I have no idea, but my son's room has been the room I've been avoiding decorating.
When we moved in a year ago, he was in a crib and growing out of that whole 'baby' stage.
With the rest of the house going under decorating overhaul, I just never came up with anything cohesive for his room.
Here's what it's been like for the past eight months or so...
See that pretty burlap R?
I did a tutorial on that not long ago... look at it here.
That R was my favorite piece... nothing else made me very happy.
So everything else needed to be REVAMPED.
So I got the basic shapes and layout I wanted and sat there just looking.
Probably for a good half hour.
Then I just got to work.
I figured if I hated it, I could redo them.
But why not give it a try?
Here's a couple before and afters of a few pieces:
This was a dollar store frame that I spray-painted hammered bronze.
I stuck a piece of scrapbook paper in the frame and glued a wooden R that I painted red/brown on the glass.