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Example of a transitional playroom design in Minneapolis

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batterbee wrote:Sep 22, 2012
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    Wind and Willow Home
    Sorry Jennifer, they don't list specific products on HomeGoods since their stock changes so quickly :( They did come with fabric flower liners maybe that could help.
  • Jennifer Fontaine
    ok, i figured as much! thanks so much for the quick reply!
simmonsb53 wrote:Oct 22, 2012
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    Wind and Willow Home
    The chalk usually stays near the wall in containers and some of the dust falls to the floor but it is easy to vacuum or even wipe up with a wet cloth.
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    Dezign With a Z
    What a great project, we love the fact that the pieces used were affordable and easy to find (Ikea, Home goods, Home depot ...) !
    As for the chalkboard wall, the look can definitely be achieved by hiring a contractor and using chalkboard paint. We do, however, carry a removable and reusable alternative called chalkboard decals which is peel and stick. Very user friendly!

joannie74 wrote:Jan 17, 2014
  • desy_prasetya
    if you're still interested, we have similar item (both the black console and baskets), we also do custom furniture.
    you can take a look at our galery www.wisanka.com or contact me for further informations by email adminpro@indoor-teak.com
    i'd be happy to assist you choosing the best furniture for you.

    Best Regards,
    Upik Desy
  • akronz
    Do you remember the name of the console? Ikea may not carry it anymore...
Madre Tristan wrote:Apr 15, 2015
lucia500 wrote:Mar 22, 2016
alisonlove wrote:Dec 27, 2015
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    Wind and Willow Home

    Hi Alison, this unit is no longer available at Ikea. The baskets were from HomeGoods.

Sarah Salts wrote:Feb 26, 2015
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    Wind and Willow Home

    It is no longer available at ikea but they may have other sizes.

htjg wrote:Jul 21, 2013
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    Wind and Willow Home
    The bins are from Target. I am not sure if they still have them.
nikoletta T. wrote:Sep 26, 2012
  • amberkey
    The rug is from Ikea. We bought one :)
Sarah Salts wrote:Feb 26, 2015
    Lil wrote:Jan 19, 2015
      mpsoinos wrote:Apr 2, 2013

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        Erin Carlyle added this to Data Watch: Nature Themes and Blue Are Favorites in Kids’ RoomsAug 22, 2017

        Let’s get some relief! While decor matters to respondents, functionality is also a priority in the children’s rooms. Seventy-one percent said they want to create a space that is easy to clean/maintain, 64 percent want a functional setup, and 47 percent prioritize using durable materials. Only 1 in 5 respondents prioritize using nontoxic products. Popular storage solutions include bookshelves and toy boxes. The survey was fielded in July 2017 and includes responses from more than 200 U.S. Houzz users. Read more about the results.MoreData Watch: Renovation Firms Have Backlogs, Houzz Research ShowsData Watch: Optimism Remains High Across Home Renovation SectorsShop for children’s products

        Susan Redman added this to 10 Hug-Worthy Ideas for Kids’ BedroomsOct 16, 2015

        7. Create clever toy storage. This low and practical shelving unit has plenty of baskets in easy reach for busy toddlers, to encourage them to tidy up their toys after play. The natural woven baskets are soft on little hands, and their nubby weave makes them easy to grab and throw toys into. The unit is not bright or “fun,” but let’s face it, not every element in a child’s room has to be colorful for it to get a thumbs-up from the kids.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        Elicia Wallach added this to Elicia's ideasMar 9, 2019

        Chalk wall. Hide on inside wall in play room

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