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Inspiration for a rustic gender-neutral painted wood floor kids' room remodel in Ottawa with multicolored walls —  Houzz
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Val wrote:Oct 14, 2012
  • mydogseamus
    Any info on the bed end benches?
  • sjaklich
    anything on the low table or the benches at the end of the beds
kagua wrote:May 12, 2012
  • Sarah Moore
    That is unfinished cedar planks. Lovely.
  • Aleissia Laidacker
    To achieve the gap between the floor boards, is it a certain type of plank to buy? Or just the way you install it? Thx
maria wrote:Nov 3, 2012
Kim MacK wrote:Apr 12, 2012
  • Charlotte
    Ever find an answer for this one? I need a rug like this too...
sscudder wrote:Feb 10, 2014
    bezzo wrote:Apr 1, 2013

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to Share Tactics: Great Ideas for Shared Kids' RoomsOct 25, 2013

      Kids Close in AgeOn the other hand, if you have twins or children very close in age, separation is probably not what they want. Two of my grandchildren are identical twins, and they are joined at the hip, figuratively speaking. Alyssa and Alexis are each other's best friend, confidante and playmate. They want to be together all the time. This is often true as well for children who are very close in age. When you create a shared room in these situations, you'll want an open, we-like-being-together feeling.

      Laura Gaskill added this to 14 Tips for Decorating an Attic — Awkward Spots and AllOct 15, 2013

      12. Use low furnishings. Surround a low coffee table with floor cushions to create a comfy lounge area — sitting on the floor will make the ceilings seem higher. Likewise, platform beds and low sofas will work better in an attic than full-height beds and bulky couches.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      mikad added this to interior and furniture fabricatingJun 8, 2019

      Mtn house loft bedding and table ideas

      Nadine Schwartz added this to Attic IdeasMay 8, 2019

      low seating, using large floor pillows, could make a "crash pad" in one eaves area.

      Jessica Bruehl added this to Upstairs ideasFeb 6, 2019

      White ceiling, black/chalk w/ reclaimed wood

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