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Lindsay Rector
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We had an idea of turning a vintage dresser (the exact length of a twin mattress) into a fun bed for our toddler. Decorated with vintage records above his bed, his room is now complete with an old bookcase/mail sorter turned kiddo storage. With a nice reading nook and added storage without sacrificing space, we found the perfect toddler room for our little guy.
“toddler room” — gialisa27
Lindsay Rector
Ladybird & Fellow
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We had an idea of turning a vintage dresser (the exact length of a twin mattress) into a fun bed for our toddler. Decorated with vintage records above his bed, his room is now complete with an old bookcase/mail sorter turned kiddo storage. With a nice reading nook and added storage without sacrificing space, we found the perfect toddler room for our little guy.
“boy colors” — ncraig0
Lindsay Rector
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We had an idea of turning a vintage dresser (the exact length of a twin mattress) into a fun bed for our toddler. Decorated with vintage records above his bed, his room is now complete with an old bookcase/mail sorter turned kiddo storage. With a nice reading nook and added storage without sacrificing space, we found the perfect toddler room for our little guy.
“Green dresser with blue change pad for boys room.” — macleanphotography
Lindsay Rector
Ladybird & Fellow
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We had an idea of turning a vintage dresser (the exact length of a twin mattress) into a fun bed for our toddler. Decorated with vintage records above his bed, his room is now complete with an old bookcase/mail sorter turned kiddo storage. With a nice reading nook and added storage without sacrificing space, we found the perfect toddler room for our little guy.
“car storage” — kpinnell10
Lindsay Rector
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We wanted something simple, organic, and inexpensive to fill a big space about our mantel...and this is what we've come up with. With a cost of under $100 we think it makes a great impact and sets a tone for the rest of our home.
“Incorporating nature into living space” — Isabel Poppy
Lindsay Rector
Ladybird & Fellow
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We wanted something simple, organic, and inexpensive to fill a big space about our mantel...and this is what we've come up with. With a cost of under $100 we think it makes a great impact and sets a tone for the rest of our home.
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