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Traditional Kids Room Accessories

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{Interiors} Top 10 coolest kids bunk beds

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from WooHome

20 Easy and Cheap DIY Ways to Enhance The Curb Appeal

This is an amazing bedroom. Lovvvveeee. |||| DUUUUDE this is so cOOL ID NEVER LEAVE MY ROOM

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from Etsy

Large Neon Pink & Green Cuckoo Clock. Working Condition

Quirky vintage nursery find - Vintage Neon Cuckoo Clocks

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from House to Home

Great schemes with mix-and-match living room chairs

Create a calming, restful scheme with a palette of soft pastels. Co-ordinate your upholstery in tonal pastel shades; try a sofa, chair and footstool in a mix of grey, pale blue and shell pink, then add cushions and throws in matching shades. Line shelves with pretty pastel accessories, as rows of books in sugary tones will complement the scheme.

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Gothic shed finished with sadolin superdec in jungle green

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The Perfect Partner For Your Panoramic Windows. A clean and functional style of radiator originally widely used in public institutions such as schools. The unfussy style and clean lines make this a versatile model suitable for most interiors, both traditional and contemporary. Available in a wide range of sizes and with a choice of paint colours and finishes.

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from Apartment Therapy

Double Murphy Bunk Bed by Casa Kids

A common dilemma for expanding families in small spaces is what to do when the number of kids outpaces the number of bedrooms. Bunk beds are a popular and obvious solution, and rightly so. Going vertical is always a good option. But what if your small space cannot accommodate a traditional bunk bed setup? All is not lost. In fact, floor space is gained with the Double Murphy Bunk Bed.

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In Katie’s attic-space playroom, walls painted Sherwin-Williams’ West Highland White are enlivened with pink accessories, including pillows from John Robshaw Textiles and Pablo Mekis. A pair of French daybeds offer seating and sleep-over space, and juxtapose with reproduction art and Lucite elements from Soho Modern.

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