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My childhood bedroom was not my ideal bedroom, but nonetheless I had great memories of it. My childhood bedroom was in Aruba, it was a brand new house that my parents built and it already came decorated for us with walnut paneled walls and a creamy yellow boucle window treatment. I had to share the room with my brother, and had no say in how I wanted to decorate my bedroom, or in furniture choices. The piece of furniture that I really wanted was a bunk bed. I thought that a bunk bed was the coolest thing ever, that we could climb up and down the bed. Sadly my mom opposed it. She thought is was dangerous for us kids. So I grew up with no bunk bed, but with walnut wood panels.
If I could have decorated my room it would look more like this:
Just love the simplicity of this bedroom, and my favorite, Bunk beds.
Adore the color combination.
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