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Carla Aston | Interior Designer
11 Reviews
Showhouse Bedroom for Teen Girl
Ideabooks64,074
Questions37
the general flow of your space. This custom L-shape headboard keeps seating flexible and has a very sophisticated appeal.
Tucking the bed into a corner creates the sense of a big couch to sprawl on while leaving room for extra seating. "I wanted to create a cool transition for a teenager who wanted
Extra bedroom?
“Corner head board” — Brenda Holden
Cristi Holcombe Interiors, LLC
2 Reviews
Alphabet Teen Boy
Ideabooks24,673
Questions17
Two poufs work together like a bench at the foot of this room and can be easily moved around when an extra seat is needed.
several sources such as Homegoods and put them all together to compose a typographical wall. Side Note: She also constructed that headboard from some extra furniture packing material! It's a pallet.
“Maddox's room” — laeason
Philpotts Interiors
1 Review
Growing Up Stylish
Ideabooks6,830
Questions6
and it also can serve as a lower table with a magazine rack, or as a laptop tray. The bench is multifunctional as well — it rolls, it provides extra seating, and has storage underneath. This designer also has saved space by tucking the bed into a nook with shelves at either end, and by adding loft and
“go bold in the office?” — ubrown
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Leading Loudon Art Studio
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NURIT GEFFEN-BATIM STUDIO
5 Reviews
Gaya's room
Ideabooks8,178
Questions5
I like the shallow drawers too for under window seat.
Note higher window seat with flat drawers below--could store stencils or medium sized artwork
I like the window seating area
sweet! feminine desk, shelf and window seat
I love the chair and the window seat.
productive work may come from sitting at a discreet table tucked into a free corner. Add a simple chair (and maybe even one that can double for extra company seating) and keep a bureau of materials and supplies nearby.
“built-in” — divaline
Amanda Miller Design Studio
300 S. Block of Elmwood
Ideabooks16
Questions0
storage cabinets below, FLOR tile used for area rug, contrasting stripe, bulletin board for art work display, arts and craft area, fatboys for extra seating, flexible space, pendant lighting over sink, recessed lighting -Paul Goyette Photography
fatboys for extra seating
“Workout bet yo yoga space” — llenrocl
Room & Board
4 Reviews
Bower Loft Bedroom by R&B
Ideabooks47
Questions0
a cocktail table, extra seating, or a comfy spot to
“orange” — vicrwoman
Sarah Gunn, Interior Stylist
Pretty Tween Bedroom
Ideabooks2,014
Questions4
A wood-framed bulletin board covered in pretty fabric provides a spot to keep inspiration and notices, and a storage bench provides an extra seat when friends come to visit. Budget-friendly ideas: 1. Covering inexpensive white roller shades with pretty fabric costs far less than custom shades
ail Photo A wood-framed bulletin board covered in pretty fabric provides a spot to keep inspiration and notices, and a storage bench provides an extra seat when friends come to visit. Budget-friendly ideas: ◦Covering inexpensive white roller shades with pretty fabric costs far less than custom shades
Fabric covered shades, cushioned seat with baskets unde
Use entry way bench for kid's room seating. Craft store letters covered in fun yarn.
“yasmeens room?” — zeinagdaher
Jen Talbot Design
1 Review
Jen Talbot Studio
Ideabooks408
Questions0
For extra seating, a vintage foot stool was transformed into a mommy raccoon and a pouch on her belly for the baby raccoon.
The designer-artist upcycled a vintage footstool into a mommy raccoon for extra seating. "I truly believe great ideas don't need to break the bank. It’s all about approaching a project with
The designer-artist upcycled a vintage footstool into a mommy raccoon for extra seating.
The designer-artist upcycled a vintage footstool into a mommy raccoon for extra seating. "I truly believe great ideas don't need to break the bank. It’s all about approaching a project with creative solutions," says Talbot. "I love the process of collaborating with a client and thinking really big —
“RR” — mareeb22
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