Davidson Family Home: Part 3

This boy space was so fun to do because we had a few creative challenges, namely, my client wanted something that could grow with him for years. And do boys ever grow out of super heroes? Also, this space was already tight and we went from a twin to a full size bed. The acrylic book shelves came in handy because we were able to get the bookcase off the floor and add visual interest - while adding function - to the wall. I'm not a big fan of themed rooms, however, I feel this room works well because it's not an immediate "Wow! This is a super hero room!" Instead, the balance came from simple patterns and textures you might not expect. 

A simple, homemade buffalo check pillow completes the bed. 

A simple, homemade buffalo check pillow completes the bed. 

The industrial light is from Pottery Barn Kids and really sets the tone for the room (AND under $100!)

The industrial light is from Pottery Barn Kids and really sets the tone for the room (AND under $100!)

Client found these comic books at an antique shop. 

Client found these comic books at an antique shop. 

A little of this and a little of that create a personalized nook on his dresser. 

A little of this and a little of that create a personalized nook on his dresser. 

Is this shelf awesome! We scored it at Dot & Bo. 

Is this shelf awesome! We scored it at Dot & Bo

One child can never have enough books.  

One child can never have enough books.  

And what reading nook isn't complete without a chair from PBK? 

And what reading nook isn't complete without a chair from PBK? 

(As a courtesy to my clients, I share some, but not all, of our sources.)