Boy Room Sources

Good morning.  As promised, I'm back with sources for my son's big boy room.  This space was so fun to makeover.

I stumbled upon this headboard while wandering the aisles.  I loved the clean lines, espresso color, and beadboard detail.  The metal letter was something I really wanted in the room and so glad I stuck with it.  Originally I was going to stick with prints above the bed.  The bedding was another item I had my mind made up about.  The orange chevron pillow was brought in from the loft.  The colors work perfectly in here.

Headboard - Big Lots
Metal letter - Hobby Lobby 
Comforter - Target 
Pillow - H&M
Striped wall - DIY 

I like the stripe on stripe effect of the wall and comforter.
Rug - Urban Outfitters
Light - Ikea, added ribbon

I really love this side of the room now.  Before the picture shelves were here.  This car blueprint really makes a statement.

Trofast - Ikea
Engineering print - DIY

This little corner almost didn't happen.  Before I started on this makeover, I had already taken pictures and was ready to sell this chair.  So glad I didn't.  It's such a comfy little spot for reading.  This pillow from Ikea is double sided so I can flip it over for a different look.
Chair - Ikea
Pillow - Ikea
Pouf - Target
Curtains - DIY
Alphabet wall print - DIY 

The crates were re-vamped and given new life with a little paint.  He has easy access to his books and the toy train he plays with the most.  The orange on the curtains pop and I still love the orange.
Crates - DIY

This gallery wall is one of my favorites too. 

Car print - Etsy
Don't Worry Print - Etsy
Be Brave print - Etsy
Wooden Arrow - DIY
Letter K, Number 2, Cardboard key - Hobby Lobby, painted
Small mirror - Ross
Metal globe - Michael's 

 Hello Handsome print - Etsy
Haul canvas - TJ Maxx
Decorative Sphere - DIY
Plant and pot - Ikea
Wood house - Ikea

I think I got everything.  Please let me know if you see something I didn't name a source for.

Have a great day!

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