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Results found for "astronaut room"

  • Outer SPACE to SPACIOUS for Teen Boy, Before and After Pitures show it all!
My son's SPACE themed room was filled with clutter and had poorly placed furniture.  It's been this way since he was 5 and not suitable for a growing 13 year old.  We sent him away to camp for a week and he returned to an extreme makeover, he was clueless!  Orange is his favorite color, so a couple months in advance, I selected bedding and went from there.  I reused items, such as his dresser and shelving by painting them.  I used 5" bed raisers and  now have 6 plastic boxes for neat storage ($4.50 each at Walmart), instead of toy boxes.  The bed skirt was made from a $7 flat sheet.  I measured from the box spring to the floor, added 4 inches and atttached it to the boxspring with upholstery tacks.  I used the existing hem, so no sewing required!   Straw circle placemats for the headboard to accent the bedding pattern.  The curtains are microfiber and by using one panel, I created a short curtain for above the desk, had to hem the bottom and sides.  Then a skirt to hide the computer tower by adding a top hem and hung with upholstery tacks, my new best friend.  I have one panel left over for future accents...maybe a chest for the foot of the bed and use it for a top cushion or throw pillows.  I didn't have the heart or time to tear Spaceship Columbia off the wall, so we covered it with beadboard & trimmed with moulding. Let me warn you...there isn't a roller nap that will get in the grooves...they need to be painted with a brush.  It was very time consuming and we felt like Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn! We added a remote controlled ceiling fan with light and a flushmount light above the computer.  Added a full bed, lockers and some extra shelving and storage bins.  In the future, we're changing the trim & doors to white.  Our son is picking a couple pieces of artwork and that should finish it up.  It took my husband and I two whole days of hard work, but the outcome was well worth the surprise on our son's face!, Boys' Rooms Design

    Outer SPACE to SPA...

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  • Space Shuttle Bed/Outer Space Room, I did my son's room in a space theme, complete with a wall mural of the earth, a big Buzz Aldrin graphic, and a Space Shuttle loft bed to top it off! There are even red/white/blue rope lights that go around the perimeter of the room on the floor. There is a moon phases light, and even a fish tank that has a space theme to it. , Boys' Rooms Design

    Space Shuttle Bed/Ou...

    10 photos, 1,580 Views, Flag

  • A room for a future astronaut, My husband and I have always been fascinated by outerspace and astronauts, so we decorated our new baby's room with this theme.  , Nurseries Design

    A room for a future as...

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  • Our descend to the bottom of the earth (house), If you have small children around you may ask them to leave the room, while you view these photos. Fifteen years ago my husband & a friend took on the task of upgrading our basement to a family room. The space is quit large. The remodeling was done when we had an old furnace. The duct work was so large that it made it difficult to work around & half the family room had no drop ceiling, just open to the flooring above. An extra half bath was put in. We were happy with that because we only had one bathroom. Since this half bath was installed it has become the bathroom for basically men. Summer when all the guys in the neiborhood are doing yard work they use this bath, becuase we are the only people that have one. Josh's friends also use it. I have dubbed it the Texico Station bathroom. It is Mikes duty to clean it. Our laundry room was enclosed with bifold doors, but still looks awful. Then you enter our garage. Our garage is not a functioning garage, unable to park a car in it. Our home was built in the 50's when people didn't own SUV's. It has become a catch all & studio for my son who attends the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, for audio & visual production. His hobby is making music. When he is not at school he lives in the garage. It's very cold in the winter. In the past two years we have purchased a new furnace with central air. Since this was done we would be able to increase the size and put real cielings in. The removal of our old furnace gave us this possibility. I have two adult children Jacquie 25, Josh 21. Three years ago my daughter blessed us with a beautiful granddaughter Oliana. Unfortunately the relationship with my granddaughters dad did not work out, he ended the relationship. Then the girls moved back home, along with two cats adding to our one cat. Our house is small & it would be wonderful to have more living space. Just a room to get away from each other. Our home is a very busy home. One moment Mike & I will be sitting relaxing, then the next thing you know the front door opens and we end up with a house full of people that are rambeling, talking over each other, the baby is running around pulling toys out, Josh's friends are chatting with us, Jacquies now fiance Gary has a very deep loud voice that tends to make every one talk loud. Saying that I'm sure you have figured out that we are not shy people. The more the merrier, but at times we need our space. We have toys all around. I've puchase functional storage in automans that convert to storage. Bottom line is we need help. We need a functioning area to enjoy our family or to get away from them. Due not having the proper tools, costs & knowledge we have not been able to update our family room (basement). Our home is a three story cape cod. This was just a basement prior to the work we put into it 15 years ago. This is the home I grew up in, we purchased it from my parents shortly after we were married, they moved to Florida. We have done a lot of updates but still need more. Our home has so much potential and I invision all the time the things we could do, again it's the knowledge, tools & cost. , Living Rooms Design

    Our descend to the bot...

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  • Family Room/Entertainment Room/Kids' Play Room, We have a family room with a fireplace on the basement walkout level with a door to the garage and glass sliding door to the patio off the den. We don't have time to decorate with two lil ones, but we do have some ideas for how to furnish/decorate the two spaces., Media Rooms Design

    Family Room/Entertai...

    3 photos, 796 Views, Flag

  • Tinytown Kitchen, Tiny kitchen with laundry room.Small opening into dining room that flows into the living room. Dark colors and outdated flooring make it ugly. I can stand in the middle of the kitchen and touch either side. It is TINY!! I need help, I can't fit more than 2 people in at a time! I've done what I can to make it liveable and pretty, but nothing seems to work...what do you think?, Kitchens Design

    Tinytown Kitchen

    10 photos, 616 Views, Flag

  • Empty Bonus Room, Living room? Office?  Catch all?  . I would love for this to be a multipurpose room, office/floating shelves/computer against a wall, media room and a play room when we start a family but I need some ideas and help to make it happen., Living Rooms Design

    Empty Bonus Room

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  • Living Room to Dining Room Conversion, Converted this unused living room space to a formal dining room all by myself.  Room projects:  Removed carpet sanded and stained floor; applied the Moonlit Weave paint technique to walls (Douch Boy Textured Medium and Metalic Paint); transformed dresser to buffet; upholstered buffet top and closet door; made candeleer mirror and curtains. The entire room is candelight only.  With the windows being shadow boxes whenever I wanted to have more light I just lined them with more candles., Dining Rooms Design

    Living Room to Dining...

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  • Bonus Room Boredom, How boring!  This 16 X 14 bonus room is the only space in our house that we can't seem to make our own, yet it's where we spend the majority of our time together!  It lacks style, has very little functionality and is just plain drab.  We feel that the rest of our house has the style, comfort, and openess that we want to project but this room is where we spend our down time together with our lovable border collie, Panda.  The trouble is that the room is located immediately at the top of the stairs so it's the first room you see.  The challeng is that it's oddly shaped with vaulted ceilings, two windows on one wall, and a closet on the other.  It's definitely a decorating delimma that we can't seem to master.  Help! , Other Spaces Design

    Bonus Room Boredom

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  • Shannon Scrapbooking room, This is where all my creativaty comes from. , Other Spaces Design

    Shannon Scrapbooking ...

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  • Couture Contemporary Nursery, A contemporary, fashionable twist on a nursery. , Nurseries Design

    Couture Contemporary ...

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  • Princess Dream Land, Your little one can feel like a Princess with these unique designs.  Hours of fun and play.  See more at our new site, Girls' Rooms Design

    Princess Dream Land

    18 photos, 3,362 Views, Flag

  • BOYS WILL BE BOYS, Hello and thank you for viewing our BOYS DESIGNS page.  Here you will find some neat designs we offer at our new site ,  They are lots of fun and we can make any theme.  See some of them here., Boys' Rooms Design


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  • Living Room / Dining Room, Great room feel with open concept design.  Creamy brown color palette with reds, oranges, yellows as accent colors, and contempory, eclectic styles.  , Living Rooms Design

    Living Room / Dining ...

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  • Landry's Tavern, Mountain Living cabin design, Rustic design, cow hide rugs Rustic star furniture, L-bar with pub table, Lots of animals, Colorado style. Deer, bears, moose. Oil brushed bronze fixtures. Deer horn lamps with cedar base. Pine walls and wood floors. Cedar trim. Log cabin style. , Living Rooms Design

    Landry's Tavern

    29 photos, 745 Views, Flag

  • Christmas Reminiscing Home Tour, Looking through the beautiful Christmas posts got me reminiscing about our Christmas last year, so I looked through my photos and decided to post in case someone may find some new inspiration from them for their own home. We had a major flood this year and lost the Christmas tree among many other things. We are still in the process of remodeling, so decorating for Christmas this year just isn't feasible. So, I longingly reminisce and enjoy what you all are doing for the holidays. I hope you enjoy the tour. Merry Christmas and God Bless..., Holidays Design

    Christmas Reminiscin...

    33 photos, 5,857 Views, Flag

  • The Posh Place to Wash - My Laundry Room!, My laundry room is adjacent to the garage so it is the first space I see when I get home and the last space I see before I leave each day.  I wanted to make sure it was a bright fun and happy space.  I have also always wanted to paint a room robin's egg blue or tiffany blue - and this was really the only place where I could get away with it!   , Kitchens Design

    The Posh Place to Wa...

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  • Gunslinger's Hide Away, This is the only living area in our home.  It serves as the TV room, media room, living room, reading room, and main gathering room.  It is adjacent to the kitchen, outdoor covered patio, and dining room. I want it to be warm, comfortable, inviting, and a place you never want to leave., Living Rooms Design

    Gunslinger's Hide Aw...

    6 photos, 182 Views, Flag

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