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Hello how are you all this blue monday?
I hope you are all ignoring this dumb fact - I dunno why this day is the most depressing than any other!
Did you have a good weekend? I hope so.
This weekend I found a dried up banana skin hiding under Rufus' bed (ergh!), yes I know what does that say about my cleaning skills?!!  No comment.
But it made me look at the boys room with fresh eyes.
We only decorated it two years ago but my golly it has become tired.  The boys have rubbed their toys up the walls which have left coloured scratch marks. Plus their sticking up of pictures and pulling them down has left sticky marks.
I haven't told Dan yet, but a lick of paint could be in order!
I am loving trawling through Pinterest for inspiration.  My children's spaces board is here.
What do you think?  A climbing wall a bit much?
x

9 comments:

  1. They all look great spaces but I suspect that all would soon have that lived in by boys look. Trust me when they hit teenage years their rooms become no-go zones or at the very least you need breathing apparatus to enter there!

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  2. No! I LOVE the climbing wall!! I have a whole pile of magazine clippings as ideas for my boys room...they will probably have left home by the time I get around to it though!

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  3. I get a bit depressed by all those oh-so-tidy-and-stylish kids bedrooms on pinterest. My look is more kids-from-nanny-mcphee-bedroom. I.E. quite nice but VERY MESSY.

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  4. Haha- totally agree with Flora- the first Nanny McPhee film was my biggest inspiration for the girls' room when we moved here. When I organise their room i find myself getting irationally upset with them for daring to play in it, so I think going with the flow is best! The boys wil only run their toys up the walls as soon as you paint it- if it were me I'd leave it until they're a little bit older and more able to look after it! xx

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  5. This is such an exiting project!! I like all the images you have pinned, I am not sure though about the climbing wall. Isn't there a safety issue?

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  6. Love these pick Lou! xx

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  7. Nice collection of images Lou, though I do wonder how annoying a Mum I'd become if my boys' room was that stylish - I might be too precious about them getting it really messy, which wouldn't be much fun for them! I love the idea of a climbing wall, and as long as you piled a few cushions at the bottom I don't think they'd come to much harm. My little one sleeps in a cot bed under his brother's platform bed, and loves using the slats above him as monkey bars!

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  8. Pinterest is a work of genius, isn't it? I shall have to go and follow your boards on it now *sees yet more of her life disppearing into an online vacuum*

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  9. Oh goodness, my boys would LOVE a climbing wall like that. And that yellow desk! Thanks for the inspiration.

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