HJ’s playroom is one of my favorite in the house. It is full of little projects we did, and is bright and colorful. One thing it had been lacking, was curtains. When I decided I was sick of chevron, I knew the kitchen curtains needed to change. The thing is, I like chevron in certain places. So, I tried them out in the playroom.
HJ had a chevron blanket in his playroom, and I loved how it “popped”. The chevron is the perfect playful accent, and I love how the curtains look in their new “home”.
To me, the room now looks complete.
The curtains, were plain white curtains from Target. I bought the fabric at fabric.com and used heat bond to finish it off.
That’s right, no-sewing. See the complete how to here.
Above the table, I made a ribbon chandelier. I love how cute ribbon chandeliers are, and REALLY love how easy they are.
HJ’s cute table has always been one of my favorite DIY projects.
I stole this from my sister’s garage and gave it a bright and fun makeover.
The next corner of the room has the pull-out couch (instant guest room), some toys, and the mirror-turned-chalkboard…
You can also see a bit of the diaper box I turned into storage containers. I just glued the chevron fabric onto the boxes (there are 3 more in the closet filled with toys).
The last side is where the majority of the toys are stored and where the art work is displayed.
The art display is one of the first DIY projects I did in our house, and it is a fun way to show of HJ’s artistic side.
It’s been awhile since I have done a tour of the house and what we have been doing in it! I think the reason I like this room so much is because it is filled with our personal touches, and things I actually made.