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Ok, I love my son’s room. The Star Wars theme is just what he wanted. Everything is perfect, except his bedding. He has a duvet with a duvet cover. That is the first problem. The duvet is constantly sliding down inside the duvet cover. It is very annoying to have to try and reach down the cover to pull the duvet back up to the top. My little boy really can’t do this on his own properly. That is only half our problem.

The next fun part of his bedding situation is the attachment he has to minky blankets. He just loves sleeping with a minky blanket (or two). Every night I have to tuck him in with a minky blanket on top of him and then cover him with the sheet and duvet. As you can imagine, in the morning the bedding is like a heaping, twisted pile of blankets. When he tries to make up his bed, he mostly just pulls up the duvet cover (because the actual duvet slides down somewhere in the cover). My little one then tries to find the top sheet (that is usually crunched all the way down to the bottom of the bed) due to the minky blanket. By the time he is done (bless his heart) it looks like there is still a lumpy body in his bed. 🙂 You can get an idea from these before pictures.

 

This is where Beddy’s Beds comes to the rescue. It is a bedding set with the comforter, fitted sheet, and minky blanket (or all cotton options) all in one. The whole thing goes on like a fitted sheet and ZIPS up. SAY WHAT!?? Yes, it zips up like a sleeping bag on the sides to make your kid’s life easier in the morning. This is a game changer people. Not only will it look nice and neat but it is the kid-friendliest bedding you will ever find. My little boy can now make up his own bed and it actually looks nice. Not like a lumpy pile of blankets. The simplicity of this bedding set is EXACTLY what he and I both needed.

 

Ok, I know what you’re going to ask. Is it worth the money? Yes! A thousand times over. My little boy has been sleeping in his new bedding all week and just loves everything about it. He thinks it is too cool that it zips up and has the soft minky inside. My sweet little boy can also actually make up his bed successfully. I have friends that have Beddy’s and they have washed them over and over with the bedding still looking fabulous. They are a great high-quality fabric that will last for years to come. The best part is that Beddy’s saves us so much time in the morning.

They also make blankets like this cute Check Mate one on the end of his bed. These are so big, soft, and easy to grab. My little boy loves the minky on this blanket. We are always grabbing blankets to cuddle up around the house. This is just perfect because he can grab this right off the end of his bed without messing up his bedding. It is really is our go-to blanket now!

Did I mention how absolutely adorable the bedding is too? We ended up choosing this Game On set that fits seamlessly into his bedroom theme. Beddy’s also has so many other classic and trendy styles. I am already eyeing another cute Beddy’s set for my little girl now. The simplicity of Beddy’s is just too good. I want one for every room now. 🙂 If only everything in home styling could look this cute and be so easy.

 

 

 

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Star Wars Bedroom

Sometimes I feel like we have got so much done in our new house. Other days, I feel like we will never be finished. I just love being in our house and I feel so blessed we were able to build a home. Each day a little more gets put away, organized, decorated, and furnished. Most recently, I finished my son’s room.

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He loves Star Wars and has been wanting his room themed like this for a while. I tried to incorporate some of the same decor he had in our townhouse. I ended up selling his headboard and getting a new bed. I really like the black metal bed. It was a good price and makes a statement. I used his same bedding and just added a Chewbacca pillow from Target.

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The nightstand was another Target find. I knew I wanted a cute task lap for the top and Ikea came through for the win. I found this wood crate at Wal-Mart unfinished to go under the nightstand. I put on a coat of Minwax Jacobean stain and it currently is holding a fish tank (don’t ask).

Ok, we got this bookcase for free when we were first married. It has been through more transformations than I can remember. It is such a good piece for my son’s room. It holds all his toys and books. It is not too big or small and fits perfectly in every room he has. It had red stripes and bins from his last room theme. I decided to paint over the red with gray. I found some new galvanized bins from Wal-Mart. It fits perfectly in his Star Wars room now.

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I knew I wanted some cute Star Wars patent prints for above the bed. I searched everywhere and finally came across some that I loved. Home James Art is fabulous. All of her prints are beautiful and perfectly done. I was so happy to have found her! Jo is just the sweetest lady you will ever meet. I love all her work and I am thrilled to use more of her prints (some beautiful botanicals) in my front room reveal (hopefully I can show that in a few weeks). Run over to her Facebook page and see her latest sale! I found these frames at Target.

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We also switched out the fan to this sleek black one. I love how the black pops against the white. My son was cute and grateful for his new room. I finished it while he was at school. When he came home, he was so excited. He told me he loved his Star Wars room at least twenty times that day. 🙂

 

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United States of America Framed

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Ok, this was on of those projects where I got really excited to get finished and didn’t take very many “before” pictures. Sorry, but hopefully I will explain it all well. I ordered this United States of America metal artwork off eBay for my son’s room. I just loved the look of it made from old license plates.  When it arrived, it was much smaller than I thought it would be. It also had two holes at the top the size of a hole punch. It wasn’t quite what I expected. Instead of shipping it back and wasting time, I came up with a plan to make it work.

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First, I went to Hobby Lobby and found a nice large frame the size I wanted the piece to be. It was white, of course. However, the white just didn’t seem to fit with the style I was going for. So I took my Minwax jacobean stain and glazed the frame. Once it was all glazed I sanded a few areas to distress it very lightly.

This picture frame came with a cardboard piece between the glass, as most picture frames do. I needed some way to get the metal United States sign to stay. Since it already had two holes I decided I would use the cardboard it came with and gold brad fasteners to attach the sign. I spray painted the cardboard blue. Once that was nice and dry, I attached the metal sign to the cardboard. I just slipped the gold brad fasteners through the two holes the sign had and on through the cardboard. I was worried the sign would be too heavy to hold to the cardboard. This was not the case and it stayed perfectly.

Now that my white frame was all glazed, I still thought it needed a little more. I took some red paint I had on hand to add some racing stripes to the frame. I taped off a larger stripe and smaller stripe right next to each other using frog tape. I had to put on two coats of red paint for the stripes.

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Once my red racing stripes were dry, I put my sign and cardboard piece all back together in the frame. It was exactly what I wanted for my son’s room! It turned out to be the perfect size and colors I had hoped for. Even though I didn’t originally like the sign, my improvements made me fall in love with it.2

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Hi there, I’m Kate. Welcome to White Lane Decor. Thanks for stopping by. I love all things pretty and the color white. I’m always looking for new ways to turn our house into a home. Have a look around and find out more.

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Some of my blog posts, ads, and banners contain "affiliate links." This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate compensation. However, I only recommend products or services I use personally and truly feel you will enjoy too! I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.” White Lane Decor is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.

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