- 1 For Your Little Athletes
- 2 A Hockey-Inspired room will inspire your future NHLer
- 3 Celebrate Every Slap Shot in the Hockey-Stick Chair
- 4 A Dugout-Inspired Shelf
- 5 Ace Trophy Storage with a Tennis Racquet Shelf
- 6 Get a Basketball Net Table and Score
- 7 Sweet Shelves: Make an Ollie!
- 8 This Badminton Redo will Lighten Up Your Night
- 9 This headboard will inspire sweet dreams of homeruns
- 10 For extra storage, catch everything in old baseball gloves
- 11 This Desk will help you transform your homework goals into GOOOAAALLLLSSSSSSSSSS
For Your Little Athletes
You’ll want to get rid of all your gear from last year in order to make way for the new. But don’t toss it all. There are many options for used sports equipment. It’s easy to put it in a box, but why not reuse those broken tennis rackets and old baseball bats?
A Hockey-Inspired room will inspire your future NHLer
Hockey-stick headboards, jersey pillows, puck lamps? This is the hockey-themed-room hat trick. These icey upcycles will get your Gretzky ready to go for the season. Bloggers behind Bachman’s Holiday Ideas House have put all their hockey gear to good use. Now it’s your turn.
Celebrate Every Slap Shot in the Hockey-Stick Chair
Hockey players are always at risk from broken sticks. You shouldn’t toss them away, but you can reuse them. Although it takes some effort, the end result is worth it. This chair is also available from the Bachman’s Holiday Ideas house bloggers.
A Dugout-Inspired Shelf
Take 20 of the baseballs you have lying around your house, car, and yard, and put them to good use, like Amanda, Aromatic Delights blogger. To make this kid’s room-storage look amazing, all you need is some boards, hardware, a threaded rod, and some woodwork. Click here to download instructions for building a baseball shelf
Ace Trophy Storage with a Tennis Racquet Shelf
Broken tennis racquet? No problem. You can make your castoff racquet the perfect trophy holder with a few tweaks to the wood and strings.
Get a Basketball Net Table and Score
This table from IkeaHacks will give your point guard the perfect place to catch all their rebound. Attach a basket net to a spray-painted embroidery hoops. You’ll have a side table that is slam-dunk worthy if you hook the hoop to each leg.
Sweet Shelves: Make an Ollie!
You only need an old skateboard and some L-brackets in order to create the ideal place for your skater to relax. Jenna Burger Design blogger used mini decks. However, with the right hardware, you can hang a regular-sized skateboard.
This Badminton Redo will Lighten Up Your Night
You’ll have more birdies if your family enjoys badminton. You can grab a few to make this DIY shuttlecock lights garland, which Daria, a blogger from Kittenhood, made. You will need a few string lights and a sharp instrument to attach the shade. This will help you to live your stadium-light dreams.
This headboard will inspire sweet dreams of homeruns
You can make a bat headboard from the barrel of bats you have left over. Your rookie will never be able to strike out if you alternate the bats on a headboard made of wood, as the Bachman family did in Spring Ideas House.
For extra storage, catch everything in old baseball gloves
You can give your Golden Glove a place for trinkets and fly balls by attaching an old glove to the wall. Or, go for authenticity and attach them directly to fencing from your favorite sandlot.
This Desk will help you transform your homework goals into GOOOAAALLLLSSSSSSSSSS
This desk by XO In My Room is a favorite of ours. This desk is a fun, yet subtle, way to decorate the MVP’s room. It’s also easy to make. For a win, just paint the legs of the desk of your child.