An industrial style playroom space that’s as fun to look at as it is to play in!
This playroom space has been A LONG TIME coming.
Like months + months + months.
In fact, it looks like we officially kicked things off in March. Though, I’m not sure how seven whole months have snuck their way through since then. I swear, if I didn’t have a record of it all on the blog, I would have guessed it was just a fraction of that.
And then Summer came and “real life” was put on hold for all things that were much more fun. Instead of renovating our home, we spent as much time as we could outside of it, enjoying the warm weather while it lasted.
But of course, Fall came all too quickly (as it always does) – Carson started Kindergarten and our warm, sunny days all but disappeared.
With the cooler days and earlier evenings, there’s always that shift back to inside the house once again, which meant that finishing up C’s playroom was back on the to-do list.
I also wanted to create a comfy spot for C to curl up with a pile of books – this custom Designed2B love seat is the perfect spot to cozy up and Carson picked out this rustic Dodeca Accent Table to sit beside it.
Though Mom was most worried about all the toy storage, Carson was dead set on setting up a little work area all his own, complete with his own desk and lamp – after all, he is in Kindergarten now and is sure to have all sorts of homework to work on.
Carson picked out this North Avenue Desk from The Brick and I couldn’t have made a better choice myself. The industrial style fit his rustic playroom perfectly and it paired so perfectly with this metal + wood chair that I’d already chosen.
I’m so, so excited about how this space came together (even if it did take seven whole months to complete) and most importantly, Carson is over the moon about his new playroom space!
This adorable playroom will be a fun space for our little man to hang out for years to come!
Just in case you missed it, here’s a quick peek at what we started with:
And here’s how it looks today…
Find links to the products I used to create this industrial playroom space below:
Wall Colour – Edgecomb Gray from Benjamin Moore
Grange Bookcase – The Brick
Grange TV Stand – The Brick
Designed 2B Dax Love Seat – The Brick
Dodeca Accent Table – The Brick
North Avenue Desk – The Brick
Peyton Dining Chair – The Brick
Wood Memory Wall Mural – Walls Need Love
Rustic Wood Signs – William Rae Designs
Pendant Lamp – Globe Electric
Chrome Bulb – Globe Electric
You might also want to check out the other playroom projects below:
HUGE thanks to the wonderful folks at The Brick for sponsoring this post and making it so darn easy to recommend their incredible products and service! And to the amazing team at Walls Need Love, we always love working with their brilliant removable wallpapers!
Wishing you SUCH a lovely day!