March 26, 2009

Kids' Furniture

Here is just a sampling of the Kids' Furniture pieces that Shawn has made over the years.


This bed was lovingly made for Shawn's son when he transitioned from a crib. The sides were built up so that a bedrail would not be necessary, but so that the child could still climb in on his own. It was also handpainted to match the room's theme.




This headboard is your typical garden-variety "white-picket-fence." Perfect in any little girl's room!




This is a fort that was handpainted afterwards to resemble a castle. Tiny holes were drilled in one side in the shape of a star, and then LED lights were placed in each hole.




This loft bed was made by reconstructing the fort. It was then repainted to give it a more grown-up feel. The child still has a hide-away under the bed!


6 comments:

  1. that is so cool

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  2. What beautiful, quality work. It is all fabulous, but I adore the mirror and the picket headboard!

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  3. looks fantastic!
    thanks for the quote for the mission style headboard/footboard!

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  4. I really love the loft bed! What a great idea!

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