Rustic~Mod Teen Room
Hey Friends! Sitting down to write this post is so exciting. It's a jam packed post from floor to ceiling! ;) Our 16 year old son Caleb got a whole room makeover. After 14 years with the same old carpet, wood blinds, and ceiling fan, it was time for a room refresh for sure!
Let's begin with the most striking, rustic & beautiful part of this makeover... The WOOD WALL!!! Golly, I am just in awe of how this reclaimed peel and stick wood wall from Weekend Walls simply transformed this space. They were so kind to partner with me on this project and I am so thankful. This feature wall adds a tremendous touch of rustic class and we are so pumped with the result.
This blank wall is 14 feet long and almost 10 feet high. I knew I wanted to create a statement wall here and we really wanted to get Caleb's guitars off the floor so this was an awesome solution. A gorgeous wood wall backdrop with his collection of guitars displayed as art on the wall.
This is the color natural. Just look at the gorgeous variation of color!
They also take the time to patch where there's a missing hole from the knot.
Almost finished and I was so happy with how it was turning out!
Easy Peasy~ Lemon Squeezy!
Here are the easy steps I followed when installing this reclaimed wood to his wall: (Waiting 36 hours before beginning for wood to acclimate to room temperature.)
1. Begin with a clean wall. (Remove outlets, screws, nails etc.)
2. Gather tools needed: J-Roller (seam roller), measuring tape, level, pencil, some type of saw (this thin product cuts extremely easy)
3. Find the center point of the wall, and draw a line using your level.
4. Begin there by peeling off the first board and pressing the boards all the way across on your pencil line and work from there.
(Visit WeekendWalls.com for more tutorials and FAQ's)
In my experience, there were just a few boards that lifted. It was an easy fix, I just popped a few nails with my brad nailer and they were fixed in seconds.
This wall is the star of this room. The quality of this reclaimed wood product and the work they put into each board is excellent. I cannot brag enough about them! Weekend Walls is also extending a 10% off promo code to you guys when you use code: FINISHEDWALL :)
Let's move to the floor. Why carpet? Simply put, our boys requested it. They really wanted carpet, so we all agreed and added a no shoes rule. ;) After looking at several different kinds, we decided on this one from the Home Decorators Collection at Home Depot. We are extremely happy with the installation, color, style, and feel. Click on the link at the bottom of the post for more information.
Is it weird that I enjoy vacuuming lines in carpet? lol
Now, let's move to the Roman Shade window treatment from Blinds.com. We have the same one in our Master bedroom, these are also black out, and we love them. The link will be in the bottom of the post.
It was so fun to style my boy's masculine bedroom. I enjoyed playing off the colors in the guitars to bring in pops of orange, black, and also gray and wood tones from the barn wood. My Caleb loves his new room and has given me multiple thank you's and hugs... so that makes it all worth it to this Mama. ;)
Reclaimed Peel and Stick Wall Boards ~ provided by WeekendWalls.com
Day Bed~ RoomsTOGo
Roman Shade~ Blinds.com
Side Table~ At Home Stores
Funky Orange Chair ~ Ross (Linked here are some similar from Amazon)
Plant Holder~ Mrs.Bug's Design
Carpet~ The Home Depot
Ceiling Fan~ The Home Depot
Guitar Hanger~ Amazon
Wall Color~ Sherwin Williams Repose Gray
Striped Black and white pillow~ Ikea
Seam Roller~ Lowe's Home Improvement
Faux Succulent ~ TJMaxx
Thank you for stopping in today. I hope that you all have a great weekend with your loved ones!
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