West Loop AerieContemporary Kids, Chicago

Photography by Catherine Tighe

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shrtnswt0406 wrote:Jun 16, 2013
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    Scrafano Architects
    Also, it's hard to tell in this photo, but the wall behind the bed has a gentle curve. Both beds are custom made and we used a standard twin bed in both.
  • ltidwell144
    Are those 4x4 posts at the end of the loft? How is it supported at the head of the loft?
ritamang wrote:Jun 1, 2013
  • illy91
    what is the name of the paint color on the wall?
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    Scrafano Architects
    HI. We have finally been able to track down the name of the green paint used on the wall in this project. It is Benjamin Moore Hampton Green #2150-50. It's a very subtle green so we suggest obtaining a sample from your local supplier and giving it a test. Thank you for your patience!
shatzreise wrote:Jan 9, 2014
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    Scrafano Architects
    Hi. The green in this room is by Benjamin Moore: Hampton Green #2150-50 (flat finish). Be sure to send us a pic if you end up using this color in your project--we'd love to see how it turns out. Thanks!
aloha707 wrote:Nov 19, 2013
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    Scrafano Architects
    Hello, aloha707. Both beds--top and bottom bunks--are twin sized. The scale of the bottom bunk may be hard to read since the wall behind it curves and the cabinetry is cut to fit the curve. Let us know if you have any other questions. Thank you!
One Source Lighting wrote:Nov 3, 2013
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    Scrafano Architects
    The ceiling fixtures were selected by the client at Lightology in Chicago. If we can get the specific information, we will certainly post it for you. Thanks for the question!
philipschneider wrote:Aug 15, 2013
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    Scrafano Architects
    Hi. Yes! This modern take on a fireman's pole was a specific request by the five year old client. It's a fun way to start his day, everyday.
irwinsremodel wrote:Aug 6, 2013
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    Scrafano Architects
    Hey there! Looks great, doesn't it?? The cover on the bottom bunk was custom made for the client. If we can get more specific information, we will certainly let you know! Thanks for the question.
Jonathan Simon wrote:Jun 23, 2013
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    Scrafano Architects
    The ceiling fixtures were selected by the client at Lightology in Chicago. If we can get the specific information, we will certainly post it for you. Thanks for the question!
ddrespel wrote:Jun 15, 2013
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    Scrafano Architects
    That's always a very good question! In this case, we can't give you the exact amount. The elements you are looking at are only part of the room. There were other pieces of custom cabinetry to complete the look. To save money, we chose materials that are readily available (birch plywood) and used a gray stain to give it a new look and character. The orange "fireman's pole" is simply a painted steel pipe to get this boy out of bed in the mornings.

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