Sunday, 5 May 2013

Tomte på loftet!

A few months ago I posted about helping out some friends to turn their office into a fun and functional loft room for their 6 year old daughter. http://frankiewasright.blogspot.se/2013/02/snakes-and-ladders.html

Here are the results!







11 comments:

  1. Hi there,

    I'm trying (unsuccessfully) to get a contact email for you. Is this loft bed/kids room your design or did you find this somewhere else? I'm trying to contact the designer for possible placement on HGTV. Many thanks for your help!

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  2. Hey there haystack needle!
    Thank you for showing an interest in my work! Yes, I designed this room for some friends of mine in Stockholm. I've sent you a private message and look forward to hearing from you soon.

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  3. I would love to know how the railing is done on this bed.

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    1. Hi Lola,
      The railing is made of a series of balusters that are set, glued and screwed into holes (of the same shape) made in the 4" x 4" frame. It is also fixed to the wall on the far end. Having the balusters inset creates a very strong railing!

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  4. I would love to know how close this bed is to the ceiling?? Looks close. Great space. Love the IKEA cart...it is the best!!

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    1. Hi Tanna,
      The ceiling is 36" from the top of the mattress. It is close but I am 5' 9" and can sit up there quite comfortably.

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  6. Can you please email me information as well as to how to make this loft bed? I love it :)

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    1. Hi Patti, can you please email me at leighmorton@videotron.ca and we can discuss the design plans. Thanks!

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  7. Hi there, Can you also share the information with me at switchoco@hotmail.com?
    I love your design!

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