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Mid-North Residence Industrial Kids, Chicago

Architecture by Vinci | Hamp Architects, Inc.
Interiors by Stephanie Wohlner Design.
Lighting by Lux Populi.
Construction by Goldberg General Contracting, Inc.
Photos by Eric Hausman.
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Example of an urban gender-neutral medium tone wood floor and brown floor kids' room design in Chicago with white walls — Houzz

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Katina Smith wrote:
Bed - What size bed is this?
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clayphillips
where did you get the orange shelf?!?
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Ignacio Diaz

is still this bed available in the market? where can i find it?

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Haven Hoilett wrote:
Bedding - Where can I find this bunk bed?
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Totally Kids fun furniture & toys

Those are surely beautifully crafted custom bunk beds. Take a look at many similar bunk beds available at Totally Kids fun furniture & toys. http://www.thebeanbagstore.com/bunkbeds.htm Personal shoppers are available to answer your questions and help you find just what you are looking for. Give them a call at 952-881-2425.

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Sarah Ryu wrote:
What color white is used on wall and ceiling and the bed? - It is very clean looking. Love it.
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Vinci | Hamp Architects
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jody1231 wrote:
What is the ceiling height? And how did you hang the curtain?
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Vinci | Hamp Architects
The ceiling height of the room is 10'-6". For reference, the top of the window is at 8'-0". The orange curtain is hung on a standard curtain track, which is recessed into the white bed frame (and therefore invisible).
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skiwert wrote:
what type of wood did you use for the ladder? - curious to know what type of wood used for the ladder? is it a walnut plywood? thanks
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Vinci | Hamp Architects
Solid Teak.
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rhanano wrote:
what type of wood flooring is this? Thanks!
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Olga Portillo wrote:
Álbum soñar - Porque ya no aparece?
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Janet Tate wrote:
Can I buy plans to build this myself? My ceiling height in 9 feet.
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_1zz1e_ wrote:
Where can i buy one?
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_1zz1e_ wrote:
Where can i buy one?
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Jessica Turf Design wrote:
What is the distance between the bottom platform and top bunk?
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Stacey S wrote:
what materials were used to build the custom bunk beds?
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Neel Das wrote:
Very nice! Where can I get one?
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lisa514 wrote:
What is the height of the ceiling and the height of the two beds? Also, am I right these are twin?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

John Hill added this to Houzz Tour: A Three-Story Barn Becomes a Modern-Home Beauty
As in the living room and kitchen, the finishes in the upstairs rooms are quite minimal. Yet as this children's room hints at, the spaces are a canvas for the family's things. The way the wood trim is carried through to the bunk bed railing and ladder is a nice touch.
Laura Gaskill added this to 15 Home Ideas Fit for a Crowd
In shared rooms it is important to give each child a feeling of ownership over his or her corner of the room. Recessed nooks on a top bunk provide a place for a small lamp and personal items. Wall-mounted shelves or brackets are another great option for that nighttime glass of water and bedtime story. Curtains help darken the space and provide privacy.
Laura Gaskill added this to Tips for Squeezing in More Guest Beds
Queen bunks. If you have the room, queen-size bunk beds can make more appealing quarters for adult guests. And of course, kids don’t mind sleeping in big beds, either.
Urban Casa added this to Beyond Pink and Blue: 7 Palettes for Kids’ Rooms
2. Orange and brown. Vivid orange casts a cheerful, warm glow when paired with brown or wood tones. A bright and fun color for both genders, orange works well with almost any color — remember, those bright and busy toys are going to descend — as well as other neutrals like gray and white.

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