Remodeled Victorian Cottage, RichmondContemporary Kids, London

Small contemporary gender neutral kids' room in London with white walls and medium hardwood flooring. —  Houzz
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Julie Butterworth added this to Easy Ways to Make (and Keep) Your Home Ready for Potential Buyers4 April 2018

Banish bunksIn a kids’ room with bunk beds, you’ll be relying on others to be able to envisage the space in a different configuration. If you can, swap bunks for singles. Some designs can be converted, so you may be able to transform the room with no additional expense. A twin room has a natural decorative appeal and symmetry, so make the most of that. Bed designs that aren’t obviously for children will also let potential buyers picture the space being used for others more easily. Help with this by investing in attractive storage bins for toys and books that will make it easy for kids to quickly tidy up when a potential buyer comes to view your home.

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Bill Boyce Decorators added this to Childrens Bedrooms8 March 2018

Making the most of a small Bedroom, with one feature wall.

Desi Barcala added this to tiny house ideas9 November 2017

love the whole entire twin bed with the red rug

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