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10 file(s) - Uploaded by: DEBBIEAVOUX...
Created: Dec 6, 2012 | Flag
Total Ratings: 23
This mural includes children's songs, fables, nursery rhymes, and tons of tiny critters and animals to keep a baby entertained. I created this nursery for my first born son Reed. I was 8 months pregnant when I began painting it. This was my favorite project because it was the first time I got to create a project for my own child.
6 file(s) - Uploaded by: tsbjorling
Created: Mar 18, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 40
This is the bonus room accessible only from the master bedroom. It doubled as our shoe closet/overflow and home office. When we found out we were having another child, it seemed the perfect place to house our new addition. We did not find out if we were having a boy or a girl so we needed a room that would work for either gender. The room was a drab brown (previous owners so we brightened it up with light grays and whites to make the space appear larger and feel more airy. Since it's still the room where the family gets ready for the day, we kept the TV but moved it to the wall. the built-ins hide the must-haves and we've corralled the shoes into their own space. The crib and bedding is Pottery Barn, the rocker is Land of Nod, the art is from Etsy, the rug is from Rugs USA, the changing table is a re-finished flea market score, and the drapes are West Elm.
3 file(s) - Uploaded by: Aaron Christens...
Created: May 20, 2011 | Flag
Total Ratings: 165
Zac's Dad called me and asked if there was a way to take an old truck apart and reassemble it in his son's room. My initial response was "sure, anything can be done, but..." Insert 100 reasons why it wouldn't work. Let's say he was a little disappointed. As our conversation developed, it came to light that it wasn't the idea of a real truck he was hot on, it was the fact that he didn't want one cut out of plywood and painted to look like a truck. He was in love with the idea of a 3 dimensional truck. The solution I proposed was to build our own vintage truck. So that's what we did. Styled after a 1940's Ford/Chevy pick up, we sculpted a scaled down version with an extended bed to accommodate a twin mattress. We topped off our handy work with a distressed paint finish and trim pieces. The only real parts on this bed are the wheels from a volkswagon and the steering wheel. We outfitted the room with a faux garage door sporting a logo of his son Zac's fictitious custom automotive business. I apologize to those of you that had seen this a month or so ago, it seems that several of my uploads were deleted by some gliche. So, here we are again, kickin the tires.
9 file(s) - Uploaded by: 3ActingOut
Created: May 28, 2012 | Flag
Total Ratings: 70
My boys' colorful big boy room. They are 5 and 4. The room is a little small, but we made it work. They like all of the colors. I like the cheeriness. I painted the union jack dresser on a whim, after seeing one on Pinterest. I made the transportation wall art (after seeing them on Land of Nod, and painted the letters for their previous nursery. The lamps came from the Goodwill. I saw some similar at Target, so I bought these and painted them a matching yellow from their original brass color. I bought the Metro map since we moved here from Maryland. I was able to frame it pretty cheaply using the "build-a-frame" frame end pieces at Michaels, and having Lowe's cut the glass to size (less than $15
7 file(s) - Uploaded by: pah_py
Created: Jun 28, 2011 | Flag
Total Ratings: 78
I created an awesome pirate themed bedroom for my son. The extra large hand painted pirate map and pirate ship bunk bed came out better than I expected!