Let's Play Wild West
Hosts Shari Hiller and Matt Fox decorate this bedroom for twin boys with a Wild West theme using a painted rustic wall technique.
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Hosts Shari Hiller and Matt Fox decorate this bedroom for twin boys with a Wild West theme using a painted rustic wall technique along with a cool combination nightstand/bookcase/game table project.
Sherri and matt have fun creating useful storage for both kids and adding accessories that really enhance the western theme.
For added fun, mount flag brackets at the desired height using self-anchoring Molly bolts and cut the wooden sticks of toy horses to fit inside the brackets for unique clothes hooks.
paint pens, large wooden letters (Jo-Ann Etc.)
two-inch wooden blinds (Country Wood) (Hunter Douglas)
drapes, small wooden stools, solid-colored pillows (Bed, Bath and Beyond)
bedding (The Land of Nod)
blanket for Little Brave bed (Pendleton)
stagecoach lamp (Levin Furniture)
galloping ponies (for clothes hooks) (Toys R Us)
square bean bag ottomans (Target)
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