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Before, the boys' beds were dangerously lofted with chains. Thanks to Chip's expertise, the boys have safe, sturdy beds. Better yet, they all come with individual storage areas!

When the boys want to relax or have friends over, all they have to do is open up their new entertainment cabinet—hidden behind the ladder of the beds. Now, their DVDs and video games are neatly tucked away and easy to access.

But before they invite any frat brothers over, the boys have to give three VIP visitors a private tour of their room—their moms. "This is not the same room," Kathy says. The first stop on the tour? Their brand new trash cans.

"It is organized. It's a new concept for us," Kevin says. "I'm so ashamed of what we were, and now I want to show this to everybody."

In this room: white Aneboda bed frames, IKEA; duvet and comforter, IKEA; navy flannel bed linen, Bed Bath & Beyond; bed throws and pillows, Target; Pax wardrobe frames, IKEA; battery operated tap lights, Lowe's; Pandan mocha boxes, The Container Store; white Stockholm DVD box, The Container Store; white Stockholm magazine file, The Container Store; wastebasket, IKEA; Lack wall shelves, IKEA; Stockholm Rand floor rug, IKEA; wall paint – Valspar Fired Earth #6011-1, Lowe's; cabinet paint – Valspar Caramel Honey #3033-3B, Lowe's

Also used in this makeover: Elfa white mesh two-drawer unit, The Container Store; 25 CD punctuate box, The Container Store; mesh flatware tray, The Container Store; white Stockholm CD box; white double stowaway box, The Container Store; mirror, IKEA

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FROM: Oprah's Clean Up Your Messy House Tour: Atlanta
Published on April 13, 2009

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