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Teamson Design Corp
designs for kitsch and vintage furniture. It falls neatly into the ‘homemade’ movement and seamlessly meets both child and adult tastes. The quality wood we use is strong and substantial, yet lightweight and portable. All pieces are carefully hand-painted and carved for a unique and striking ‘crackle’ finish
“oh how cute!” — topsail1
Clever Home Design LLC
3 Reviews
Kids Rooms
The tree was custom made by artist from our team. You can find similar on Etsy.com: search for AnitaRoll. We used black Con-Tact brand creative covering self-adhesive shelf liner from Amazon. This paper leaves no residue on a wall and can be re-adjusted multiple times. The cats are metal sculptures
“Wall decal” — michelenoel
We designed this bed for a six year old girl. All the steps open as drawers where she can keep her favourite things.
“Curtains for private space” — Kestutis Gailius
LMR Designs, LLC
17 Reviews
Lake Zurich Girl's Bedrooms-2 Sisters
homework or creating and a vanity to play dress up. A crystal chandelier and mirrored night stand to add glamour. Accessories are an eclectic mix of things I brought in mixed with the girl's own art creations. Additional pillows reflect their heritage. Linda Navara
This was a bunk bed that we split apart to use for the two sisters separate bedrooms. Check out Pottery Barn.
“Bunny” — Vicki Farri
Kari McIntosh Design
4 Reviews
someday,” she says.She employed the same look-ahead philosophy for everything in the room. “We don’t know if this is our home for the long haul, but it could be for the next several years,” she says. “I chose things I thought could be used again or adapted as he grows.”Shirley Fintz Table Lamp: West Elm;
“lamp” — dstislicki
alison giese Interiors
5 Reviews
Oliver's Nursery
Hi @abyrd2011 - The dresser is from Ikea - although I'm not sure which line. The client had purchased it prior to our work on this nursery. We changed out the standard Ikea knobs, though, for something a bit more custom.
14. Soft lightingWhen you’re changing nappies or feeding baby in the middle of the night, the last thing you feel like doing is flicking on a bright overhead light. Minimise the disruption to both of you with a softly lit lamp. Your baby will soon be drifting back to sleep until morning.
“Dresser” — ciaraloran
Nina Jizhar
3 Reviews
Modern Whimsy Toddler Bedroom
love mirror--where can I find this for my daughter
Love the mirror for any room
little princess that loves pink. I think she'll love the hot pink mirror frame
Love the pic mirror great girl statement1
love the accent mirror
Love the painted mirror
Love the pink frame!
would love the pink mirror
Mirror - love the paint.
Love the mirror...Love pink mirror...love mirror
“Wall color” — lathasoorya
Traditional Kids
Love the color of the clue paint with the pink curtains
Love the chair and the lammie
Great for my daughters room love the colors
Love the blue and pink together
Love the pink and blue
Love powder blue and pink
Love the colors....Love the chair...Love shabby chic
“color” — juliashasha0710
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