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lisa rubenstein - real rooms design
4 Reviews
Student desk
Ideabooks4,315
Questions7
Are these custom drapes? Any ideas how I can track down this fabric?
floor tile for this job and had a wallpaper installer glue up the tiles. Good luck!
Hi - thanks for your question. We used cork floor tiles and affixed them with the glue that comes with it. I had my wallpaper guy install these. Good luck! Lisa
The wall is covered with cork tiles. Great
That's right. We used cork floor tiles and I had my wallpaper hanger glue them on the wall. It's been great to see the young man who occupies the space use it for his own personal collection. Happy Decorating! Lisa
Can cork wall tile work for dart board?
Cork board wall for up down of posters and what not with ease, change constantly
Cork Wall! (used cork floor tiles and had wallpaper guy install); put all along wall where plans are posted...
“วิวดีจัง” — Move Move
Alexander Johnson Photography
2 Reviews
Upper East Side
Ideabooks3,527
Questions6
what are these carpet tile colors
can you tell me where these tiles are from and the names of the colors? I think this color combo is fantastic!
I also love the carpet color combo, but can't find everything on Flor.com. What are the tile names
Flor tiles, great for kids rooms and sustainable!
THESE FLOOR CARPET TILES WOULD BE GREAT TO NUSE AS A HEADBOARD!!
colorful carpet tiles and walls look like cozy cottage
Start with a patterned tile that draws you, then grab some solid color choices from it. This image is a great example of the endless mix-and-match arrangements you can make with carpet tiles.
Rug TilesIn addition to being bright and fun and providing endless opportunities for color and pattern combinations, Flor carpet tiles are easily installed (seriously, if I did it, anyone can), are relatively inexpensive and can be
“Carpet tiles” — dbartow
philigry
Son's room
Ideabooks4,463
Questions1
this wallpaper effect, adhere paper or fabric in a similar fashion. Apply a layer of decoupage glue to your wall, position the paper or fabric on the wall and firmly press down. Then add a second layer of the glue on top as a sealant top coat. This will ensure wearability over time, preventing frayed edges
“maps” — shannonackal
Cynthia Prizant - Prizant Design, LLC
6 Reviews
Children's bedroom - full of color
Ideabooks9,933
Questions5
at the hardware store (on a roll similar to a bolt of fabric). Rubber glue it on to a smooth backer board, Paint the bottom half of the board with chalkboard paint. Purchase and paint moulding for trim and attach with wood glue and finishing nails.
You climb up the other side and you slide down the other side
I like the slide so u don't have to come down the latter.
One thing I like about this photo is that it has a slide to get down!
A simple slide makes getting down from the top bunk a lot easier and more fun than using the ladder.Tell us: Do you want a slide at home? Do you already have one? Please share your idea!More: Inspiring ideas for indoor forts
A simple slide makes getting down from the top bunk a lot easier and
“baby墙面” — shirley1229
Michael Fullen Design Group
2 Reviews
Huntington Beach
Ideabooks5,501
Questions4
recommend their own wallpaper....they would, wouldn't they! We've always used Dynamic Pro Clear Adhesive from Home Depot, as with all wallpaper glues, try to keep any glue off the front of the paper, wipe carefully if you do. In Canada, we get Cole & Son wallpaper from ...
I'd love this going down stairs
“Prisha toys” — Rishi Sachdeva
Shoshana Gosselin
4 Reviews
Shoshana
Ideabooks7,979
Questions8
I am having such a hard time nailing down two pinks! I love the shades used in this room.
purchasing precut wooden letters at a craft store (they are readily available at stores such as Michael's or Hobby Lobby) painting them white, and then gluing them to a backing of scrapbook paper. Then simply frame them and hang them from ribbon.
precut wooden letters at a craft store (they are readily available at stores such as Michael's or Hobby Lobby) painting them white, and then gluing them to a backing of scrapbook paper. Then simply frame them and hang them from ribbon.
“Dark pink/light pink stripe” — maggiemichaels
Julie Ranee Photography
loft
Ideabooks5,419
Questions7
kitchen table? On the floor of the living room? In a small study nook? If you have more than one child, can your kids study in the same place? Sit down with each child and figure out a place that works for him or her.
A bonus of crafting with your kids is that you may find your own creativity sparked as well — it's not often we grown-ups get to sit down and play with glitter and glue!Set up your space: If you have a separate crafting or play room, wonderful! But if not, don't fret — there are many other ways to sneak
home-schooled. "I like that we have the loft now to store and organize our school supplies. It is nice to be able to 'leave' school upstairs while we go down and take a lunch break. When designing the house, we chose to use attic trusses, which allowed us to have an open loft as well as easily accessible
“Table” — jenplaza
Morgan Spenla
Floating Booshelves & Tree Wall Art
Ideabooks98,974
Questions20
corner for playtime, as in this cute nook. The colourful table and chairs are perfect for craft time, and help to keep scissors and glue confined to one area.
Scale downChoose child-size furniture for a short-on-space kid’s room. A small desk and chairs provide a place for drawing or making, and will
and chairs in their room. The table offers a place for playing, having a snack and even doing homework. It's the same dynamic as a family sitting down to have dinner together. As the kids get older, practicality may demand that the table be replaced by desks. But when they are little, consider adding
“상상력을 키워주는 공간” — jinwoo0414
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