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Example of a trendy gender-neutral kids' bedroom design in Miami with multicolored walls

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Example of a trendy gender-neutral kids' bedroom design in Miami with multicolored walls —  Houzz

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dfhkp wrote:Feb 25, 2010
jacksash wrote:Jun 30, 2011
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    The Shabby Nest
    Benjamin Moore's Hibiscus is similar to the Orange, BM's Deep Cowslip 6 is similar to the yellow, and BM's Night Shift is similar to the dark blue.
  • vkodesigns
    where did you purchase the kids table and stools?
mkbell19 wrote:Jul 8, 2011
    judybrownhhi wrote:Jul 29, 2011
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      DeCocco Design
      When figuring out a question like this, I try to find a point of reference to use. In this picture, the wide strips look about the same height as the pillow cases! I'm going to guess that the wide stripes are approximately 16" and the small stripe 8." Stripes are easy and fun to do in a bedroom.
    • Soha Faour
      I used the room's door as a reference for my measurements. Measuring from top of the door down 16" = orange stripe; measuring from top of the baseboard up 18" = yellow stripe; 2" space = white; 6" blue.
    lynncnez wrote:Aug 30, 2011
      Alex Brooking wrote:Mar 12, 2012
      Where can you find that lamp?

      Tisha Prater wrote:May 30, 2012
      Where is the bedding from?

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        Sightline Art Consulting
        I'm also interested in the bedding. It's fun but sophisticated! Please share source, thank you!
      • Adelina Priddis
        I don't know for sure..but the bedding looks like Ikea to me.
      aishalc wrote:Jul 15, 2012
      Where can I find the bunkbed

        catnap27 wrote:Oct 18, 2012
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          The Shabby Nest
          I suggest using a laser level to make sure that you get the stripes level, and then use painters' tape with edgelock or similar. But realize, that you will still likely have to touch up the stripes in spots. Even really good painter's tape doesn't prevent paint leaking underneath 100%. Or alternately, you can paint over the painter's tape with the basecoat color first to seal it before you paint the stripe color.
        Kite Interior Design wrote:Jul 4, 2013
          lsims0605 wrote:Jul 18, 2013
          Where is the table and stools from?

            Sabrina Coquemont wrote:Jul 24, 2013
              mellurie wrote:Dec 26, 2013
                candyg89 wrote:Mar 16, 2014
                Is the paint gloss or flat

                  desktop2 wrote:May 28, 2014
                  What the name of the orange paint

                  - What is the name of the orange paint

                    Michele Connors wrote:Aug 2, 2014
                      marakennedy wrote:Sep 4, 2014
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