Kopachuck ResidenceTransitional Kids, Seattle

My clients had outgrown their builder’s basic home and had plenty of room to expand on their 10 acres. Working with a local architect and a talented contractor, we designed an addition to create 3 new bedrooms, a bathroom scaled for all 3 girls, a playroom and a master retreat including 3 fireplaces, sauna, steam shower, office or “creative room”, and large bedroom with folding glass wall to capitalize on their view. The master suite, gym, pool and tennis courts are still under construction, but the girls’ suite and living room space are complete and dust free. Each child’s room was designed around their preference of color scheme and each girl has a unique feature that makes their room truly their own. The oldest daughter has a secret passage hidden behind what looks like built in cabinetry. The youngest daughter wanted to “swing”, so we outfitted her with a hanging bed set in front of a custom mural created by a Spanish artist. The middle daughter is an elite gymnast, so we added monkey bars so she can cruise her room in style. The girls’ bathroom suite has 3 identical “stations” with abundant storage. Cabinetry in black walnut and peacock blue and white quartz counters with white marble backsplash are durable and beautiful. Two shower stalls, designed with a colorful and intricate tile design, prevent bathroom wait times and a custom wall mural brings a little of the outdoors in.

Photos by Mike Martin www.martinvisualtours.com

Example of a transitional girl medium tone wood floor kids' room design in Seattle with multicolored walls —  Houzz
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Martha Turner Properties wrote:Dec 28, 2013
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    Tamara Rosenbloom Design LLC
    Bloompapers just came out with an English website - www.bloompapers.com. This should help you out. Best of luck!
  • Elisa Baquero
    Catalina Estrada is the designer of these wallpapers. Check her website. www.catalinaestrada.com
ktomes391 wrote:Jan 26, 2014
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    Tamara Rosenbloom Design LLC
    Thank you! Unfortunately, it was found at an antique shop and I had it recovered in a raspberry velvet. But that's something you too could easily do!
  • stardust17
    This room is magical! Makes me wish I was 12 again :)
Weslee Lorico wrote:Jan 13, 2014
Yasmin Glittenberg wrote:Jan 12, 2015
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    Tamara Rosenbloom Design LLC
    The artist is Catalina Estrada. I purchased the mural at Bloompapers.com. Thanks for your inquiry.
Medford Design-Build wrote:Sep 17, 2014
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    Tamara Rosenbloom Design LLC
    Thank you! Since privacy and light control weren't main concerns, we chose a sheer fabric comprised of daisies sewn together and added a purple Pom Pon fringe to the leading edges.
jbowman129 wrote:Jun 19, 2014
Rachel Craver wrote:Mar 23, 2014
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    Tamara Rosenbloom Design LLC
    This bed was featured in a Houzz article. For more information, please see "Get in the swing of things with a hanging bed"
myspaceidea wrote:Dec 29, 2013
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    Tamara Rosenbloom Design LLC
    The bed is chained to the floor in the middle of the bed, preventing it from swinging more than 6"-8" in any direction. It's out 18" from the wall so there's plenty of clearance
Weslee Lorico wrote:May 27, 2016
    Danielle l wrote:Jan 15, 2015

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Karen Egly-Thompson added this to Get in the Swing of Things With a Hanging BedMay 30, 2014

      Fully Hanging BedsWhen designer Tamara Rosenbloom sought to include a unique feature in each of her client’s daughters’ bedrooms, the youngest girl picked a swing. Rosenbloom worked with Vintage Porch Swings to fashion this delightful swinging bed to accommodate her wish. Despite its happy-go-lucky image, fully hanging beds come with one caveat: They need adequate support in the ceiling. Hanging beds can weigh hundreds of pounds themselves, and the support system needs to accommodate the extra weight of the people lying on the bed, as well as the torque created from their movement. That’s why consulting an architect or a contractor to assess the existing conditions and support requirements is recommended. For this project Rosenbloom had her contractor add blocking in the ceiling between the joists to make it structurally sound. Another consideration is the amount of swing. This bed is near a custom wall mural, and with the amount of swing generated, the front of the bed was threatening to repeatedly hit the mural. To compensate, Rosenbloom added a chain centered under the bed that’s attached to an eye bolt in the floor. The bottom chain offers more control over the swing. “Adding chain links allows for more swing, and removing links tightens the arc,” she says. “It was a worry-free solution.”While the original bed came with a strong rope, its texture was too splintery, Rosenbloom says. As an alternative, she installed chains, as seen here. However, she has since switched the chains to a softer rope. Now, she says, a pleasant muffled squeak is heard during rocking — just like the porch swing it was meant to represent.

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      Maintainfitness added this to LazyPandaa’s room uwuSep 22, 2019

      Kinda like this just without thefairies and a square bed

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