One Room Challenge- The Reveal

One Room Challenge- The Reveal

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I swear y’all the One Room Challenge Reveal gods were against me. Between the youngest having a stomach bug, the migraine that fought me all day, the husband traveling, the last minute being so last minute & the lack of sunshine (40 minutes after I began writing, the sun came up & I snagged my camera & re-did the photos) for my pics I am unsure how I got here. But, I made it, phew!

If you’re just seeing this, you can look at back here.

My goal in the end…create a bright, comfortable room, that my youngest can grow into and enjoy for years to come.

Without further adieu, here’s my youngests bedroom!


I was and am still so happy about this dresser. A great find at a local consignment store.



This tortoise shell is amazing! I found it at one of my favorite stores in town Lyndon Leigh, the sister store of Shop Candelabra.



Total panic and last minute shopping at Hobby Lobby allowed me to score some serious gold goodness like these animals.


The duvet cover was an ikea find, the yellow cable knit blanket Homegoods and the quilt Target.

The gray Euro pillows were another Target score and the lumbar pillow was a local find.


These scrabble letters make me so happy! They bring a little bit of rustic and boyness to this room.


I love the side tables too. The white one is from a local store called Charleston Revisions and the small gold table is Target.


Isn’t it just lovely? It has a match but I don’t need it. I’m trying to sweet talk my friend Laurie into breaking it up. Does anyone want to buy the other one? πŸ˜‰

This little table from target is perfect for a small space.

Another important item for the room was a desk. Channing is always at Coopers desk in his bedroom so I felt it was needed for him to have his own space. The bench, desk and suitcase are from Target. The elephant is from Lyndon Leigh.



I just had to have this Charleston print.


A couple of other items I needed was a book shelf, still looking for that. A nice spot for him to sit and a chalk board.

The colors in this pouf are a perfect match, another Target score!

The hook is from Lyndon Leigh and it’s such a fun piece for his room.

Oh and of course I cannot forget the curtains. Again, wanted fun, not too serious and kinda what I would call a childrens print without being too juvenile.



Finally, the bed was supposed to be white. However, it had so many cracks in it that it would have cost a fortune to fix. The solution to not show all the cracks was to go a dark color. I actually like it a lot and feel that it works for a boys room.



Anyway, thanks y’all for visiting and for the support. It was a fun adventure and definitely a challenge for me to get here. I’m glad I did it and I’m even happier for Channing to have his big boy room! Go check out the others and a big thanks to Calling it Home for a wonderful creation!

Happy Thursday friends!

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  • November 6, 2014

    Absolutely fan-freaking-tastic!!!!!! Love everything about it!!!! Great job!!

  • November 6, 2014

    This is wonderful ! I think the bed looks better gray anyway, lucky accident. And those scrabble letters are so COOL !!
    Great job!

  • November 6, 2014

    Wow! Channing (love his name!) must be thrilled. A grey and yellow colour palette is my absolute fave. Love all the accessories and I must say that your Target stores in the US are so much better than ours up here in Canada. Great job!

  • November 6, 2014

    Lady it looks so good! Definitely a boys space but the yellow makes it so happy! The gray & neutral foundations will transition beautifully as he ages! Well done Krystine!! Xx jana

  • November 6, 2014

    Man you make Target look good! Love this room- simple and full of sweet touches. I would totally take that other nightstand off your hands if I was closer. Where I would put it- who knows? But it’s such a great piece!

  • November 6, 2014

    Krystine, you NAILED it my friend! The scrable like letters above the bed is what I love best about this room and the grey colored 4 poster bed! I agree, grey is perfect for a boys room and no one would have been the wiser if you hadn’t shared the secret about the cracks. SCORE on the turtle shell that reminds me of Worlds Away! I’ve started following the vendor on IG and will have to check them out the next time I’m in Charleston/Mt. Pleasant. SCORE on the bedding! Hoping I can finalize the new bedding and full bed for Sofia by March and you’ve given me the push I needed. I know Channing will absolutely love his new room that his mama worked so hard on! I’m right there with you, we’ve had potty training duty with both girls, colds, and two 3 days of cloudy skies that didn’t allow me the chance to take the best photos, but yours turned out great! XOXO

  • November 6, 2014


    Love the white nightstand – was admiring them at Charleston Revisions. Maybe we can sweet talk Chris into getting the other for the boy’s room?? πŸ˜‰

  • November 6, 2014

    it looks amazing, christine! i love the yellow and love the bed painted! such a great space- all of the animals are awesome!

  • November 6, 2014

    This is so awesome Krystine!!!! I’m speechless over those scrabble letters! My little man would love that. This the perfect mix of classic yet boyish style. Love!

  • November 6, 2014

    Wow! It is just so perfect! It’s styled just absolutely perfectly! It’s so casual yet chic. I LOVE the bed! Perfect mix great job!

  • November 6, 2014

    You hit it out of the park. All the gold touches, especially the tortoise shell! And of course, I love those letters. This is definitely a fun, graphic, exciting room. Love the side tables…no green? Great job my friend! #skillzzz

  • November 6, 2014

    Love the bed and scrabble letters! The whole room came together perfectly!

  • November 6, 2014

    Krystine- you may have been scrambling to get this last post up, but the final reveal shows only a well thought out, modern and playful end result. Your little guy must be so thrilled to call this room his! I think the bed was meant to be gray. It’s a show stopper. What a score at hobby lobby with those animals! They are even similar to the black elephant on the desk, no? Congrats on completing another ORC and to a job well done!

  • November 7, 2014

    The room is gorgeous! Love that bed and the desk area. Everything is beautiful

  • November 7, 2014

    This room is perfect. I love the dark bed with the yellow accents and the personalization of the room with his name. What a special space for your little one to grow up in!

  • November 7, 2014

    It’s perfect! So bright and Cheery! Grey and yellow is one of my all time favorite color combinations and the details are so fun. I love the long accent pillow on the bed with all the animals. Beautiful job!!

  • November 7, 2014

    Krystine – what a great big boy room. Such a well thought out space that is playful, functional, and chic. Big fan of the yellow and grey! And I am still officially drooling over that console find. epic. Congrats girl, glad you powered through!

  • November 7, 2014


    Wow! The entire space pulled together so wonderfully. So much to love it would take me all afternoon to list them all. The bed turned out incredible and I adore the bench paired with the desk. So many special touches too, especially adore the lumbar pillow and Charleston artwork! Way to rock this challenge!

  • November 7, 2014

    Wow~ An absolutely stunning space! I love the drapes and touches of brass. As a fellow 6 week participant the six weeks was indeed a challenge and you rose up. Well done!

  • November 8, 2014

    oaky this room is total perfection. the soft yellow crème and gray I love. The letters above the bed, THAT DRESSER!!!!!!!!, and the styling is awesome. I love this room!

  • November 8, 2014

    this is simply lovely {can you use that word to describe a boys room?} every detail is just perfect, absolutely love it all…i would live in here for sure. job well done!!

  • November 9, 2014

    Wow…just wow! I love this room – I love the gray bed so I’m glad that the white didn’t work – it looks beautiful! Great job! I know your little one is so excited!

  • November 10, 2014

    What a wonderful room Krystine! I love it so much. The yellow is fab and I adore that you used it for a boys room. The bed is amazing and I love the nightstand. And those curtains are so so good:) Seriously every detail is just plain good! Congrats on a fabulous makeover sweets:)

  • November 10, 2014

    Krystine, it looks fabulous! I love it all, especially those CHANNING letters! The bed looks amazing! What a great transformation πŸ™‚

  • November 11, 2014

    Krystine, what a perfect space you created for Channing! Love those scrabble letters, and all the Target finds you incorporated look amazing! Who knew a boy needed gold accents – such great stylish and playful pieces!! Wonderful job!

  • November 11, 2014

    I forgot how much I liked gray and yellow together! Such a great combination….this is a super room Kystine! You rocked it with all of your great finds. Painting the bed gray was perfect and I love how you mixed all of the bedding. Congrats!

  • November 12, 2014

    Amazing room!! I think the Scrabble tiles are my favourite. Looks like a fun and youthful room for your son while still looking not so child-like that you can enjoy it too.

  • November 13, 2014

    Krystine, you would never know that the ‘gods’ were not smiling on this room. It looks amazing! Love the bright yellow paired with the warm gray. Fantastic job.

  • November 15, 2014

    KE – You did an amazing job! There are so many things I love about the room – the tortise, the wish bone, the curtains… everything is just perfect. xoxoxo

  • November 17, 2014

    Love it! The curtains, the color combo, the bed, the dresser. Love it all.

  • November 18, 2014

    Krystine, I love Channing’s room! You did such a good job on every detail and the color scheme is great. His name with the big Scrabble letters is so fun!

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