jana!

  • Vel
    Posted at 13:27h, 13 May Reply

    OMG, this room is just phenomenal! I will wait for it in a magazine! Your boys are adorable and can’t blame them for being so happy and proud! I LOVE the colors and the way you designed and personalized the entire room! Congratulations and CHEERS to us for another room done!

    • Grace
      Posted at 04:03h, 20 May Reply

      Ha! I hope so. 🙂 Thanks for the kind words, Vel. xo

  • laura janning
    Posted at 07:35h, 15 May Reply

    absolutely amazing! i can’t stop look at your pictures. congrats. i am sure your little guys are loving it.

    • Grace
      Posted at 04:04h, 20 May Reply

      Thank you, Laura. They are ABSOLUTELY LOVING IT!! 🙂

  • marcie
    Posted at 13:24h, 15 May Reply

    What a cheerful comfortable and inspiring space to grow up in! Love it! The colors, the vintage accessories and those smiling boys make the space!

    • Grace
      Posted at 04:05h, 20 May Reply

      I think they make the space too, Marcie. 😉 Thank you !!

  • alison g
    Posted at 13:37h, 15 May Reply

    I can’t GET OVER all the incredible attention to detail and layering that happened in this space – it’s AMAZING! You should be one proud mama, and your boys VERY excited about such a cool space! Congrats on a fab job!

    • Grace
      Posted at 04:06h, 20 May Reply

      Thank you, Alison! It feels great to see the project complete, haha. xo

  • Lianna`
    Posted at 16:52h, 15 May Reply

    OMG your boys are so luck! the whole room looks amazing! those bunk beds are too die for and I love the tall vintage posters you found mixed with the lucite frames!

    • Grace
      Posted at 04:06h, 20 May Reply

      The posters are one of my favorite elements too, thank you!

  • Shauna
    Posted at 17:58h, 15 May Reply

    I absolutely ADORE this boy room!! Being a mom of all boys I can really appreciate how you made this such a fun and playful room for them! Your designs always amaze me Grace!

    • Grace
      Posted at 04:07h, 20 May Reply

      Shauna, you are so kind to say that! They are so happy with it, and that makes my heart so glad. 🙂 xo

  • Erin Spain
    Posted at 20:29h, 15 May Reply

    Wow! This is absolutely amazing! I am completely in love with it, and I know my boys would be so jealous!

    • Grace
      Posted at 04:08h, 20 May Reply

      Thank you, Erin!

  • Amanda
    Posted at 06:46h, 17 May Reply

    Love this room! Amazing job! Is there a link to how you framed the posters? By far my favorite items in the whole room!!

    • Grace
      Posted at 04:08h, 20 May Reply

      Hi Amanda, I’m going to write about it more in my next post, I think. Stay tuned! xo

  • Liz
    Posted at 08:28h, 18 May Reply

    Perfection Grace!!! Love everything!!!!!

    • Grace
      Posted at 04:09h, 20 May Reply

      Thanks Liz!

  • Emily
    Posted at 08:57h, 18 May Reply

    AMAZING! What a fun space. I can’t believe you pulled off so much work in just 6 weeks. Those photos of your boys will be cherished forever -so cute.

    • Grace
      Posted at 04:09h, 20 May Reply

      Thanks Emily! It was a NUTSO 6 weeks, but it was worth it. 🙂

  • Jennifer
    Posted at 11:14h, 18 May Reply

    Goodness gracious, this is like out of the pages of a Serena and Lily catalog! Wowzer, amazing job!

    • Grace
      Posted at 04:10h, 20 May Reply

      Awww thanks Jennifer! What a compliment! 🙂

  • Jessica
    Posted at 18:28h, 18 May Reply

    Well done. this room is beyond gorgeous!

    • Grace
      Posted at 04:10h, 20 May Reply

      Thank you so much, Jessica!

  • Ellie
    Posted at 14:17h, 22 May Reply

    Grace, I loved your makeover so much – may I link this in a roundup of my favorites? Thanks 🙂

  • Vel
    Posted at 09:18h, 23 May Reply

    You’ve probably read this a lot, but your room is phenomenal! I featured it today on my favorite Kid’s spaces from the ORC!!! Thank you for the inspiration!!!

  • Kim
    Posted at 11:16h, 23 May Reply

    This is the kind of room that comes straight out of kids’ fantasies. I am sure it will be the setting for many adventures and while the work was hard and exhausting, I can just picture the smile on your face many years from now when they recall them all over holiday dinners. Gorgeous!

  • Kat
    Posted at 17:12h, 28 May Reply

    I finally finished looking at all the rooms. You win! This room is crazy good!

  • Linda
    Posted at 16:40h, 01 June Reply

    Hmmm, this keeps saying I’m spam. lol. Love the room, love the photo’s and I love all the original ideas. Great job. I want to sleep on the top bunk!

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