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Amory Brown
Richmond, 1930's refurbishment
Create a calming sleep spaceGreen is famously restful, so what better shade to use on the walls of a child’s bedroom. The beauty of green, too, is that it’s gender neutral and works equally well in a girl’s or boy’s room. Just add in another colour
around the bedStorage designed specifically for the space will make use of every nook and cranny and allow you to tailor it to your child’s needs. This wall of built-in units cleverly wraps around the bed, utilising dead space up by the ceiling. It has cupboards above, a wardrobe on one side and open shelves
“باکس” — gggh
Design Brouelette
1 Review
Auburn childrens room
What paint color is on the walls?
Shelving across wall... Two layers
wall art...wall decor...Wall Color
“sunporch= solid pull out drawer for storage” — Marlene Wingate
Crisp Architects
45 Reviews
Artist Home
Can anyone tell me what this wall color is? Thank you.
Window bench bookcase partial wall
Wall Color...Wall color...book wall
“Book top” — edr688
Ejay Interiors
8 Reviews
Golden Colorado
Painting bookshelf so it blends into wall
Wall storage! Need two or so for new house
Book shelf and wall color
What is the wall color?
colour as wall...
“hanging puffy flowers” — jillleann
Children room
What is the color of the paint on the walls?
What's the wall color?
One wall color: purple
Wall Color
“For Manon” — rphillips
Polhemus Savery DaSilva
9 Reviews
House on Harpers Island
high standing bunk B S wall
Give him a big bulletin board or wall
do this with twin along wall and double out into room?
cork board wall...yellow painted wall
“kid's colors” — syharrison
indi interiors
4 Reviews
Transitional Westchester Cottage
J on the wall. Perhaps design a canvas with stripes and a colored letter for the kids on it
initial on wall...letter on the wall...white walls...Wall Color
“floor” — junili
Beinfield Architecture PC
2 Reviews
House in Darien
white walls/beams(sprayed white) color for floors and textiles
Balance brights and whites. You want the space to feel fresh and vibrant, not claustrophobic. “Save color and patterns for the floor or walls, and keep your ceiling light and bright,” says designer Laura Umansky. “Since the ceiling is often low in attics, leaving them white helps to make the space feel
“floor” — naptowner
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