Teen Bedroom Redo
Anne and Owen Miller want to remodel their daughter Courtney's room into a more mature space, but still appropriate for her age. How will the designers propose to house a ton of teenage treasures in such a small space?
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After meeting with all the designers, the Millers choose Diane Kremer to redo their daughter's room. Kremer creates a clutter-free zone for Courtney that will be comfortable now and for years to come. Courtney loves her new platform bed. She has so many storage cabinets that she actually doesn't have enough stuff to fill them. And her clothes and CDs finally fit in her room so she doesn't have to go downstairs to get them. Chairs on the balcony allow her to enjoy the outside, and blackout shades allow her to block out the light when she wants to sleep late. A few of Courtney's pictures add a personal touch that make the room all her own.
custom cabinets - Mellor Fine Woodworking
closet system - Starr Construction
paint (wall color: Cliff’s View; trim: Cottage White semi-gloss) - Dunn-Edwards
carpet (Royalty Boucle Carpet #6518 Almond) - Floor Club of Monterey
candles, baskets, frames, racks for DVD’s, surface lighting in cabinets - IKEA
boxes, baskets - Cost Plus World Market
retro clock, beige throw - The Woodenickel
sheets, blanket - The Company Store
organic tray, platform bed, headboard, side tables - West Elm
folding chairs (Laguna) - Ambiente
See the transformation of an unremarkable yellow bedroom of an 11-year-old girl into a whimsical, colorful room with features...