Lego Room on a budget

A couple months ago, my boys’ room was covered in scary green wallpaper from another century.  I finally decided to tackle the room and I am so glad I did.

My boys love legos, so I decided to add some lego touches and keep the room a modern and fresh style.

Walls: I wanted to keep the walls neutral, then I can add color to the room through furniture and accessories.  This allows me to change up the decor without having to repaint too, plus I think white walls look classic and fresh.

The wall stickers are from Urban Walls, and they have so many designs to choose from.  Plus they are only about $35 per sheet and since I spaced them pretty wide, I only needed 1 sheet.

The bedding is from walmart a few years ago.  We didn’t want to spend a lot of money on the room so we worked with the bedding we already had.

Dresser and Bedside Table
The dresser and table were both from a thrift store.  I took a color from the bedding to make our accent color for the dresser and table.  I love how it turned out.  It was so cheap and simple.  See this post about repainting furniture:

Lego Art:
We took 2 thrift store frames and painted them black.  The prints are downloadable for $5 each from my mom’s etsy  We took them to a local print shop and the cost lest than $1 each to print.

Over the dresser we added more lego prints.  This time from etsy shop Roxberrylime2  There are TONS of lego characters to choose from, and each download costs $3.50.

It was so fun to see how we could tackle this room on a budget.  Most of the items were things we had and re-purposed.  We did purchase the rug, lamp, and shades from ikea.

Everything is Awesome!

One thought on “Lego Room on a budget

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s