This is Ryder’s room. It was inspired from the Pottery Barn Kids catalog and decked out in Star Wars gear. When his mom and I were designing the space she loved the idea of a rough wood ceiling, blue walls and a twin over full bunk bed. This is how it turned out.
We ordered the bed and bedding straight from P.B. Kids (similar bedding found HERE). His mom found the locker style chest of drawers and was nice enough to let him have a fish tank in his room! The ceiling is quarter sawn pine stained to match the “Rustic Chestnut” stain of the bunk bed (similar bed found HERE).
On a trip to Ikea, I picked up these great stainless steel shelves and brackets. They used to hold all of Ryder’s Star Wars figurines, but now show off the important things in his life. They are the Ekby Mossby found HERE.
I felt the ceiling needed a bit of star bling. I couldn’t find a fixture that I felt worked so I hacked an Ikea lamp. This is the winning lamp.
So how much did it cost? Well Ikea sells the lamp for $39.99. I hired a metal fabricator to do the hacking for about $50. So that totals less than $100, not too bad for a ceiling fixture.
Here it is once again lit up in Ryder’s Star Wars room.
Thanks for coming to the open house! Would you like to see more of Laree’s home? Check out the following links:
Anthropologie Inspired Kitchen
Anthropologie Meets Glam Living Room
Laree’s Dinning Room and Family Room
Pottery Barn inspired Kid’s Bath