execute operation "this-kid-needs-his-own-bed"

this is what i found when i went to climb in my bed last night:
-The Mister wrapped up in ALL of our covers
-Mister Junior lying horizontal across the top of the bed. feets on The Mister's belly.

this is what i did:
snuck my red plaid blanket out from under the mister and tip-toed to the couch.

i've been collecting my favorite images from some of my daily internet visits. inspiration to get lucas's room done. i've got quite a little gathering in my file folder marked "operation this-kid-needs-his-own bed." i had decided to break down this overwhelming house decor chore into rooms. and his will be the first. i can't believe this has become a chore. for years i have waited and waited for my own little box of a house to paint and fancy up. now that it's here the huge-ness of the project has caused the whole thing to come to a grinding halt. ending today. today, i will buy paint. today we will buy lumber. today this adventure begins.

i've weeded through the images and come up with this little bundle of inspiration:
1. rocket kids fabric (for quilt squares/a pillow?/toy bags)
2. huuuuuge metal alphabet
3. a fun lamp or two. this inspiration comes from ABC carpet and home
4. i love the idea of a map for wallpaper. this room screams adventure.
5. mister lucas jude himself. the bob dylan tee helps, too.
6. i love oscar's room. the paint color is perfect.
7. babar poster
8. oscar's room, again. i've seen quite a few of these bookshelves around. children's book's alone are works of art and this is a great way to display some of our favorites.
9. i love, love, love the idea of this eames rocker. and the chalk board dots are pretty smart, too.
10. oscar again. this is one lucky kid.
11. i have a small obsession with antique globes right now. if you happen to come across one in real life... snatch it up for me. i love the old school chalk board here. and the vintage desk.
12. the kip bed. i've been drooling over this since luc was just a bean in my belly. andrey is going to attempt to build a knock off for us.
13. i love the idea of these wool felt pouches by jennifer gibbs
14. i hate that i didn't save the link for this photo. a great collection of classic books and toys on display
15. what little boy doesn't wish for a chicken door stop?
16. the great wall of classic board games. think of this and me while you're out thrifting...

it's a bit of a mish-mosh of styles. but i love it. i love the colors and the imagination it all sparks. i think "boy" will love it, too.

any other good ideas?