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  • David Beagin

    KIDS ROOM – Image above: “Dean’s bunk beds were a real labor of love. I had come up with the idea of converting that space into bunks and luckily it was the perfect measurements for twin beds. Kellan and I spent a weekend designing and building the bunks together. To finish it off, my dad and Kellan welded a gas pipe ladder and railing. I made some quilts to lay on the foot of the bed out of a retro looking pattern that I loved. Then topped the beds with striped kilim pillows.”

  • Ana Paula

    Great bunks. And I love the bedding folded at the foot of the bed. (It is not easy to make bunk beds!) ~ My favorite part is the pipe ladder that doesn't touch the floor. That's rockin'!

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How cool is this?! Maybe when they get older and if they still want to share a room, Daddy can build it!

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It's like each kid has their own little cabin. Love!

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