Hero training camp

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Designedlifeblog.blogspot.com Hero training camp

Designedlifeblog.blogspot.com Hero training camp

Designedlifeblog.blogspot.com Hero training camp

Designedlifeblog.blogspot.com Hero training camp

Designedlifeblog.blogspot.com Hero training camp

Designedlifeblog.blogspot.com Hero training camp

Designedlifeblog.blogspot.com Hero training camp

Designedlifeblog.blogspot.com Hero training camp

Designedlifeblog.blogspot.com Hero training camp

Designedlifeblog.blogspot.com Hero training camp

Originally I planned to has this room ready for Christmas! How unrealistic was that. Can you say lacking in planning skills. I seem to totally underestimate the amount of time DIY-ing actually takes. Now I'm happy that we managed to get the first half of the update done.

The vintage climbing rack was completely disassembled and sanded down my hand, lacquered in a matte varnish and reassembled with new hardware. Luckily my guy did the metal because goggles and sparks were a bridge too far.

The super cool swing is from Rafa Kids and purchased here. The shelves are the replacement for the changing table and were so much more work than envisioned. I cut every piece of wood myself and sanded every cm 5 times! And then out came the trusty tub of matte lacquer. The cubes are random sizes and are haphazardly stacked but are fastened to the wall and each other for any bright climbing ideas.

The room is filled with the coolest little accessories, with a ton more in storage since last year, but here are a few of the goodies; spider poster, milk light, cookie light, little monster printpolaroid on wood, lantern and batman mask.

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