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Druid Hills Renovation New Children's Bedroom in Attic
It's one room broken into two sections of a side
AFTER: "An attic design is always an exercise in space maximization," Soorikian says. "I had to really play with the plan and section to make sure we were getting the most out of the space at hand. Every nook and cranny is used."
Poss Architecture + Planning + Interior Design
Downtown Aspen Residence
kid section for basement. love the color and shelving
Separate zones are easy to achieve with shelves as room dividers. Paint is also a handy tool – this playroom has made use of sunny yellow in one section and blackboard paint in another, which makes the room more interesting.
Thompson Custom Homes
beach for me and makes me feel instantly relaxed. Tell us: Soft or bold? How have you used blue in your bedroom? Please post a photo in the Comments section below and share.More: More guides to using blue in your interior design
Leading Loudon Art Studio
Studio Artistica creates fine paintings, decorative artistry, custom mirrors and sophisticated architectural coatings for residential, hospitality and commercial environments.
Kid's Playhouse Remodel
outside.See more of this remodelled playhouseSHOW USDo you have an ultra-cool sleepover space that rivals these rooms? Share your photos in the comments section below.
Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B
Purple Teen Girl's Bedroom
different story in my studio. More: How to Turn Your Closet Into an Office A Room of Your Own Browse: Find worktables and desks in the Products section
Schrader & Companies
Kid's Study off of Living Room
similarly or decorate them to suit each child’s individual taste.TELL USWhat tactics have you used in a shared bedroom? Share your secrets in the Comments section below.
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
and personalize their space.For siblings who were used to having their own rooms, suddenly having to share can be a shock. Try hanging curtains to section off bunk beds, and set up a small desk or reading nook for each child.