Home Tour Tuesday: Teddy’s Superhero Bedroom

Boys Super Hero Bedroom // Fancy Ashley

Today marks the one year mark of when we moved into our house. I decided today was the perfect day to start my new Tuesday series, “Home Tour Tuesdays.” It has taken me almost a full year to get this house where I want it and honestly, I still have a few unfinished rooms that are in progress. I swear, it takes forever to finish a house! I’m going to start with the little presidents’ rooms. I asked for a vote on Instagram and the first few comments requested Teddy’s room first, so here we go! There are so many things we say before we actually become parents, that change after we actually have children. One of mine was “I will never EVER do a character bedroom.” Famous last words, right? Teddy was dying for a superhero bedroom and at the end of the day, I wanted him to LOVE his room, so I agreed. I couldn’t do it without doing my own spin on it! He is THRILLED with the outcome and honestly so am I. We both love it!

Here is a little peek into Teddy’s room!

Boys Super Hero Bedroom // Fancy Ashley

After we did our gingham wall in the playroom, I think Mr. Fancy never wanted to paint again. Teddy wanted red and white stripes in his bedroom, so we made it happen!

Boys Super Hero Bedroom // Fancy Ashley

I love mixing and matching fabrics. This is a favorite combo of mine (I say that about every pillow combo.)!

Boys Super Hero Bedroom // Fancy Ashley

Boys Super Hero Bedroom // Fancy Ashley

Boys Super Hero Bedroom // Fancy Ashley

Polaroid Camera // Superhero Book // Batman Clock

Boys Super Hero Bedroom // Fancy Ashley Boys Super Hero Bedroom // Fancy Ashley

Teddy is somewhat of a collector, so, I wanted a table where he could display all his things.

Boys Super Hero Bedroom // Fancy Ashley

Boys Super Hero Bedroom // Fancy Ashley

Boys Super Hero Bedroom // Fancy Ashley

Boys Super Hero Bedroom // Fancy Ashley

Boys Super Hero Bedroom // Fancy Ashley

My vision for Teddy’s room always included these maps that were made by my great grandfather. They are of California and Colorado (where Teddy was born). I hope he’ll always keep these in his home in some sort of capacity. They are really a neat thing to have!

Boys Super Hero Bedroom // Fancy Ashley

My best friend saw this toolbox with Teddy’s name on it at a vintage shop a few years back and I immediately drove there and purchased it. It’s such a cool piece and again, I hope he’ll always keep this!

Boys Super Hero Bedroom // Fancy Ashley

Boys Super Hero Bedroom // Fancy Ashley

It was fun to work with Teddy and hear his ideas and watch both of our visions of this room come to life. He loves how it turned out and is so proud of it, which makes me SO happy.

Boys Super Hero Bedroom // Fancy Ashley

Boys Super Hero Bedroom // Fancy Ashley

Boys Super Hero Bedroom // Fancy Ashley

The Deets:

Similar Buffalo Check Duvet Cover

Buffalo Check Shams

Catalina Bed

Plaid/Super Hero Pillows-Made by me

Spiderman Lumbar Pillow

Star Pillow (Made by me from this pillowcase)

Star Sheets

Nightstands-Made by me. See the DIY post HERE

Bedside Lamps

Console Table

Reclaimed Wood Frames- Hobby Lobby

Red Baskets- Hobby Lobby

Vintage Super Hero Art- Hobby Lobby

Navy Blue Toy Bin

Marquee Lights- (Similar HERE, HERE & HERE)

Teepee

Red Stripe Paint Color- Valspar “Berry Rose”

*If I missed any sources, please feel free to ask the info in the comments!

I hope you enjoyed this peek into Teddy’s room!

I’ll be back next Tuesday with a peek into Reagan’s room!

Photos by: Jen Dillender Photography

13 Comments

  1. Holly wrote:

    this is great! You are right, it takes forever to get a house finished. can’t wait to see the rest.

    Posted 3.31.15
  2. maggie kosciolek wrote:

    LOVE it all! so creative and fun to see how you mixed and matched so many patterns and styles. can’t wait to see more of this series!

    Posted 3.31.15
  3. Elizabeth wrote:

    Ashley, This looks fantastic!! You did a great job of incorporating superhero. of course, I love the buffalo plaid. xo

    Posted 3.31.15
  4. Shannon wrote:

    What a terrific space! You really captured what he wanted, with a creative and unique spin.

    Posted 3.31.15
  5. Emily wrote:

    LOVE his room! You guys did a wonderful job combining the superhero theme, without making it look too “theme-y.” Sorry if I missed this in the details, but where did you get the wire basket next to nightstands? Thanks! Cannot wait to see the rest of your beautiful home!

    Posted 3.31.15
  6. Love this! You did such a good job of giving him his superhero room but still making it a grown up version that he can grow into!

    Posted 3.31.15
  7. Ashley H wrote:

    Teddy’s room turned out so well!! You did a great job with integrating the character theme without it looking too kid-ish. Can’t wait to see what you’ve done with Regans’s room and the rest of the house!

    Posted 3.31.15
  8. Nicole wrote:

    I love how easily you balanced the theme without the room looking “theme-y”. I have the same duvet for my son-my mom found it at the outlet for less than $20!!! Do you happen to have a link for the tartan fabric you used for the pillows? I’ve been looking for something similar and have only found polyester and flannel. Thank you!

    Posted 3.31.15
  9. Ashley wrote:

    I was curious about the red plaid pillows! I love them!!! You are not afraid of mixing patterns, and that is seriously a gift. I am an interior designer, and it is so hard for clients to see or picture pattern mixing!!!

    Posted 3.31.15
  10. Cami wrote:

    Ashley, it looks so great! Love his room! The toolbox may be my favorite part – what a treasure!

    Posted 3.31.15
  11. Anna wrote:

    Love this room! I know you said the buffalo check duvet was sold out or no longer available, but do you mind sharing what brand it is? Thank you!

    Posted 4.1.15
  12. liz wrote:

    Hey I love the paint- do you know what the white color is? and how big your stripes are spaced?

    Thanks you! love love love this room 🙂

    Posted 4.11.15

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