Designing your nursery

If you are designing your nursery, it is always fun for them to be involved and help choose different things like the color of paint for the walls. Have you ever thought, have unused space that could be turned into a little Hide-A-Way for your son or daughter? It should not be great but there is a separate room, and they spend much time there to play and escape in there on little world. Now I tell you where I’m going to come to this area, without compromising the size of their bedroom. Your room decorating ideas that are able to cover more than eight feet, and if they work, this project perfectly. Here’s what you need.

If your ceilings are at least ten feet high when you build your wardrobe and your builder to leave open space above the otherwise lost closet.The from inside must be ready, but it is just perfect. Now you can decide if you want the opening in the cabinet or outside. Frame the opening with a little ‘attitude to give it a finished appearance and a ladder fixed to the wall and guess what’ the child of today is just perfect private Hide-A-Way.

This project Hide-A-Way is for those of you who have eight foot ceilings. idea of ​​decorating the nursery is a bit ‘planning more, but it will work. As your builder builds the house had a little ‘space in the attic above the room until the end of your child. Once again it is not very large for a child to really enjoy. They did that with some planning for the opening for a finished look, or if you wish, you can cut yourself to save some money. Cutting crown molding corner is the hardest part, but you can do with a little ‘practice. Get scrape some of the games and practice, you must cut all angles.Now to do, build a small scale in your Hide-a-way, and she is all ready for a fun time in her new bedroom.

If you can not hear with a ladder on the wall considering your opening at one end of the hall and the addition of a small scale on the side of the wall built in a safe manner.



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