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Monday, October 25, 2010

Rustic Texas Boy's Room-Abilene Texas

I told you I couldn't wait to share what MFE and Jack did with their back bedroom. It is such a fun room.

The centerpiece of the room is this cute bedside table Jack built with old boots and reclaimed barn wood, from a barn that fell down on the family homestead property.

Above the table hangs his official brand for his ranch. He used reclaimed wood again, and various hooks from his junk pile.

MFE made this fun quilt and bedding from old blue jeans and buttons

This is one of my favorite projects and could be adapted for any decor. Jack made a shadowbox from reclaimed wood and used an old nail to hang an old well pulley.

And this is such a fun mirror Jack made, those are even real bullets tucked into that rope up there at the top. This is Texas after all.
Jack, MFE and Mr R are in the reflection there.

This is such a fun room for the Grandsons to stay in when they visit. I hope you enjoyed this little taste of Texas Reclaimed Ranch Decor.


shannon i olson said...

great room and great ideas!!!

red.neck chic said...

you know I want that table... LOLOL

SO fun!!!

;-D robelyn

Gracie's Cottage said...

Oh that table...too much fun!
What a great room.


Sarah @ Modern Country Style said...

I love that table!! I had to stare at it to try and work out where the body was!!!

I'm SO impressed with the quit. I've been quilting today and I find it SO hard to get it all lined up liek that.



Vintage Linen Treasures said...

Oh! What fun room!! I love that cute table with the cowboy legs. I have a branding iron and haven't figured out quite how to display it. Now I know! Thank!!
Patricia :o)

Nancy @ Ella Elaine said...

Hey, I grew up in Abilene and still have family there. We will have to talk next time I see ya. Love the very West Texas decor!

Sueann said...

What a fun room! Love the brand!!

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sgustafson said...

I saw at a flea market something similiar, but with a state of Texas outline as the tabletop.

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