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For their daughter's bedroom, the couple built a nook big enough for a twin bed that faces the back of the home and the stairwell entry.
For their daughter's bedroom, the couple built a nook big enough for a twin bed that faces the back of the home and the stairwell entry.Wall paint: Pistachio; trim paint: Autumn Gold, both by Benjamin Moore
Not only is this bedroom for the pre-teen girl of the family but it also has to serve as a place an adult would feel comfortable in while enjoying the vacation condo on the beach.
Ocean Escape Girls BedroomGarrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
that couldn't make good use of a tray. Try one on your bedside table, in the kitchen corralling the spices, in the bathroom for toiletries, in the entry for mail or on your coffee table for books and candles.Foolproof combo: Tray + books + small, medium and tall objects. Start with a small pile of books
A Ranch Re-dressing Hanover NHSmith & Vansant Architects PC
The other side of the entry hall housed a sunroom that has been transformed into a playroom for the boys. This castle loft play space is carpeted and has its own light, making it the ultimate fort. It also utilizes a thick zone in the form of these deep bookshelves down the side, which helps create a
NurseryKari McIntosh Design
get a glider chair,” says Kari. “But the truth is, they are really ugly, and you’ll never use it outside the nursery.”A old baker’s rack (seen in the entry) is outfitted with canvas boxes to hold office supplies and baby gear.
Dallas, TX: Tree HouseSarah Greenman
Entry hooks on back of door
Entry area. Slightly different look and color and decor.
Treehouse Entry-Luv elevated ledge to hold treasured toys & keepsakes
Crystal River Tree HouseGreen Line Architects
COOL TREE HOUSE ENTRY AND STAIRS
The outdoor playhouse couldn't be left out of the Christmas magic. In fact, the kids spent the night in this little magical place over Christmas break! We added simple fun and playful touches that we thought the kids would enjoy and that would grow with them over the years.
Holiday DecoratingLord Design