Teen BedroomEclectic Kids, Minneapolis

Photo Credit: Mark Ehlen
Done in collaboration with RLH Studio

Kids' room - mid-sized eclectic girl medium tone wood floor and beige floor kids' room idea in Minneapolis with brown walls —  Houzz
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taylovesniall wrote:Feb 24, 2013
mackslade wrote:Nov 10, 2012
  • Daynah Williams
    Where did get the bed and night stand from?
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    Design By Lisa
    The bed and the night stands are both from West Elm. I don't know if the night stands are still available (they call them a Person's desk) but there is something very similar available through Pottery Barn Teen. Lisa
shepaints wrote:May 15, 2014
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    Design By Lisa
    The wallcovering is from Phillip Jeffries and it is made with Mica. Thanks for your interest in our project. Lisa
  • adrianaeleni

    Could you please provide information on the bed frame and headboard? Thank you. Adriana.

sparkwing9 wrote:Jun 23, 2012
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    Design By Lisa
    I'm so glad that you like the room - it was really fun to put together. The furniture pieces (bed and side tables) are from West Elm and the coverlet and pillow shams come from West Elm too. Most of the colorful throw pillows are from a company named Koko, and some of the others have been collected from different sources. I'll add a tag that will link you to Koko so you can see all of the great things that they have to offer.

    Good luck,
    Lisa
  • sparkwing9
    Thank you so much!
works01 wrote:Jun 19, 2012
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    Design By Lisa
    Thanks for asking. I've added a link that will take you to the specific information on the wallcovering. It is a mica wallcovering from Phillip Jeffries and we used it in this room with the idea that it could be used as a "light use" cork board. The two painted areas on the wall used magnetic paint so that they could be used for display. We applied two coats of magnetic paint and then painted on top of that with a paint that is close in color to the wallcovering. Our intention was to make the room so that the atwork could be changed easily without hurting the walls.

    Lisa
  • works01
    You are the best. Thank you so much. Great room!
olilim wrote:Nov 8, 2015
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    Design By Lisa

    Yes, the wall is magnetized. We painted 3 coats of magnetic paint on the wall and then covered it with one coat of the wall paint color. The magnetized wall can support light weight pieces and we choose it so that they could change out their artwork and photos without damaging the wall.

    Thanks for your interest in our project, Lisa

Gul Arghandewal wrote:Mar 16, 2014
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    Design By Lisa
    That pillow is from a company called Koko Company. They have some great pillows and bedding. So glad that you like the room! Lisa
kbauman09 wrote:Jan 25, 2014
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    Design By Lisa
    You're right - these tables are form West Elm, but I don't believe that they are available through West Elm any more. There is something very similar available through Pottery Barn Teen called the Parsons Mini Desk. Thanks for your interest in tis project. Lisa
lala68 wrote:Jan 10, 2014
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    I would try using words like contemporary, modern, and eclectic. I hope that helps. Lisa
Makenna Larson wrote:Jan 5, 2014
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    Design By Lisa
    The bed is from West Elm. Thanks for your interest in our project. Lisa
mpparker wrote:Mar 17, 2013
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    Design By Lisa
    The bedding is from West Elm. The style is Lexington and the color is Pearl. I hope that is helpful. Lisa
Anna Banks Turberville wrote:Feb 23, 2013
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    Design By Lisa
    The pillow is from a showroom that I work with in Minneapolis. If you are interested you can contact me and I can find out if it is still available. Thanks for asking. Lisa
Sanaa Vohra wrote:Jan 15, 2013
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    Design By Lisa
    The throw is from IKEA. Thanks for asking. Lisa
8620 wrote:Jan 6, 2013
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    Design By Lisa
    The deer head is from a local showroom in Minneapolis, Francis King. If you are interested I can see if it is still available and what the cost is. Thanks for asking, Lisa
traddatz wrote:Nov 17, 2012
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    Design By Lisa
    The cushions are actually outdoor cushions from Link. I will add a tag to the pitcure that will take you to their site. Thanks for asking. Lisa
fbaldu wrote:Oct 6, 2012
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    Design By Lisa
    Thanks for asking. The wall that looks like cork is actually a wallpaper, and it can be used as a light duty corkboard. If you click on the wall in the photo it will give you the manufacturer information. I would be order this product for you if you are interested. Lisa
monkeys wrote:Sep 22, 2012
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    Design By Lisa
    We bought the chair through Home Decorators Collection. Thanks for asking. Lisa
tsstjohn wrote:Sep 2, 2012
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    Design By Lisa
    The headboard is from West Elm. Thanks for asking. Lisa
beauty123 wrote:Aug 2, 2012
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    Design By Lisa
    Thanks for the kind words. We found that box at HomeGoods which is one of my favorite places to shop for affordable accessories.
    Good luck.
    Lisa
jillybean330 wrote:Jun 23, 2012
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    Design By Lisa
    They are from West Elm - they're the mini Parson's desks.
    Lisa
alexxburnhamm wrote:May 31, 2014
    Madeleine Goodnight wrote:Aug 13, 2013

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      bonathome
      Bonnie McCarthy added this to How to Create a Room With a Magnetic PersonalityApr 28, 2015

      For this reason, it is extremely important to have the primer shaken professionally at the store immediately prior to use, and then continue to mix it well throughout the process. If you own a stirring attachment for an electric drill, now’s the time to use it! If not, shake, shake, shake it yourself every 30 minutes or so. If the primer is not mixed properly, the iron particles will sink to the bottom of the can and some painted areas may be more magnetized than others. Bummer.

      mbleasdale
      Apartment 46 for the Home added this to An Unconventional Approach to Teen Room DecorOct 15, 2013

      Regardless of the paint color, it seems to be a rite of passage to plaster tween and teen walls with posters, pennants and other mishmash items. But tacks, staples and tape can wreak havoc on paint and drywall, and all of the visual details can feel chaotic. Solution: Designate certain walls as collage walls and put up large-scale bulletin boards, burlap-covered foam core or cork tiles (available in hardware and art supply stores) to protect the underlying walls and create areas where anything goes.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      gina_lovasi
      Gina Lovasi added this to Gina's ideasAug 4, 2019

      Some options to easily hang cards, artwork, etc would be great to incorporate.

      fi_and_al
      Fiona added this to Tween roomMay 30, 2019

      noticeboards / pinboards & floor cushions

      debijo77
      debijo77 added this to Living Room IdeasMay 19, 2019

      Do Black first coat on OSB, sand, then light brown, (khaki) on second coat.

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