South Beach Teen RoomContemporary Kids, Richmond

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Example of a trendy kids' room design in Richmond with blue walls —  Houzz
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himaj wrote:August 21, 2015
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missnicelady108 wrote:February 9, 2015
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    Kathy Corbet Interiors

    I recommend a dusty grey blue (think worn denim) for the walls and accent with pink furnishings.

Elizabeth J Greenwood wrote:January 30, 2015
angelpogi wrote:September 9, 2014
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    Kathy Corbet Interiors
    The chairs get pulled out to close the doors. The closet is about 30" deep and 8" long.
Lisa wrote:August 9, 2014
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hannah9359 wrote:July 6, 2014
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    Kathy Corbet Interiors
    The cover is custom. The aqua fabric is Pindler and the silver is Norbar. The inner cushion is from Harry Barker. I like their foam and the may a washable piddle proof cover for it.
bperez2 wrote:September 8, 2014

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Laura Gaskill added this to Back-to-School Action Plan: Homework ZoneAugust 10, 2017

    More than one kid sharing a space? Consider study partitions. Make sharing a study space easier on all involved by providing a desk with a partition between work areas. In the space shown here, the entire desk unit is built into a closet, so when the kids are done working, the doors can hide it all away.See more of this teen hangoutTell us: What does your child’s study area look like? Share a photo in the Comments!More: Get Organized With a Back-to-School Checklist

    Fred Albert added this to Room of the Day: Miami Beach Style for a Virginia Teen HangoutJune 20, 2014

    The ground-floor room was once a master bedroom. Corbet turned the old closet into a homework center, so she (and dog Scout) can keep an eye on the girls while they’re studying. Best of all, when friends come to call, all they have to do is close the doors, and the clutter is out of sight. “I can get that room party ready in an instant,” the designer says.Chairs: Palecek

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    Lorraine added this to Alfred Street StudyMarch 15, 2020

    I like the idea of the doors closing to hide the office area

    Gamma Phi Beta added this to Downstairs TV RoomFebruary 28, 2020

    Could something like this make use of the current closet door situation?

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