478 attaching to granite Kids Design Photos

S Connors
Kids Art Studio
Ideabooks100K
Questions21
How did you attach the rails to the pegboard?
I love this idea but can't figure out how you attached the rails. Thanks!
What did you use to attach the rails to the pegboard?
I have the pegboard up and have purchased all of the materials. Now I am stumped as to how to attache the rails to
The best way to attach the railing is to use small bolts and screws, place them in the holes of the railing and twist the bolt tight on back of the pegboard.
You need to attach the bars before you hang the pegboard.
The basket on the right looks to be the same width as the "spice rack," but deeper. also, the spice rack looks like it is attached to the pegboard, not by hanging on a rod, like the others but by what looks like two pronged bar "pegs" that are wrapped around the handle on each side
“Peg board wall for Maddy's art supplies” — lpausch
BARRETT STUDIO architects
4 Reviews
Basement Redux
Ideabooks12,019
Questions6
This is actually chalkboard paint on a metal (magnetic) panel. The sheet metal is affixed to the wall, and the custom "frame" hides the attachment. The panel to the right is simply the metal sheet & frame, with no chalkboard paint. Here is a link to a similar "DIY" project made with items you
This is actually chalkboard paint on a metal (magnetic) panel. The sheet metal is affixed to the wall, and the custom "frame" hides the attachment. The panel to the right is simply the metal sheet & frame, with no chalkboard paint. Here is a link to a similar "DIY" project made with items
This is actually chalkboard paint on a metal (magnetic) panel. The sheet metal is affixed to the wall, and the custom "frame" hides the attachment. The panel to the right is simply the metal sheet & frame, with no chalkboard paint. Here is a link to a similar "DIY" project made with items you
“playroom” — Jessica Tyree_Skinner
Kenneth Brown Design
3 Reviews
Bold Bedroom
Ideabooks2,003
Questions5
probably attached with a bunch of narrow french cleats.
we made the headboard 6 feet tall, but note that it is actually attached to the wall above the mattress height. it is not attached to the bed
“The canopy and headboard.” — phoebee1
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S Connors
Kids Art Studio
Ideabooks88,849
Questions19
how did you attach the pegboard to the wall?
Pegboard is usually attached to something before they are attached to the walls (like 2x4s maybe?) There needs to be space behind it to it the metal pegs in.
“desk” — jenobel
McCroskey Interiors
8 Reviews
McCroskey Interiors
Ideabooks16,688
Questions19
Can someone please explain how the drapes are hung behind the cornice?? Are curtain rods used? Are the drapes attached to the cornice itself. I don't understand how the drapes come up the sides of the cornice as well as lay flat on the wall itself
coronet's straight edge side (the flat side that will be up against the wall), equi-distant apart, and also attached to the wall. You can use ready-made drapery if needed for this, simply attach the drapes as mentioned and then determine the height by positioning the coronet up the wall so that the drapes
“canopies...” — lrbdreams
Shoshana Gosselin
4 Reviews
Designs by Shoshana
Ideabooks5,455
Questions6
Lights attached to sides of bookcases
lights attached to side of book cases
“Todo” — jimejia
Cottage Home, Inc.
2 Reviews
LakeBridge Seven
Ideabooks10,553
Questions7
this room is Benjamin Moore: Aqua Marina (816) in the Classic Colors. It's fun and cheery, but not overwhelming. We carried this color into the attached wash room, so you can see the color in there as well for the full spectrum. Best wishes with your projects!
custom designed and built for these bunks, which were also custom built by Cottage Home. We also worked in this media area. This room also has an attached bathroom with two shower stalls, a seperate toilet area, and a 3-sink vanity. I'm sorry these bunks can't be purchased, but I hope you can find something
“boys bunkroom” — Lindsey Futo
Lucy and Company
62 Reviews
Girl's Room
Ideabooks13,078
Questions11
I'm looking to replicate this photo (see attached) but use the wallpaper w a simple headboard instead of paint. The space would be approx 7ft w x 8ft h, times 2 (twin girls) can you provide me the
provide me w the cost of the wall paper? I would need to do 2 areas, each approximately 7ft wide x 8ft High. I'm thinking of doing this look (see attached) but w wall paper and a simple headboard for my twin girl's room.
“window treatment” — central71
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