5 Ways to Get This Look: Rustic Boy’s Bedroom

Here’s another fun room photographed by Hiya Papaya in a recent home show.  It’s a boy’s room, and you know that I’m all about having just as much fun decorating a boy’s room as a girl’s room!  In fact, I think there’s a good chance that one of the reasons this room caught my eye was that is shares some similarities with my guy Isaac’s new room.  

Hiya Papaya boys bedroom inspiration

This is definitely a fun boy’s bedroom that’s got plenty of room to grow up in, style-wise.  I like the farmhouse vibe combined with bright colors and bold graphic patterns in the bedding.  The board and batten wall treatment is timeless, and would continue to serve this home well even if bedrooms had to be switched around at some point–it could look just as good with more feminine decor or in a nursery.

Hiya Papaya boys bedroom inspiration numbered

There are definitely some great decor ideas to copy in this bedroom.  I looked around to find five examples of similar design details that other bloggers have DIYed.  Check out the folowing tips for getting this look on a budget.

Hiya Papaya bedroom collage

1. Spelling Art

Shanty 2 Chic hanging letters

It’s pretty easy to tell that the art in this bedroom is just framed letters.  I found some cool printable letter art at Shanty-2-Chic that you could frame, but I think the way they mounted their spelled artwork would look even better in a room like this than the pictured frames!

2.  Farmhouse Style Bed

Create and Delegate farmhouse bed

Like the weathered look of the headboard in my inspiration photo?  Create and Delegate DIYed a very similar bed using plans from Ana White.  This is a completely do-able project, and there are dozens of ways you could stain or paint this to achieve just the look you want.

3.  Green Furniture

The Golden Sycamore green chair 2

I definitely like the way the green nightstand pops in my inspiration room.  It’s just the right shade to compliment the other colors in this room.  This little chair was painted with Annie Sloan’s “Antibe’s Green” chalk paint over at The Golden Sycamore, and I think it’s almost a perfect match!  A simple chair by the bedside is a fun (and useful) alternative to a table.

4.  Chippy Paint Bedside Table

Sweet Pickins Furniture chippy paint 2

The extra chippy bedside table subtly introduces more color into this room while maintaining the rustic/farmhouse vibe.  You don’t have to scour flea markets and antique shops to get this look–Sweet Pickin’s Furniture has a tutorial to show you how to recreate it on an any piece of furniture.

5.  Board and Batten with a Shelf

Simplicity in the South board and batten shelf 2

I think the wall treatment is my favorite part of this room.  The shelf-topped board and batten wainscoting is the perfect way to add architectural interest to a blank bedroom wall, as well as extra display space.  You can view a similar DIYed version of this at Simplicity in the South.

What do you think?  Which element of this room would you be most likely to copy in your own home?





Comments

  1. Sharon Lefavor says:

    I like the board and batten wall nod letter art. Two things I would use in my future sewing room.

  2. Shannah at Just Us Four says:

    I love the rustic look! You did such a good job with this!

  3. What a great room! I love the board and batten and the pop of green as well. Thanks for the ideas, Miss Beckie!

    ~Abby =)

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