Fairy-Tale Retreat. Lacy trim, a miniature Dutch door, and a pseudo chimney and shutters supply plenty of kid-friendly charm. To help small structures fit into their surroundings, outfit playhouses with colors and details drawn from nearby buildings.
trip to Home Depot and purchased 2 1x6 boards for 12.34 and 2 packages of hinges for 4.58. We had Home depot cut the boards into 24 inch pieces. We used a scroll saw to cut the heart shapes and I gave them several coats of burgundy paint. (To do this again, I would definitely spray paint them)
Recycle that Shutter! A Creative Kid-Friendly Project for Fall
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Stylistically, we played true to original 1920s Tudor Revival, but we created more casual rooms, and we connected spaces so that the flow is easier,” says architect Dixon. “We simply designed a home that works for the way the family actually lives.” The original red brick was stained with a diluted taupe-colored paint for a more subdued and harmonious palette. Colorful, Kid-Friendly Atlanta Home | Traditional Home
I’ve admired plantation shutters from afar for years! They are classy, streamlined, and effortlessly beautiful. via Houzz Conard Romano Architects via Houzz Andrea Schumacher Interiors via Houzz Frederick + Frederick Architects via Houzz Heather Scott Home & Design via Houzz Elizabeth Reich via Houzz Rikki Snyder via Houzz My southern grandmother use to tell my … … Continue reading →