The day has finally come…We’ve completed Tucker’s boys bedroom remodel. Our baby no longer has a closet for a room…he has a real honest to goodness bedroom! Sharing all of our space saving built in bedroom ideas below.
Boys Bedroom Remodel
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We keep kidding with Tuck that his bedroom went from worst to first. It’s hard to believe this room used to be a closet (read all about it HERE)
Can you believe that is the same room?!!! Crazy! Honestly the final reveal was even better than I imagined. The first thing Jason did after taking down a lot of the half closet walls was put up the bead board ceiling.
I love how clean and bright it looks. We kept the bunk bed ladder from the bigger boys original bunk beds.
We added lights and outlets to each of the bunk beds so Tucker and whoever is in the top bunk can read at night. Now everyone wants one at their bed! Jason added more bead board to the bottom of the top bunk as well.
Jason installed and finished the wide pine floors and made the built in bunk beds and made custom closet doors. Don’t they look amazing? We love the new wide pine floors. We chose a light warm stain to brighten up the room. (read about how we did the wide pine floors HERE)
The dresser we found on Craigslist. I love my Craigslist finds! I am not sure about the faux denim look but the size fits perfectly in the wall and the depth is small so it doesn’t protrude into the room too much allowing lots of floor space for Tucker to push his cars around :-).
Jason made a letter sign using the old wood sheathing from the house leftover from when he put the window in. It’s one of my favorite things in the room! I love the history and look of old wood. The letter is from Pottery Barn kids.
There was no window in the original closet. Here is that before… (read about it HERE)
So we added one and Jason made the built in bookcase and window seat.
Tucker and I organized his books, cars & brought in some Playmobils. It is so nice to have most of his toys in his room!
The beautiful pine hutch fits perfectly in the old closet nook we kept.
The picture on the wall is an old paint by number painting made by my dad!!! I love it! We brought Tucker’s red chair up to his room so more of the kids can hang out together.
Jason made the barn door out of 2 1/2 pallets we had sitting in the garage. (read how to make one of your own HERE) The kids almost always keep their doors open so a sliding barn door made the most sense and adds so much character to the room. The barn door hardware turned out great and we would recommend it. We purchased it from amazon (6FT Black Country Barn Wood Steel Sliding Door Hardware Closet Set Antique Style)
We added a DIY Built in Desk (read about it HERE) to this Boys Bedroom Remodel a few years later.
Overall, we LOVE how this boys bedroom remodel turned out & can’t wait to transform the rest of our farmhouse!
- Source Code for this Boys Bedroom Remodel:
- Floors: lumber liquidators
- Roman shade from Restoration hardware
- Fabric for window seat and pillows: fabric.com
- Duvet covers: IKEA
- Plaid Quilts Pottery Barn Kids
- Sheets, red chair and Rug: Pottery Barn Kids
- Baskets: Longaberger
- Bead Board Ceiling, bed lights & ceiling fan: Home Depot