Blue bedroom for your favorite bat boy |

Three things are ruling in this dugout: baseball, blue and stripes. All of which are perfect for a baseball room, actually.

We’ve got several hues of blue going on here – dark navy, medium denims and light sky blues. You could work this same room with a different color that works in the various hues as well. (That rules out red, unfortunately, unless your boy likes pink!)

For the bedding here, I was looking for something with stripes that included a touch of blue. I didn’t want too much blue since it would be going on a blue bed, but that’s a matter of my taste. The rug repeats the stripes, but I wanted something without a overwhelming pattern since it is meant to add color, not be a focal point. The wall decor can be whatever combination of baseball items you want. Great opportunity to do a trophy and medal display, a shadow box with a uniform, glove hanger – whatever your child has used to play with.

Paint colors: YOLO Colorhouse in Air (light stripe) and Sprout (darker stripe), from Home Depot

  1. Dark Blue Wooden Plank Bunk Bed
  2. Maxwell Bedding
  3. Chevron Chest
  4. Kids Club Chair & Ottoman Set
  5. Karastan Cabo Del Sol Harbor Blue Rug
  6. Personalized Dugout Sign
  7. “A” Baseball Alphabet Letter Name Wall Sticker
  8. Baseball Shelf- Large 25? Round Wood Sports Shelf
  9. Baseball Decor – Personalized 4 Hook Hanger
  10. IMAX Slugger Baseball Bat Wall Decor
  11. Lazy Susan Set of Two Navy Nautical Steamer Trunks
  12. New Haven Jounal-Courier Baseball Souvenir Playbill Vintage Poster Print
  13. Lou Gehrig Legends of the Game Baseball Sports Retro Vintage Tin Sign
  14. Collapsible Wire Basket

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