A Castle Playroom for Two
A boring playroom is transformed into a medieval castle complete with a trap-door loft, stage and dressing room.
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After the walls are painted a regal shade of purple, gray bricks are stenciled on to make the fortress walls. Words to live by, written in Spanish make a noble wall border. The border is created on the computer using a gothic-style font. It is printed on self-adhesive label paper; each letter is cut out using a razor knife then carefully adhered to the wall. The existing chandelier is spray painted dark bronze to give it an old patina worthy of the castle setting.
sponges, knights helmet: Ayers Variety & Hardware
rope for trap door: Rei
fabric and fabric dye: Jo-Ann Fabrics
knights costume: Party City (crusader kit)
storage ottomans, mirror, chairs: Target
ivy garlands: Michaels
flowers: A.C. Moore
theatre light "gels" for fire sconce: Guitar Center