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Modern Kids Room Scandinavian Kids, Dallas

Bright white walls and custom made beds. The perfect spot for little ones to play and dream.
Kids' room - small scandinavian gender-neutral light wood floor kids' room idea in Dallas with white walls — Houzz

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lwdudek wrote:
Very creative! - Did you build this bed? What are the dimensions, type of wood used? Platform on bottom with wheels is clever too? How did you make this? Thanks!
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Diana Wellman

Can you also please provide any tips on how you tension and clamp the ropes? I'll sign up for your blog for the design details in the meantime. We like this design for our girls too.

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Hi! THIS is the bunkbeds I've been looking for! I've checked out your website but couldn't find the design details. Did you ever post them? Could you send me a link? Thanks so much! And your design is so refreshingly simple and fun: really love the triangle tape trick.

Michelle Howard wrote:
That bed is amazing! Did you have it made?
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Urbanology Designs
Thank you! We made it ourselves ;)
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annettegam wrote:
Where did you get the drapes and the wooden pole?
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Urbanology Designs

Both are from west elm ;)

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Ilona Grabarczyk wrote:
Kids room - Where did you buy the rug? I love it ;)
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Urbanology Designs

Hi Ilona. The rug is from World Market.

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ahnkwon4 wrote:
Wall Color - Hi- what brand and paint color are on the walls? Thank you!
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to Room of the Day: A Place for Kids to Dream and Play
Photos by Matrix ToursBedroom at a GlanceWhat happens here: Sleeping, drawing, dreaming, playing with toys, readingLocation: Fort Worth, TexasSize: 154 square feet (14.3 square meters); 11 by 14 feetDesigner: Ginger Curtis of Urbanology DesignsCurtis has a background as a furniture designer and builder, and together she and her husband, Eric, built the beds. One bunk is firmly anchored as a top bunk, while the lower one can move around on casters. The platform that extends from the lower bed provides a seat beneath the upper bed in a creativity nook. Wall paint: Distant Gray, Benjamin Moore; bed: custom, Urbanology Designs
Erin Carlyle added this to The 15 Most Popular Kids’ Rooms on Houzz So Far in 2016
Natural MaterialsThe top three photos share a basic color palette of white teamed with calming natural elements. 1. An oasis of calm. This photo has been saved to 4,035 ideabooks, making it the single most popular kids’ room photo uploaded to Houzz so far this year. The goal was to create a pared-down oasis of relaxation, says designer Ginger Curtis of Urbanology Designs, who built the bunks from premium prime with her husband, Eric. Curtis added the jute rug, white table and chairs, and simple rocking horse, and had custom bedding made for her little boy and girl, who share the gender-neutral bedroom.Read more about this room
Brenna Malmberg added this to 8 Sibling Bedrooms That Make Sharing Fun
2. A creative space for two youngsters. Asher, 3, and Avery, 5, have their mom to thank for this dreamy bedroom. Ginger Curtis of Urbanology Designs, their mom, and her husband, Eric, built a one-of-a-kind set of beds that gives the room a treehouse look. The bed solution gave Curtis the ability to include creative playspaces around the room.She chose a gender-neutral palette for this bedroom shared by her little boy and girl. Though it lacks bright colors, it doesn’t lack personality. Cloud pillows with little faces, a rocking horse and triangle decals keep the place lively. Wall paint: Distant Gray, Benjamin Moore; bed: custom, Urbanology Designs; table: Hobby LobbyRead more about this brother-sister bedroom
Laura Gaskill added this to Top Bunks: 15 Favorites From the Most Popular Kids’ Rooms in 2016
2. White and wood. With a jute rug, natural wood bunks and simple, graphic patterns on the walls and bedding, this space has Scandinavian style down pat. And as a fun bonus, the lower bunk has casters, so it can be easily moved throughout the space — and its extra length allows the end to serve double duty as a bench.Wall paint: Distant Gray, Benjamin Moore; bed: custom, Urbanology DesignsRead more about this room

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Ольга Рыб added this to Идеи пользователя newlife2303
очень окно красивое
nlhw added this to Audrey’s Favs
I like it because the pillows are so cute and the beads are so pretty .
eliselenssen added this to Shed House
Pallet bunk beds + lower bed on wheels

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