Lidia Cotea
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Pretty

Pretty

lovely

lovely

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This bunk room was part of a much larger space. We designed and built these great bunks with four twin beds. I wanted it to be a space that would be comfortable for all ages and both boys and girls alike. A navy and white color scheme is both classic and crisp. The fun Otomi embroidered pillows add that fun pop of color on a sea blue cabana stripe.

This bunk room was part of a much larger space. We designed and built these great bunks with four twin beds. I wanted it to be a space that would be comfortable for all ages and both boys and girls alike. A navy and white color scheme is both classic and crisp. The fun Otomi embroidered pillows add that fun pop of color on a sea blue cabana stripe.

londonprepster: My future closet…. Source:... - Preppy Girls & Pink Peonies

londonprepster: My future closet…. Source:... - Preppy Girls & Pink Peonies

Light wood deep walk-in closet. I like the flooring, but would never want to fill one of these!

Light wood deep walk-in closet. I like the flooring, but would never want to fill one of these!

This boutique was created from one challenge: to turn a spare bedroom into a…

This boutique was created from one challenge: to turn a spare bedroom into a…

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The best way to treat closet interiors is to paint all surfaces with light-reflective white for maximum visibility. You can check how reflective your white is by looking on the color card at your local paint store for the LRV number. The higher the number (accompanied by the initials LRV, for “light-reflective value”), the more the available

The best way to treat closet interiors is to paint all surfaces with light-reflective white for maximum visibility. You can check how reflective your white is by looking on the color card at your local paint store for the LRV number. The higher the number (accompanied by the initials LRV, for “light-reflective value”), the more the available