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Naifandtastic:Decoración, craft, hecho a mano, restauracion muebles, casas pequeñas, boda: Tutorial: Como hacer un cabecero para la cama con tela y un tablon de madera

Naifandtastic:Decoración, craft, hecho a mano, restauracion muebles, casas pequeñas, boda: Tutorial: Como hacer un cabecero para la cama con tela y un tablon de madera

How to make an upholstered headboard. It's easier than you think and the perfect way to get a custom headboard in a fabric you love!

How To Make A DIY Upholstered Headboard, Part 2

How to make an upholstered headboard. It's easier than you think and the perfect way to get a custom headboard in a fabric you love!

headboard - Plywood, Foam, Cotton Batting, Fabric of your choice!

headboard - Plywood, Foam, Cotton Batting, Fabric of your choice!

George Bedding for Boys Rooms | Serena & Lily.  possible colors scheme: yellow, charcoal, peacock, white.

George Bedding for Boys Rooms | Serena & Lily. possible colors scheme: yellow, charcoal, peacock, white.

One of the most unexpected perks of being an interior designer is knowing when clients are pregnant before everyone else.  :-)  They want ...

One of the most unexpected perks of being an interior designer is knowing when clients are pregnant before everyone else. :-) They want ...

With the start of the Olympics, the spotlight is on host city London. A modern city steeped in history, London is rich in iconic landmarks and symbols: black cabs, double decker buses, red phone booths, Big Ben, Tower Bridge and, of course, the Queen herself. And let's not forget the most recognizable symbol of the United Kingdom: the Union Jack. I thought it would be fun to look at some children's rooms that incorporate 'Cool Brittania' in both big and small ways.

A Spot of Brit Style in Kids' Rooms

With the start of the Olympics, the spotlight is on host city London. A modern city steeped in history, London is rich in iconic landmarks and symbols: black cabs, double decker buses, red phone booths, Big Ben, Tower Bridge and, of course, the Queen herself. And let's not forget the most recognizable symbol of the United Kingdom: the Union Jack. I thought it would be fun to look at some children's rooms that incorporate 'Cool Brittania' in both big and small ways.

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