We have both Elfa and Rubbermaid closet systems, and I personally like the Elfa better. You don't have to cut down any components yourself, it comes with all the needed hardware and installation directions. Its also easier to plan what you need using their online planner and speaking to their planning specialists by phone. Elfa gives you more options (solid vs vented, colors, etc.) and looks a little nicer. Rubbermaid is fine for the laundry room, but I would use Elfa again for my bedroom closets, its worth the extra investment.
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My favorite element is the rug, its colorful and cheerful without being too babyish. Where is it from? The custom bunk bed turned out beautifully.
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How about stringing them into a hanging mobile?
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This is our powder room, thanks to Jen Levy for the design! To answer a few questions: the room is a tiny powder room, we wanted to preserve space and didn't need much storage. There is a reclaimed wood shelf in the room for storage needs that you can't see from these pics (there's a pic of it on Jen's website). No need for counter space, since the sink area is only used for hand washing - there are towel hooks above the toilet. The sliding door in the pic hides our tiny laundry area. The hardware its hung on is for barn doors and was quite affordable - you can ask Jen directly where to get it. We love this room now and it functions perfectly for us! She made the most of a very compact space.
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