124 tri fold mirror Kids Design Photos

Sweet William
my home
Ideabooks950
Questions1
tri fold mirror
“Vintage” — Melinda Barron
Grace Blu Designs, Inc.
18 Reviews
Children's Rooms & Nurseries
Ideabooks7,420
Questions8
Where did the fold out chair come from....store?
I want a fold out couch bed
Hi catherinegrace, It seems to be a custom-made fold out couch, as you can see better from this picture: http://www.houzz.com/photos/130582/Children-s-Rooms---Nurseries-eclectic-bedroom-los-angeles
This isn't a fold out - it appears to be a custom with a pair of matching ottomans
i tried the website but it wasnt there i dont know where else can it be
Choose your mattress. The mattress is what distinguishes one sleep sofa from another. Because it folds, it won’t be as solid as a conventional mattress. There are three basic types: Innerspring mattresses have coils inside; the more coils, the better
OMG does if fold into a couch? that I don't love
“Lane” — stanektracy
sugardesign
Teen Damask Theme Bedroom
Ideabooks53,379
Questions34
I need to know where you got: ~The curtains ~The Mirrors ~Any Wall decals ~ Lamps ~Chandelier ~Damask ~Night Stands ~accessories ~Bed Frame ~Bed spread ~ Pillows Thanks So Much!
This looks easy to fix your self. The mirrors are rectangular and the print above the bed is just an easy
i have a small, rectangular, green room. i was wondering which colour flooring to use because i have tried so many but it does not seem to work.
how did you add the mirrors are they framed or just glued on to the painted rectangles? My daughter loves this room! Also, did you use batting for the night stand drawers
do you no where i can bye the mirrors
Making the mirror wall art was pretty easy. I painted plywood and added trim and placed the mirrors. Ta-Da! The trim gave it a more expensive and finished look. We copied this room and found everything pretty
“Girl's room” — christinecupcake
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Kelly Donovan
My Home
Ideabooks16,715
Questions9
We found the mirror at a tag sale, painted it a chalky, light gray, and affixed a decal from Shanna Murray to the top.
Thanks! Trying to hold off until Christmas, but it's not easy once I get an idea in my head.
the mirror within child's height and the rocking boat that stores toys
The mirror at child height.... this is cute and functional
Veronika, nice colors, low mirror cute.
Mirror, hooks, light wall, bright carpet/floor
Don't let a small play nook hinder your child's creativity (or yours). Adding a mirror that's just right for your child's height and a tree branch to hang dress- up clothes will provide hours of imaginative play.
inspiring materials. Repurposing unusual materials, such as this branch, to display dress-ups will add a touch of pizzazz to the space. Also, notice the mirror placed low enough for children to admire their superhero or princess appearance.
“eye level mirror, soft yellow” — windingridge
Caroline Beaupere Design
3 Reviews
Ansonia Apartment NYC
Ideabooks2,351
Questions2
PAINT BACK OF BOOKCASES For an even bolder choice, try hot pink, persimmon
Idea of a fold out desk somehow? maybe we could do something to leave the boys more room when they are not needing the actual desk
For an even bolder choice, try hot pink, persimmon orange or bright red — these juicy hues would work well in a dining room, playroom, or small study. Crisp white in the rest of the
even bolder choice, try hot pink, persimmon orange or bright red — these juicy hues would work well in a dining room, playroom, or small study. Crisp white in the rest of the room keeps things simple, so the bold color doesn’t overwhelm the space.
For an even bolder choice, try hot pink, persimmon
“Buttery Yellow Walls” — crmalloy
Jeanette Lunde
Kids room
Ideabooks833
Questions0
fabric; cut with fabric scissors or pinking shears. Once you have a pile of triangles, fold the top of each one over a piece of twine and hot glue in place.
stock and use that to trace triangles onto the wrong side of your fabric; cut with fabric scissors or pinking shears. Once you have a pile of triangles, fold the top of each one over a piece of twine and hot glue in place.
stock and use that to trace triangles onto the wrong side of your fabric; cut with fabric scissors or pinking shears. Once you have a pile of triangles, fold the top of each one over a piece of twine and hot glue in place.
“Fox” — laurachilders
McCroskey Interiors
8 Reviews
McCroskey Interiors
Ideabooks16,678
Questions19
Can you tell me where the mirrors are from?
beautiful room, could you please tell me where the mirror is from? thanks
I picked up this particular mirror at an antique store so I do not have the Manufacturers name. Thanks!
I love the mirror, too! Where is it from?
The mirror was purchased through a local antique shop. The manufacturer is unknown. Thanks.
All of the items you have listed are from estate sales and flea markets. This particular client was on a tight budget so we tried to find things that were "budget friendly". Thanks!
finding an upholster to do the work. Cornices/crowns should not be that expensive, it is the material/draperies that hang down that can get pricey. Try researching cornices/crowns online until you get the look you want. Type in "bed crowns or bed cornices" on google and hit "images" at the top of your
“valance behind the headboard” — heatherlaufer
Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B
12 Reviews
Colorful Girl's Bedroom
Ideabooks3,254
Questions4
This was purchased by the client, so I am not completely sure. Try looking at Pottery Barn, Restoration Hardware or Crate & Barrel.
Fold down desk with hutch
barn fold down desk...Folding desk...Fold up desk...Fold out desk...Fold out
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