Hi all, I hope you’ve been enjoying the guest posts. These ladies have been so gracious to contribute while I’m out enjoying some family time. Today it’s Lakeitha from Home to Three Duncan Boys. Her blog so full of inspiring projects and her boys’ rooms is one of my favorites! Welcome Lakeitha!
Well hello there! I’m Lakeitha from Home to Three Duncan Boys, and while Lori is enjoying a much needed vacation, I’m filling in for her today!
The topic today is being daring when it comes to design. For my examples, I’m going to use a few spaces from my own home.
Starting with my boys bedrooms
For my two youngest boys who love cars, I decided to start from there. I knew that I had to go with a cars “theme” for the space. So while painting the room a fabulous shade of blue, I decided to add a black strip to make a street around the room
I literally glued cars directly on the walls!
With my oldest son’s room, I was inspired by a room in the Serena and Lily catalog. What caught my eye the most (along with the wall color) was the shipping palettes used as a headboard. So I headed straight to Lowe’s and asked for shipping palettes! The result? A room I absolutely love!
Another part of his room that I took a chance on was his closet. I decided that it would be better as a little nook for him
Which later became a place to do homework!
Before this post gets too long, I’m going to stop here! But I want to leave you with this thought, never be afraid to take risks in your home even if it’s in a powder room! I’d love to hear what you’ve done to step out of your comfort zone when it comes to decorating!
Thanks Lori for having me over today! I hope you’re having a great time!
Thanks for stopping by Lakeitha!
Aren’t those rooms amazing? Lakeitha’s projects are so creative and outside the box. Love it!