Final Reveal – Ryan’s Built in Boys Blue Bedroom – One Room Challenge Week 6

Final Reveal - Boys Farmhouse Bedroom, Built in bed, dresser, bead board ceiling, wide pine floors, Benjamin Moore Hale Navy walls, and an angled door

Final reveal day is here and I get to share Ryan’s boys built in blue bedroom!  Woo Hoo!  If you have been following along the last 5 week’s you know that we have been up to our knees in projects.  Phew, I am just tired thinking about it :).  Here is one last before pic, as you can see we had our work cut out for us.

ORC Week 1 - Boys built in bedroom before

I first shared the plans for his room which called for a lot of built ins, navy blue bedroom walls and adding character with wide pine floors and a bead board ceiling.

Final Reveal - Boys Farmhouse Bedroom, Built in bed, dresser, bead board ceiling, wide pine floors, Benjamin Moore Hale Navy walls, and an angled door

Ryan absolutely loves his built in bed.    I find him constantly snuggled up with a book in hand and his red light on :).

Final Reveal - Boys Farmhouse Bedroom, Built in bed, dresser, bead board ceiling, wide pine floors, Benjamin Moore Hale Navy walls, and an angled door

The pallet sign we created for over his bed matches the colors in his plaid PB bedding perfectly.

Final Reveal - Boys Farmhouse Bedroom, Built in bed, dresser, bead board ceiling, wide pine floors, Benjamin Moore Hale Navy walls, and an angled door

Final Reveal - Boys Farmhouse Bedroom, Built in bed, dresser, bead board ceiling, wide pine floors, Benjamin Moore Hale Navy walls, and an angled door

After finishing his bed we turned an old thrift store secretary into some much needed storage space with a built in dresser / desk for his room.

Final Reveal - Boys Farmhouse Bedroom, Built in bed, dresser, bead board ceiling, wide pine floors, Benjamin Moore Hale Navy walls, and an angled door

We still want to make a bench seat for under his window but we love all the storage the many built in bookcases add to the room.

Final Reveal - Boys Farmhouse Bedroom, Built in bed, dresser, bead board ceiling, wide pine floors, Benjamin Moore Hale Navy walls, and an angled door

I will be sharing how I made my Pottery Barn inspired roman shade for only $15 next week. It gives Ryan a little more privacy from his window even if he thinks he doesn’t need it :).

Final Reveal - Boys Farmhouse Bedroom, Built in bed, dresser, bead board ceiling, wide pine floors, Benjamin Moore Hale Navy walls, and an angled door

Final Reveal - Boys Farmhouse Bedroom, Built in bed, dresser, bead board ceiling, wide pine floors, Benjamin Moore Hale Navy walls, and an angled door

My kiddo’s books are well worn.  he absolutely loves to read so I know it won’t be long before his shelves are filled with even more books.

Final Reveal - Boys Farmhouse Bedroom, Built in bed, dresser, bead board ceiling, wide pine floors, Benjamin Moore Hale Navy walls, and an angled door

Final Reveal - Boys Farmhouse Bedroom, Built in bed, dresser, bead board ceiling, wide pine floors, Benjamin Moore Hale Navy walls, and an angled door

Ryan also loves playing lacrosse and we were lucky to  find 2 “vintage” lacrosse sticks at our local thrift store.  The lax sticks wood goes well with the pallet barn door Jason made to divide his room from his younger brothers.  I think just about anything looks great hung on his navy walls, even store bought maps.  For only $15 for 2 at our local Costco.  We used the other one in his brother’s room.

Final Reveal - Boys Farmhouse Bedroom, Built in bed, dresser, bead board ceiling, wide pine floors, Benjamin Moore Hale Navy walls, and an angled door

And last but not least every bedroom  needs a door, right? His was doorway was a little challenging but I absolutely love how his angled door came out!!!

how to build an angled door

What do you guys think? We are incredibly happy with his room but thankful to be done :).  If you missed one of  the weeks and want to start at the beginning…

Week 1 – The Plan

Week 2 – Progress (bead board ceiling & wide pine floors)

Week 3 – Built in Bed

Week 4 – Secretary to Built in Dresser

Week 5 – How to Build an Angled Door

Final Reveal - Boys Farmhouse Bedroom, Built in bed, dresser, bead board ceiling, wide pine floors, Benjamin Moore Hale Navy walls, and an angled door

Sharing his built in blue bedroom the One Room Challenge as guest participant with Calling It Home.  Thanks so much for Linda for hosting. Thanks so much for stopping by to check out his built in bedroom!!!

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79 thoughts on “Final Reveal – Ryan’s Built in Boys Blue Bedroom – One Room Challenge Week 6

  1. This room came out amazing Tara! I love all the custom details. I can’t wait to see how you made the Roman shade because I love that too!

  2. I LOVE IT!!! The built-ins make it, in my opinion!!! I love the little alcove for the bed – my 10-year-old would love to curl up in there, too! What a lucky boy – and great work!!!

  3. Tara what a great space! That built in bed nook is awesome!!!!! Love the color on the wall with all the crisp white, the red light, the built in desk and bookcases, so much character everywhere! Your boys’ names are really cute by the way.

  4. How you placed your bed is GENIUS! i also love how you displayed his favorite things in the cabinets! Congrats and Cheers for another room done!

  5. You guys did an amazing job, Tara! It’s not surprise he loves that bed tucked into the wall! So cozy! Love all the DIYs you guys did… Hope you have a very relaxing weekend! xo

  6. I can’t believe you got all of that building done in 6 weeks! The room is amazing and makes such good use of the space. I love the bed. Ah-mazing!

  7. Ryan’s room is perfect! I still can’t believe how much you utilized the space in the room with all of those built in features. As soon as I saw the bed I thought about how fun it would be to curl up in that nook and read – I’m glad your son loves it! 🙂

  8. Wow, Tara–this room is amazing! I love all the built-ins you created, especially the bed. The ceiling with the navy walls is so crisp and classic. The map artwork is such a great touch. No wonder your son loves the room–well done!

  9. What a great room this is Tara! I knew it would turn out great when I saw that you had painted it the navy color. It must be your lucky color. The navy and white look so crisp and clean. And of course, you guys worked miracles with the unit that surrounds the window. A really fun room for a young boy. Love the pallet door too, it adds such character.

  10. Tara! Ryan’s bedroom is fabulous! Labors of love always seem to turn out the best, don’t they? Thanks for sharing, and I’ll definitely be back to see how you made the roman shade — my eye went right to it. Have a great week, Cynthia

    1. Thank you so much for your sweet comments about my son’s bedroom Cynthia! The roman shade was crazy simple and no sewing required :).

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