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Julie Ranee Photography
Example of a cottage kids' room design in Columbus with white walls — Houzz

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acwink wrote:
Where can you find these wonderful maps?
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Do your maps roll up? I'm thinking of a similar idea to hide the TV in the kids room...
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Julie Ranee Photography
Yes. They roll up. Like your idea!!
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meg422 wrote:
Where is the hammock from? - I love it!
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Leah Rixmann
Julie, we have a hammock we bought in Mexico 15 years ago! Never have set it up. hmm....
And I was just thinking last month that I really wanted a roller map for my schoolroom! Love it!!
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Julie Ranee Photography
Hi Leah!!! I love our map. Sets the tone for the entire space. And it's high time you set up that hammock! :)
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Penny Williams wrote:
Where can I purchase those striped curtains?
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Julie Ranee Photography
The curtain fabric was purchased at a garage sale. Sorry I can't help you more.
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Very similar curtains at
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hsum wrote:
Love your white settee. Is it leather and where can I find it?
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Lisa Caine
I just saw a nearly identical one on It has a ton of great reviews. (Not sure I like promoting the bigwigs, but they do have one just like it and for a great price.)
Jenna Poppen wrote:
Walls? - Could you tell me the wall color?
How did you hang the hammock? - I am trying to do the same thing in my sunroom with a double hammock I purchased in Nicaragua.
vanessaclaretaylor wrote:
Map - Hi, we love the map, where did you purchase this type of map ? Thank u
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Cathy Lara added this to Homeschool Spaces Make the Honor Roll
1. Industrial Farmhouse in OhioThis family's homeschool is located in a loft above the kitchen. Homeowner and photographer Julie Ranee purchased the hammock on a trip to Ecuador 22 years ago. "I've been carting the hammock around for so long and now I've finally put it to good use. The kids love having a new and relaxing reading nook," says Ranee.
Laura Gaskill added this to Summer Style: 20 Fresh Ways to Bring in the Season
8. Add a hammock ... indoors. Hang a hammock in the living room, basement or play room to bring that summertime mood inside, and enjoy it long after the last vacation day fades from memory.
Samantha Schoech added this to Kids' Rooms Hold a World of Possibilities
All that white is Scandinavian. The hammock is from Latin America. And the wall map is just plain globally minded.
Becky Harris added this to Swing Into National Hammock Day
Traditional Ecuadoran. Mother, photographer and Houzz contributor Julie Ranee uses this loft space in her farmhouse for home-schooling. She’s found a prime use for the hammock she bought in Ecuador more than 20 years ago. Hung indoors, it’s a favorite spot for reading.
Susan Redman added this to 10 Hug-Worthy Ideas for Kids’ Bedrooms
4. String up a study station. As some kids will balk at having to sit up at a desk to complete homework, go with the flow and make their space more fluid and fun. A suspended chair or hammock can be where they hang out to study — a laptop can easily be propped up on a cushion or their knees — and can also provide extra seating for when their friends come over. This may be a real hit especially with older kids and teens.

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Hammocks and maps are completing this study space
HU-9659422 added this to Kids Lounge
swing for Mira's nook or shared space?

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