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    • Red Pear Creative

      The hanging bed is fab! Kid's bedroom @Reena Dasani Drummond | The Pioneer Woman's house.

    • Valerie Reid

      Hanging beds in a dream bedroom makeover at @Ree Drummond | The Pioneer Woman 's house. Be sure to see the entire before-and-after!

    • Sophie Drysdale

      Love these suspended beds. Kid's bedroom @Reena Dasani Drummond | The Pioneer Woman's house.

    • Jonee Schmidt

      Swinging beds!!!!! - Bedroom makeover at @Reena Dasani Drummond | The Pioneer Woman 's house.

    • Ariele

      suspended bed, white walls, pops of color, desk area // attic bedroom,, designed by the Novogratz

    • Mari Ali

      1. Get into the swing of things with a hanging bed. The Novogratzes hired Oklahoman Carl Engel to craft a pair of walnut sleepers, suspended from steel plates installed on the ceiling's beams. Get Engel's complete DIY instructions here. Or if you have more cash than carpentry skills, visit, where a similar bed sells for $2,898. 2. Move over, monograms! Instead of relying on embroidered initials, the Novogratzes personalized the girls' room with full-fledged portraits by artist Linda Mason. A more affordable alternative: Submit a picture to, and the site will commission an original 24" × 36" painting for less than $200. 3. Adopt an ageless approach to bedding.The designers bypassed typical tween motifs in favor of sophisticated separates, including crisp white sheets and blankets in fresh cranberry and tangerine hues. Quirky throw pillows pile on extra charm. 4. Carpet tiles offer greater flexibility than wall-to-wall. Spill something? These 20-inch squares can be plucked up, one at a time, for cleaning — or individually replaced, if necessary. 5. Devise a desk that goes the distance. While some might consider the bowling-alley-like dimensions a hindrance, the Novogratzes saw potential for one whopper of a workspace: basically, a 16-foot-long maple plank set atop five open-front cubes. (Striped blankets, $98 each; chevron blankets, $230 each; round floral pillow, $125; pillowcases, $52 for standard-size pair; Layla, 718-222-1933. Animal pillows, from $28;; Carpet tiles, $15.99 per tile; -

    • Christie Wagner

      hanging beds in kids' room

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