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Modern Kids Room

Bright white walls and custom made beds. The perfect spot for little ones to play and dream.
Inspiration for a small scandinavian gender-neutral kids' room for kids 4-10 years old in Dallas with white walls and light hardwood floors. — Houzz

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Becky Harris added this to Stickybeak of the Week: A Place for Kids to Dream and Play
Photos by Matrix ToursBedroom at a GlanceWhat happens here: Sleeping, drawing, dreaming, playing with toys, readingLocation: Fort Worth, Texas, USASize: 14.3 square metres Designer: Ginger Curtis of Urbanology DesignsCurtis has a background as a furniture designer and builder, and together she and her husband, Eric, built the beds. One bunk is firmly anchored as a top bunk, while the lower one can move around on casters. The platform that extends from the lower bed provides a seat beneath the upper bed in a creativity nook. Wall painted in ‘Distant Gray’: Benjamin Moore; custom-made bed: Urbanology Designs
Melissa Cowan added this to Make Your Own Pallet Bed
Try pallet bunk bedsPallet beds can also work for kids’ beds. You may need professional help mounting them to the walls and attaching wheels to the bottom bunk, but they’re a really unique and stylish way to have bunk beds.

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