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Show us your house: Silvia's house in Buenos Aires (I)

There was a lot that nobody was encouraged to send Decoesfera images of his house, so today we are very happy because our reader Silvia He has sent us the images of his house in Buenos Aires to editors at Decoesfera.com. We started with her daughter's bedroom, for which she has recycled elements of her family's houses and joined them together to form a unique set.

In the bedroom of the little one, we see how the most outstanding piece is a canopy bed that Silvia sewed herself wearing piqué and a gender similar to the diaper of babies. As a good decoder, Silvia searched her house and found some cushions that belonged to his grandparents. They are a jewel of embroidered thread, although it does not look good in the image, with monograms. The canopy gives the room a romantic air, reinforced with pink and white textiles.

The bed, as our reader tells us, she designed it herself and he commissioned it from a blacksmith who is making bars for prisons to make sure that it will not be dismantled. Like when the girl premiered it was only 4 years old, Silvia painted a bank to climb effortlessly.

In the image above these lines, you can see the table of that room, which, as its owner tells us, is half of a library of patinated gold wood covered with a marble slab from Carrara taken from a kitchen. We see how they have taken advantage of the table not only to put the essential that we all have at hand to spend the night, but also there is a set of alarm clocks that guarantee waking up on time.

The shade of the night lamp is very original, of stars to match the ceiling lamp that is seen in the gallery. Another detail that Silvia has spoiled a lot is the canopy of the bed, on which a tulle butterfly perches that accompanies the dreams of the little girl.

On the left, you can see the girl's desk, which is an old desk collected from the street and restored by his mother. It even has the hole to put the inkwell and a shelf underneath. The chair also comes from an antique shop and Silvia restored it to suit the decoration of the rest of the room.

In the image above these lines, you have the auxiliary bed, that the girl's friends use when they sleep at Silvia's house. He tells us that he bought it in a scrap house and that it was all rusty. As you can see, our reader did a great job cleaning it and covering the holes with car putty.

I painted it white and cut out the wallpaper flowers that frame the door and the window to put them on the back and feet outside

Silvia explains how the upper cushion has stamped a dog face, specifically yours called Bernés. The padding is made of piqué and the steering wheel is of the same diaper gauze of the curtains of the main bed.

In that bedroom, there are also place for toys. Under the desk are the cribs of babies that Silvia has restored, how could it be less. The bronze has a layer of lacquer so that it does not darken and both the bedding and the mattress and the pillow also made our reader with old sheets and lace. Notice how far Silvia's mime arrives, which also made her clothes by hand.

Did you like it? I encourage you to be attentive to your screens because Silvia's house will give us more.

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