Saturday, November 8, 2014

One Room Challenge: Week 6 Reveal!

Just moments ago I literally just finished the Playroom Office makeover for the One Room Challenge hosted by Calling it Home.  To see a recap of how the room has transformed over the past 6 weeks check out these posts:

Week 1: The Plan
Week 2: Play table and chairs
Week 3: Closet Re-Org
Week 4: Reading Nook Progress

It's been a whirlwind of cleaning, donating, painting, building, more painting, organizing, sewing, more painting and more sewing.  Even though I did not complete everything on my list I am so proud with how far along this room has come from it's previous state of chaos and utter grossness.  If you don't believe me you can check out the before pictures here.

You're probably like, "Enough yapping' and get on with it!".  Since pictures are what you love, pictures are what you'll get.  Without further ado… the Playroom Office Makeover reveal!
















Hope you enjoyed the tour!  Be on the lookout for some more updates that I wasn't able to complete within the 6 week challenge.

Thank you to Linda at Calling it Home for hosting the #OneRoomChallenge and inspiring me to get my act in gear to transform this room into a functional playroom office combo!

I'm sharing this post with these fun parties this week:
Get Your DIY On at House by Hoff * Hit Me With Your Best Shot at Just a Girl and Her Blog * Work It Wednesday at The Turquoise Home * Your Turn To Shine at Anderson + Grant


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26 comments

  1. What a great space for both you and your boys. I love the built-in bench. The cars looks really nice all organized by colour. I don't suppose there's much chance the boys will keep them that way?

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    1. They are surprisingly good at putting their cars away. Granted they don't always out them in the color coordinated order I prefer but I'll take what I can get ;)

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  2. Amazing. Love all of it. Where did you get the cute play mat? I'm looking for something like that. Thanks.

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    1. Thanks Carol! The play mat is from Ikea for $14.99 :)

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  3. This space is awesome! I wanna play! Great job!
    Shelia

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  4. First of all your boys are adorable! I love that picture of them!. I am drawn to the window treatments and love how you lined up all of those little cars! Great makeover!

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  5. I think this room has so many fantastic ideas. I love how you organized each section. I agree with Sherry, how cute are the boys!! Great job, great space, and it looks like a fun place to hang out.

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  6. Great job and congratulations for taking on the challenge! I id my living room, so I understand how consuming it was--and how faulous the end result.

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  7. Looks fantastic! Love all the little buckets full of art supplies and the rainbow of toy cars on the wall.

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  8. Do you Pinterest I love the car rack ! Would love to pin that for future use!

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  9. I love this room. I especially love your textiles - where did you get the blind and the cushions? Great look!

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    1. i made them myself with fabric i ordered online. :)

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  10. Where did you get those big gray bins that you are using for toys below your bench seat?

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    1. land of nod mega sorter for $25 each

      http://www.landofnod.com/closet-and-hampers/storage/i-think-i-canvas-mega-sorter/f6583

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  11. I love this! Especially the car holder for the wall. Where did you get that? Or was that D.I.Y.? :)

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  12. What a great room! And I love the fabric you used for the blinds and pillows too. Would you mind sharing the name of the fabric or where you ordered it?

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  13. Loved it all!!! How to make the wall-hung toy car rack?

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    1. Hi Mary-Catherine! I designed it and my husband made it. :) We used natural birch wood and painted it white.

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    2. Thanks! Where did you get the wood? I really love the simplicity of it.

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    3. At a quality lumbar store that we have in town. But you could probably get it at a big box store as well. Just make sure the pieces of wood are not warped.

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  15. The growth chart is SO cute. Is it a DIY or a purchased item? I'd love to have one for my two daughters.

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