Describe your ultimate childhood bedroom

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Describe your ultimate childhood bedroom

surreptitious surreptitious
If I could have done anything to my room when I was a kid, I'd have done each of the four walls a different color (crayola red/yellow/blue/green respectively). My ceiling would have been pitch black, and I'd have had someone with a knowledge of astronomy come in with glow in the dark paint and accurately recreate the white sky. I'd have done the front of the door in chalkboard paint and and all the trim in the brightest white I could come up with. There would have been a massive cork board hanging on the back of my door from which I could suspend all my jewelery (to this day, that's the only thing that I've managed =X).

Instead of a bed, it would have been just a huge nest of colorful pillows and beanbags. I wanted blackout blinds on the window, which were to be painted with pretty things (I never really decided what) because I hated any light while I slept. I would have had a hammock hanging in one corner of the room next to a massive bookcase, and I wanted mannequins to hang all my clothes on, because I saw it in some movie and had no sense of how terrifying it would be to wake up to people-shapes watching me sleep. In my wildest dreams, sometimes I wanted a shark tank for a floor, but since I thought that everything else seemed rather achievable, it was never really a part of the plan.

There's more (I mean, I thought about this like crazy), but it probably starts to get boring after that. What about you, lovelies? Did you have grand schemes?
02/26/2013
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Chilipepper Chilipepper
I wanted a skylight so I could fall asleep while looking at the sky.
A white vanity (my size) with hooks on the wall around it for feather boas and scarves and jewelry.
A secret passageway from my room to downstairs (although one house we lived in did have a secret room off my closet, although it was probably for seasonal clothing storage).
A cat door in my door for my cat.
A round bed that would be like a very large pappasan chair.
A wall dedicated to drawing whatever I wanted on it, with the option of having it painted over when I wanted a clean work surface.
A built-in bookcase covering one whole wall for books and toys.
Lots of windows, not just the skylight. And at least one window seat.
It would have all those crazy ceiling angles that older houses up north have for their top floor rooms.
The room would be on the second or third floor, and it would face a backyard of trees (which would look pretty in the autumn), and have a gable next to my window so I can open my window and get fresh snow to eat (my babysitter actually did this at the same house with the secret closet).
02/26/2013
surreptitious surreptitious
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Originally posted by Chilipepper
I wanted a skylight so I could fall asleep while looking at the sky.
A white vanity (my size) with hooks on the wall around it for feather boas and scarves and jewelry.
A secret passageway from my room to downstairs (although one house we ...
I like that someone shares my love of drawing on the walls, though my chalkboard is rather less ambitious.
02/26/2013
Living Doll Living Doll
Hello Kitty everything!
02/26/2013
surreptitious surreptitious
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Originally posted by Living Doll
Hello Kitty everything!
Vroom vroom?

I remember seeing that on Imgur a little while back, and it led me here. Some of the things that they make in HK style (contact lenses? really?) are pretty obsessive. You could easily have customized your whole entire life, ha.
02/26/2013
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