Vintage Baseball Room (Part 2)

Sooo in LOVE with these GREEN doors!!!  
The bedroom is pretty neutral, so the green adds the perfect POP of color!

Benjamin Moore - Irish Moss

I used a combination of painting with a roller, and using an angled brush.

FINALLY after about 5 coats of paint, I was able to add the hardware!
And yes, I painted the back sides of each door as well.

The next day the furniture arrived!!!  
The kids literally stared out the window until they saw the trucks pull up!

For us, it's not always an easy feat to get furniture upstairs.  We have spiral stairs, therefore, we must hoist furniture up over the banister.
We had about 4 men + my teenage nephew helping lift the furniture to the 2nd floor.  I had quite the enjoyment, just standing back, and taking pictures!
Hee Hee

Please ignore the "bacon on the wall" aka Cedar planks!  That was a "project fail", and those are coming back down.

Here's the pallet wall!
I am adding some wooden slats to the window seat. 

 I am almost done in this room.  
I just need to add the window seat, put the plug socket plates back on, and add a few vintage decor. pieces!
Of course, a new fan, some crown moulding, maybe even a painted ceiling would be nice, but I think I'll just keep it at the minimum for now.

You can check out Part 1 on this bedroom re-do here.

~ Jenny xoxo



Vintage Baseball Room ((progress))

Recently we have been doing lots of Spring Cleaning!  
While doing so, we also re-arranged the kid's bedrooms.  Our daughter moved to the previous Guest Bedroom, partly because that room was already painted in girlie colors!  We felt like our oldest son needed his own room, so he went in the smallest bedroom, so that our other 2 younger sons could share the biggest room.

Since the biggest room was once our daughter's room (that we never did finish painting), that ended up being the only room that we would need to re-paint.

Around this time, a really good friend of mine asked if we needed a bunk-bed set!  I was ecstatic!  Not only was she giving us the bunk-bed, but also the mattresses, and bedding that it came with!  My 5 year old is so excited about the new desk that comes attached to the bed, and this is the first time my 2 year old will be in a big boy bed!
(THANK YOU, Kelly!  You have been such a blessing to our family!)

Down below I created a mood board...

Neutral with a pop of Green!
I already have the pallet wall in this room, and the Sports bedding is going to go perfect with the Vintage theme I had wanted.

The walls are painted Going To The Chapel - Benjamin Moore
...and the accent green is Irish Moss - Benjamin Moore

(Thank you Young House Love for the Inspiration!)

So today we worked on clearing out the bedroom & painting!!!

...because we have spiral stairs, it's not always an easy task to haul furniture up and down the stairs...


My 5 year old helping mix the paint...


More Progress...

Tomorrow's agenda:

- give the trim a 3rd coat of paint
- paint the doors!
- add new plug socket plates
- add new door knobs.
- build a bench by the 2 windows! 

~ Jenny xoxo