My boys lego room revamp is finally done and we are so in love with it! The hand-drawn skyline takes the lego room to the next level.
How to design a Lego Room
- Floors and Walls – First, choose what you want for your walls (and flooring if this is a full remodel). I painted all the walls white (Behr Frost) and did a hand-drawn skyline on the wall (tutorial coming soon) to set the tone for the room. We featured some of our favorite buildings. I wanted a hand-drawn look so I used a straight edge and a Sharpie Paint Pen to draw the design. I chose a black and white striped rug for the floors. Because this is a very large room, I chose a 10×13′ rug that covers nearly the entire floor.
- Choose your furniture – Since I knew the rug, walls and bedding was going to be black and white in the Lego Room, I opted for colorful furniture including red headboards, yellow crib and green dresser. The colorful furniture makes the walls and rugs pop! For the nightstand, I went with black and white again to balance the red headboards.
- Wall Art – I painted the GAME ON marquee letters. Then, mixed up black & white and colored prints in keeping with the Lego theme. I found all of the prints on Etsy and had them printed at Staples. Find out how to print oversized prints by watching this video.
- Accessories – I mixed a variety of colored textiles (pillows and curtains) and some Lego themed decor for their Lego room. I added some faux plants and that’s it!
Kids Room Decorating Ideas:
Wall: DIY Citycape Skyline (tutorial coming soon!)
New York New York Beddy’s – Remember to use CLASSYCLUTTER25 for 25% off of your order!
Solid pillow shams: Target
Green Quilts: Target
Lumbar Pillows: Classy Clutter Collection (OUR SHOP!)
Black and White striped rug: Wayfair (similar)
Curtains: Target circa 2014
Lego Prints: Etsy
Dresser: Ikea (stained Minwax Classic Grey, paint: Green)
GAME ON letters: Heidi Swapp via Amazon
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