Pirate Ship Kid’s Room
American designer Steve Kuhl from Minnesota and his studio Kuhl Design Build have designed a cool Pirate Ship kid’s room design for a 6 year-old. The cool kid’s bedroom is in blue color scheme with fish and sharks drawn on the walls to imitate water. The ship-shaped construction is built under the ceiling with the crow’s nest, rope bridge that can sustain a grown adult, and a two-story hidden slide into the closet.
The Pirate Ship kid’s room also has a wrought-iron jail where the misbehaving shipmates or little sisters can be locked.
A full grown man crosses the rope bridge into the ship. The rope bridge is connected to the top of the jail cell, built to accommodate evil doers, thieves and little sisters.
As with many of the things we build, this is was a first. Ultimately we derive great satisfaction out of overcoming odd design challenges. It’s sort of like that good pain you feel the day after a heavy workout.
We constructed the crows nest using a ten inch hand-hewn timber for extra strength. Not seen here is a bed where important friends may get to sleep.
We used 2×12 ribs to construct the hull of the ship, covering them with layers of 1/2 inch plywood to act as the planking. Our genius faux finisher developed a bomb-proof blend of plaster and epoxy with integrated coloring to simulate an old ship’s hull.
Looks like a great way to decorate a kid’s room.
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