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The best ways to utilize mid century furniture

Postby carmenjames » Tue Sep 15, 2015 9:40 am

Children's Bedroom: Children's bedroom is a quite unique place for the kids in the family. The unique feature of youngsters's bed room is that it does not appear like the other rooms when it pertains to design and furniture. When intending the kids's bedroom design as well as its decor, one must stress on minute details such as shades, patterns, design, etc. Everything must be done in such a manner in which it excites the youngsters. One could absolutely suit this design with mid century classic furnishings such as making use of beds, sideboards as well as breast drawers of mid century character.

Recliners: They are the seats that people makes use of for relaxing by swinging to and fro. Also this niche of furnishings has been made use of by the artisans of the mid century. Some of the things under this group are Danish lounge chair, European recliner chairs and various kinds of frames and upholsteries.

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Re: The best ways to utilize mid century furniture

Postby IvanBenitez » Thu Feb 14, 2019 4:15 pm

Sorry, but are you asking a question or making a statement? Haha :lol: In my opinion, as I have two kids, it's great for a kid's bedroom to look really differnet as well. They enjoy the way it stands out and they can make it their own space as they grow up. One time when I was a huge furniture truck that had gotten in a wreck, we had to move all the furniture boxes that had fallen out and almost all of them looked identical. Sad to see.
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Re: The best ways to utilize mid century furniture

Postby JeremyDrum » Fri Feb 15, 2019 10:57 am

Here's a really cool set that a neighbor of mine got a few months ago and her kid loved it. Definitely not vintage but my husband is a and built a 150' 8' tall privacy fence for them and they asked him to advise them on setting it up. Went in real easy and looks pretty much like the picture.

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