If not built in bunks...like the bead board and ledge...
featured in the window, one still notices the striking Arts and Crafts–style trim.In my home we honor the Arts and Crafts aesthetic. What's your preference? Let us know in the Comments section.More:So Your Style Is: Arts and CraftsHouzz Tour: Leah and Kris' 1922 Arts and Crafts Renovation
putting in a internal ladder and used the single bed as the top bunk and the underbed as a trunk bed with a middle play area. Added wooden handles. wooden shelving painted Red to match internal play area. Accessorised with fur cushioning and also bought Ikea step stool, painted Red to access ladders
bunk bed in this kids' room. Storage, pendant lamps: Ikea
concept in that exact area however there was an existing floor grill underneath. As a problem solving method we re-routed the vent to direct air out of the stairs/shelf unit rather than from the floor.
it is built properly using 3/4" material, it should work.
Light in a white powder coat finish. You can learn more about the fixture here:
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room for built in bed and another bed in guest rm?
Love the window treatments and the colors in the room
built into wall with stairs that widen as they come down
wall in this child's room. "We really considered the fact that they'll grow up fast," says Mellett. "The wallpapers are fascinating to them now, but as they grow older they'll become more like art. We used all sorts of different patterns to make the design timeless." Bunk beds: Custom by Casa KidsDrawer
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