Camo bedroom decor
The couple used this room as a nursery (as shown) when they first moved in. Now that their son is older, they’ve swapped the crib for a twin bed, a very easy transformation from baby to bigger boy bedroom. Wallpaper: Porter’s Paints; crib: Nurseryworks.
This room goes for the gusto by bringing in many elements of the army lifestyle: camo print, metal via the ladder and even a multipurpose storage bench on casters. Here camouflage pops up only in the bedding, which is a great way to introduce the print without having it smack you right in the face.
Lisa painted a striped accent wall in each child’s room as a fun and dynamic way to have a consistent theme. Each child selected a bold color to anchor their room’s design. This is their son’s room.
Globetrotter meets traditionalist in this boy’s space. Spicy oranges and a kilim rug mingle with classic furniture profiles and menswear-inspired fabrics; wild headboard upholstery keeps it from looking too buttoned down. The scheme broadcasts a sense of adventure and testing limits, and isn’t that what the teen years are all about
Hunting camo bedroom decor
Tall ceilings accommodate the bookshelf stairs and the above-ceiling canopy, while the sofa underneath allows for relaxing. The nature-inspired wall mural brings a soothing and organic element to the room.
While The Theory of Everything explores the romance and marriage of Stephen Hawking and his first wife, Jane Wilde, as well as his diagnosis of motor neuron disease, the revered scientist’s groundbreaking work in mathematics and physics is, of course, an essential element of the film. So, with this in mind, when I stumbled across this teen boy’s room on Houzz, I instantly knew that I’d found the movie’s design doppelgänger. Thanks to its preppy striped motif and moody color scheme,
These maple bunk beds make for a sleek boys’ room. Angela Mulder of Visbeen Architects says for this project, they worked with Scott Christopher Homes and planned for the bed from the project’s inception. They had simple cross bracing added above the ceiling level to accommodate the 300-pound weight of the beds.
The clients’ young sons were forlorn about losing their favorite understair hideaway. The boys’ father and his brother came up with this clever idea. The new pantry cabinet slides on trundle-bed glides to reveal the entry to the boys’ hideout. When the cabinet moves, it also reveals their artwork (left). The glides can support up to 500 pounds.