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Farmhouse gender-neutral kids' study room photo in Columbus with white walls

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mgoolsby wrote:Apr 1, 2012
Where can I buy those chairs? They are adorable!

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    Loom Decor
    love love love the chairs! If you can't find identical aqua ones, you could always find inexpensive chairs with similar shape and structure and spray paint them aqua (or any color imaginable!) Loom Decor would be able to replicate those cushions for you!( and if its for outdoor we can do stain repellent/water resistant) Feel free to email me jackie@loomdecor.com and I will be happy to help!

    PS. If this is for a kids room/playroom.. chalkboard paint is always a super fun way to add color ( and fun for the kids) to the room!
  • epunsin
    Crate and Barrel also has the same type of chair in a similar color.
ellentomasello wrote:Apr 12, 2012
I love the storage box for the art supplies! Where can I buy the wooden box caddy??

  • ellentomasello
    Thanks! Went thrifting and had no luck. I got impatient so ended up buying an up cycled old sewing drawer from Etsy and filled them with mason jars for compartments. thanks for the idea! Love the accessibility and it helps that it's organized and cute! Love homeschooling ideas!
  • Monika Ott
    If you have Homegoods close to your house I just saw them last week.
sarah29 wrote:Dec 12, 2012
  • warma
    do you still homeschool? We are building a new house and are setting up a school room for our 7 children. How would you design it?
  • gr8design
    Homeschooling 3 kids for 6 years now, have repurposed rooms in our house several times to suit ever changing needs. What I have found works for K-6 years is kitchen +laundry + school area (computers, books, writing table space) in close proximity. I have looked at homes and drool when I see a plan that has a guest bedroom adjacent to the kitchen-a perfect separate homeschool room IMHO that you can close the door to when company comes! Currently, my kids have separate "workshop" area in the lower level where they do art, science and history projects (wish we had a big clean up sink down there) and I have to store all the extra stuff (books, supplies) elsewhere, which decreases the spontaneity of grabbing another book off the shelf and also requires more deliberate planning before the schoolwork starts to make sure we have everything we need (which is a good discipline for me, but I would prefer a bigger school area surrounded by bookshelves). Love to hear how others manage it!
jinimartens wrote:Feb 6, 2013
Where can I buy this table?

  • harris60b
    I would also like to know where you purchased this table.
  • jkhess23
    Where is table from?
jimjellybean wrote:Mar 15, 2013
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    Julie Ranee Photography
    Hi. They are not Restoration Hardware. Just vintage bins I got at an auction. All 6 for $10 total. The liners were made out of a canvas drop cloth.
timashenka wrote:Aug 6, 2014
Where did you get the little print above the chalkboard?

- I tried looking on etsy without success. Great inspiration for a student!

    Mya Nielson wrote:Jul 23, 2015
    I love the table! Where is it from?

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