An Apartment with a View in San Francisco transitional-kids
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An Apartment with a View in San Francisco Transitional Kids, San Francisco

Photo: Nanette Wong © 2014 Houzz
Inspiration for a transitional kids' room remodel in San Francisco — Houzz

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Talulah Ratcliffe wrote:
OMG! Where is the bunk bed from! Loving it! - Other people have said it's at ikea??? But, I've checked and nothing of the sorts... HELP
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Not discontinued at all! It's the KURA reversible bed:

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Where did you get the duvet cover and pillowcase?

Jeanie Nelson wrote:
Who is the artist for the framed prints? - I visisted the given websites, and, but neither site still carries the prints shown. Do you know who the actual artist is? Thanks! Lovely room.
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Nanette Wong
Hi there, I would ask the homeowner at her website here: Thanks!
mozaic821 wrote:
What is the paint color of walls? - What is the paint color of walls?
carolhaddad1 wrote:
Pale Blue Chair - Hi there Can you please tell me where I can purchase the same pale blue chair, it'll be perfect for my son's nursery.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Nanette Wong added this to My Houzz: Breezy Beauty in 750 Square Feet
The apartment has only two bedrooms, so when the couple’s second daughter was born, one of the biggest design challenges was transitioning the space to accommodate the two sisters comfortably. Their bedroom has morphed from a nursery to a toddler’s room, and is now a nursery and a toddler’s room. Once the younger daughter grew out of her crib, they added a bunk bed. Bunk bed: Kura, Ikea; stool: Mammut, Ikea; Lucite table: Peekaboo Clear Coffee Table, CB2; framed prints: Baba Souk and Tantrum SF
Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Reasons to Be Happy You’re a Renter
6. Upsize more easily when your family grows. Buying a small starter home may seem like a good idea … until a child (or two or more) comes along, and you realize you really need more space. If you rent, moving to a bigger place is a relatively simple endeavor. If you own your home and want to sell your old house and buy a new one at the same time, things get more complicated (and more expensive), especially if you end up carrying two mortgages at once.

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Amanda Wood added this to boys rooms
paint colours, bed, storage and art

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