Thursday, October 4, 2012

Superhero Room

I think I'm calling it good on Parker's Superhero room.  It all started with Parker's superhero pillows I made for his bed and grew from there.  I like to keep the main items in the room basic and then accessorize with fun items.  P's bedding is from Target, a solid navy blue quilt, that is reversible with a lighter blue color.  His curtains are also from Target, navy blue blackout curtains, attached with clips.

In addition to the pillows, I made six superhero canvases, a Super Parker side table, a superhero brothers print and a superhero lamp.  I converted his train table to a multipurpose play table and painted his dresser bright yellow.  I accessorized with a few framed pictures, a white wooden P and some superhero figurines.  His toys are somewhat organized in red bins under his play table and in clear plastic bins in his closet.

Price Breakdown

Some of these items were purchased quite a while ago, but just keeping it real.

Superhero Pillows - $10
Superhero Canvases - $12
Super Parker Side Table - $0
Paint for Canvases and Side Table - $3
Superhero Lamp - $0 -
Lamp Shade - $4
Dresser - $45
Hardware for Dresser - $13 from Amazon
Paint for Dresser - $9
Frames - $15
Superhero Print - $1.50
White Wooden P - $1.50
2 Red Baskets - $10
Multipurpose Play Table - $80
Bed Frame - $170 from Amazon (it is now $199)
Bed Mattress - $140
Book Shelf - $0 -
TJUSIG Rack from Ikea - $10
Quilt - $28.50
Curtains - $25
Mirror - $3 - Clearance from Michaels way long ago
Spiderman - $0
Spray Paint - $8

Total - $588.50

Take a look at how Parker's room looks or how it looked once, its rarely this clean.

Superhero Room

Check out the other projects I've done for Parker's room:

Happy Champagne Thursday!


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