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How to make a baby gate for a large opening from a reclaimed crib! Looks better then commercial gates!
For a detailed tutorial check it out at our website: http://thisinsanehouse.blogspot.com/2013/08/the-crib-gate-scandal.html
8 file(s) - Uploaded by: LittleLori
Created: Oct 9, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 14
This is the bedroom I transformed for my son. During our home search, he found one with similar colors and naturally wanted us to buy the home based off of the 'cool' room. The best way to surprise him was to make him his own. I hand painted those stripes (VERY bad idea for a first-timer). All items in the room were bought on clearance except the paint and painting supplies. A friend custom made the mirrored stainless steel skaters.
6 file(s) - Uploaded by: Wendyleia
Created: Mar 28, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 53
Our new orange entryway. My husband did the trim and iron balustrades, and I arranged the flowers. The artwork is our kids' hand and footprints.
6 file(s) - Uploaded by: Gracekimdesign
Created: Aug 28, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 19
When we moved to our new house almost 2 years ago, we knew our daughter then almost 2 year old soon would need fun, happy and child-friendly playroom so that her friends from new neighborhood can also enjoy in comfortable, safe and inviting environment.
Before she was born, we owned Morish Tile Rug in clementine/ivory from Pottery Barn and we liked the happy chic color, pattern and comfy texture. Also, we would always get great compliments from our friends and family. It was perfect inspiration start off with.
We had our challenges though. Previous owner of our house transformed this room from a garage to a den. If you were to enter this room, you had to go down a step from livingroom. We wanted to provide hassle free passage way for young little feet. Frequent visits from one room to another should be effortless. Thanks to my father-in-law, a carpenter, he put together brand new oak flooring to match the floor level to living room for safe access and gave fresh paint(Behr, Herbal Mist) to walls so it's bright and inviting.
We are really satisfied that the room is now an age appropriate, colorful and fun space for our 3 year old daughter where she gets to learn, play and inspired every single day.
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Photos by Grace Kim Design
5 file(s) - Uploaded by: monkeymom
Created: May 25, 2012 | Flag
Total Ratings: 15
When our son turned 4, we decided he should have a cooler big-kid room. We used his existing furniture, some purchased lumber and a lot of imagination to create the room of our, I mean, his dreams complete with slide. The bed here is the Ikea Kura bed and the storage is also from Ikea (Trofast). The slide was handmade. You can find all the details for how to build out a room just like it at http://www.buildsewreap.com/2012/03/bed-to-beat-all-beds.html
5 file(s) - Uploaded by: myadawnus
Created: Aug 20, 2012 | Flag
Total Ratings: 1
This room is currently a boys room, but can be a girls room as well. It has a natral color scheme with wood furnature. Christmas garland/tree decorations and glow in the dark stars on the ceiling. The closet door is painted with magnetic primer & chalk board paint. Animal posters and Thomas Kincade pictures on the wall.