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Visbeen Architects
3 Reviews
Bedroom
Ideabooks12,599
Questions8
type of chains are used? Weight load? Brand? Where to purchase?
I'm building a similar bed, but I will attach two sides using lag bolts, and only one end will need the chain. Where can I purchase the chains? What type (gauge...is that how chains are rated?) of chains are used?
Nathaniel likes the chains hanging the beds
Boys room, love the chain bunk beds
Platform bunkbeds and use rope instead of chains
“Cool beds” — Chris Smith
Hugh Lofting Timber Framing, Inc.
1 Review
Tree House
Ideabooks6,342
Questions2
Tree house, rope bridge, swings under.
bridge with rope rails - can we use this inside?
made with chain link, rope handrails and wood treads.. A stepped ladder is counterbalanced with steel beams anchored into the ground with concrete. An overhead log marks the entrance, welcoming guests brave enough to cross the bridge.Though the children will eventually outgrow the tree house, the intention
“Aiden's” — kld201
Jute Interior Design
7 Reviews
San Anselmo play room
Ideabooks36,493
Questions16
Skipping rope on wall for artwork
vintage jump rope for holding artwork/school work
jumping rope installed?
Jumping rope
“nice tent for kids” — dyuonstage
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Jennifer Reynolds - Jennifer Reynolds Interiors
10 Reviews
Baby Boys Nursery
Ideabooks21,468
Questions15
rope trim with nautical for boys
great use of rope molding
Curtains; rope trim
“Boys room*” — rannpires
The Consulting House Inc.
6 Reviews
High Rise Living
Ideabooks1,855
Questions6
Photo chain
picture rope, ceiling.
“Bed” — jendayai
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Summer Lake House
Ideabooks11,693
Questions10
channels, chains, ropes and weights would be eliminated. In addition, there would be less energy loss with fewer parts and adjoining spaces. It would also provide better ventilation on mild days. This seems like another excellent opportunity to resolve a number of issues while remaining true to the exterior
“Good use of space” — jeanjccurran
Seattle Staged to Sell LLC
58 Reviews
A Bellevue 70's Gem
Ideabooks243
Questions0
yellow rope
“Play set” — Daniel Antle
Alix Bragg Interior Design
4 Reviews
Home Farm 1
Ideabooks6,743
Questions6
antique rope beds like this, I like the window nook
“nice dormer bedroom” — lelandunion
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