If you’re new here – welcome! Let me catch up really quickly. This is our third time participating in the One Room Challenge – last spring we completed a menswear inspired bedroom for our son Beckett, and last fall we gave our master bedroom a major refresh.
If you are curious where any of the products in this space came from, I’ve link most within the text of this post, or you can hop over to the playroom source list for a complete list. At the bottom of this post, you’ll also find links to detailed tutorials for the DIY projects in this space.
But for now, just enjoy the pictures…
We also wanted this gallery wall to be a place where the kids could display their own art work. Four frames are filled with colorful sheet music from different Beatles songs, each with a clip to hold our boys’ masterpieces.
They even have a cute, red toy accordion that I hung from one of the rails.
UNDER STAIRS READING NOOK
To help fill the wall space around the book racks, I added two black and white photos taken by their uncle – one of piano keys, the other guitar strings.
MAGNETIC WALL & PING PONG WALL COASTER
When they are done creating their mazes, all the parts and pieces can easily be stored right on the wall.
I created a series of music lyric posters that I added on top of the sheet music using thin, colored washi tape.
The “STUDIO” marquee letters add yet another element of mood lighting in the space. The photo below also gives you a good view of the new light fixture that we installed on the wall.
VINYL RECORD WALL