Leeland's room is on our list for a redo. As many of you may or may not know, months ago our basement wall began to fall due to water seeping through our block. A total shocker for the both of us. Especially, after just having our house remodeled. Luckily, we have had a basement overhaul. With that being said, our house is now under construction for some more repairs. It's like Extreme Makeover- Thomas Edition (Take 2). Leeland's crib was moved to our room till all the repairs to the basement could be done. That included raising the home and pouring in new concrete. See, the basement is actually under the newest addition of our home. We were not going to take any risk with little man's room above the basement. Now we are working to get the repairs done since the basement is finished. Thankfully, only minor repairs throughout the house. Leeland's room unfortunately sustained the most damage. A crack down one corner of the drywall and another under a window. With all the craziness of fixing everything and Leeland growing into a big boy, we decided to change the nursery into a big boy room. Cause boy it is currently a mess.
I thought “He's not a bitty baby anymore, let's lose the baby look and make it more big boy." His room is currently farm themed but babyish. So we are ready to go crazy and start tackling little man's room.
Since were on a farm, love country flare, and little man's Daddy is a cowboy through and through, we both agreed to stick with a cowboy theme. We're going to start with new paint and board and batten on the walls.
Here is a mood board I created with some ideas for the room. Let me know what you think?
1.The colors of the wall (blue); trim and board batten (cream) 2.Large frames (dark) 3.Dark mahogany blinds 4.Cowboy elements 5.Red tall dresser 6.Mahogany dresser with baskets 7.Mahogany crib 8.Baskets for toy storage