Sunday Stewardship: Real Life Living, A Teenage Boy’s Bedroom
Creating a space with Three Generations of Furnishings: Antique, Retro & Modern or New
NONE of which is inherited…and ALL of which is still “in progress”
Real Life: A Teenage Boy’s Room
I think it is so important to share transparently how we live as Designers and Design as Designers for our own Family
Stewardship involves a component of TEACHING the next generation to appreciate & enjoy all types and styles of stuff
1. MODERN: New Headboard from Couture Chateau’s Custom Collection, Made in North Carolina by Bentley Churchill
Couture Chateau’s Custom Headboard Made in North Carolina, by Bentley Churchill, Perfectly Sized to Match the Retro Shelving
2. RETRO: Open Shelving Giving the Space a bit of whimsy from the 1970’s
Not exactly like what we found, but I like this one also.
We went shopping for the shelving we found for his room at Consignment Stores. Because the space is small, the 1970’s wall mounted “Model Home” Shelving is perfect. Kind of the Brady Bunch meets That 70’s Show…very fun. Don’t take it too seriously – teach them to “Mix it up”!
3. ANTIQUE: A drop front Desk
Antique Drop Front Desk, Similar to the one pictured
Practical because it hides his stuff – AND gives him a not so subtle appreciation for working in style.
And to make you feel better – not even a Designer’s kid can make the bed so the plaid on the Ralph Blanket lines up perfectly!
Here’s to REAL LIFE LIVING – Sunday Stewardship Style…