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10 file(s) - Uploaded by: staceypoolside
Created: Oct 25, 2012 | Flag
Total Ratings: 309
My boyfriend's daughter's room needed a complete makeover so I surprised her with a brand new room! She loved it....thank God!
6 file(s) - Uploaded by: staceypoolside
Created: Sep 28, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 163
Room to grow in for a 9 year old girl. First I did the 13 year old room and now the 9 year olds. I sanded, primed and painted all of the furniture myself and changed the hardware to crystal balls. She wanted pink that's the rooms color with coral as an accent. Money was tight so we bought 2 bed frames (she had bunk beds that swallowed the room before) and to key costs down I used curtains as the headboard. She loves animals so there are some accents in there that are cats, giraffes etc. she loved the space when she saw it. More grown-up than she had but not too mature so that she doesn't enjoy it.
11 file(s) - Uploaded by: rrs77471
Created: Aug 22, 2011 | Flag
Total Ratings: 35
The dorm room in these pictures is located in a dorm that was built in the 1930s. The size of the room is 12ft x 13ft about 169 square feet. It only had room for one of the desks the school provides. The challenge was creating an environment where the girls would each have a desk, storage room and some space to relax. With some very careful planning we were able to get it all in! I have included both before and after pictures to give you an idea. The comments from passersby at the beginning were wow you have a small room ... by the end they were wow your room is so big!! Funny how space planning can make such a difference!
5 file(s) - Uploaded by: dwaggoner44
Created: Sep 19, 2012 | Flag
Total Ratings: 99
When my husband and I found out we were having a little girl, my wheels immediately started spinning and construction began! I have always loved wainscot, so that was the first DIY project my husband tackled. I maximized space by setting the armoire caddy-corner with a changing station to the left and the crib directly on the opposing wall. The glider and ottoman is also caddy corner next to the changing station. I found an antique mahogany two-tier table with scallop edging from Craigslist -$50- and refinished it in a black pearl stain with gold etching and tulip flowers with the letter M for Baby Morgan. The picture-in-picture was a design inspiration that my mom found in an interior decor magazine. We replicated the idea, wallpapering each of the inside panels bordered with molding, and placed vintage pictures that have been with my family for several years. On the 'changing station' wall, the other two picture-in-pictures have wired vintage figures of a manikin silhouette and Eiffel tower for that Parisian flare. My mother-in-law made all the bedding, drapery, and diaper hanging sack from fabric we picked out a local fabric warehouse in Buena Park, CA. The crib cornice and curtain tie backs were a great find at the Princess Canopy Shop on Etsy. They are stained in black pearl with brass/gold etching. My husband designed the M monogram and had it carved for under $40. I bought the hanging chandelier on closeout with black shades and matching pink bows were tied using the leftover pink satin bedding fabric. The furniture was purchased locally and the lamp was purchased on clearance at Tuesday Morning -$50-. I shopped around for the rug after finding that on an interior design website, I bought it for 50% less than retail from BoldRugs.com after they price matched another competitors price. The crib mobile was purchased on target.com.
10 file(s) - Uploaded by: Faeryhollow
Created: Dec 31, 2010 | Flag
Total Ratings: 133
My potting shed became Santa's workshop again this year, and a beautiful Christmas snow provided the perfect setting.