8,552 Child Home Design Photos

Vanessa Francis
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Child's bookcase
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Here a child’s bookcase has been turned
Here a child’s bookcase has been
Bookcases. Here a child’s bookcase has been turned into a microdesign statement, just because its back wall has been painted. You can do this with any bookcase, even one in
6. Bookcases. Here a child’s bookcase has been turned into a microdesign statement, just because its back wall has been painted. You can do this with any bookcase, even one in
“bookcase for kid's rooms” — aguia2
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Birdie's Nest
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Beatrix Potter Mackenzie Childs tea set
fancy tea party. MacKenzie-Childs tea set pieces inspired the black and white accents on the china cabinet and checkerboard painted floor. Steve Marchand painted the floors, the stripes on the walls and the clouds.
The family are big fans of Beatrix Potter and MacKenzie-Childs. The interiors are inspired
“Storage” — kathipelham
Jeanette Lunde
Dining room & birtday
Ideabooks1,678
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hosting your child's birthday party, you could include on the invitation a note stating that in lieu of gifts for your child, you'll be collecting new toys for the local shelter and giving them in your child's name. You could have a collection basket at the front door to collect the toys. Your child will have
depriving your child — or them — of the joy of gift giving and receiving. The opposite is true. You’re actually trying to find unique and special ways to do both. I often suggest that parents have a conversation with family members to explain that instead of a new build-a-bear outfit, your child would really
“nichole” — luv88prpl
Amory Brown
Richmond, 1930's refurbishment
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The wallpaper in this child’s bedroom has a very subtle spitfire aeroplane motif, but because of the soft green shade and understated pattern, it doesn’t feel too ‘childish’ and shouldn’t date too quickly.
the walls of a child’s bedroom. The beauty of green, too, is that it’s gender neutral and works equally well in a girl’s or boy’s room. Just add in another colour and the green really comes to life.
cranny and allow you to tailor it to your child’s needs. This wall of built-in units cleverly wraps around the bed, utilising dead space up by the ceiling. It has cupboards above, a wardrobe on one side and open shelves on the other, but might equally have been designed to incorporate a desk.Check out these
“grey carpet” — alfin68
CWB Architects
Bergen Street Residence
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play mats or rugs can work just as well on hardwood floors. Having a play mat also gives your child an assigned surface to play on. Mats can be stored under beds or rolled up, which is helpful if your child's play space is shared with another room.
the cutout openings, longer bottom step and change in ceiling height combine to create a unique open yet clearly defined passageway, with space for a child’s playroom.
Experiment in a play space. Speaking of more casual spaces, try out a new hue in a child's bedroom or playroom. Your little ones will have strong opinions and brilliant ideas about color you may not have thought of.
4. Pay attention to comfort and style. While you want your child's play space to be clean, you don't want it to be sterile. Add color and texture, and make it a comfortable space to hang out in. Choose flooring that's
“play area ideas” — chandlerlund
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
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Marina Home
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letting go of your child’s work, remember that to kids, it is much more about the process than the product. It’s OK to keep a few pieces that best represent who your child was at each age and stage, and let the rest go.If you have a big backlog of artwork to go through, enlist your child’s help to pick favorites
portfolio or lidded plastic bin.If you have old 3D projects that are too big to store or are too fragile to keep long-term, snap a picture of your child posing with the project, put the photo in an album and toss out the project itself.Control Kid Stuff the Sane Way — Artwork-Managing Strategies
“wrap around desk with fun colors for family room” — hokunani
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Tiny House
Ideabooks5,203
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when parents used to tell their kids go play outside until dinner, if you are a parent today, it’s likely you would love to find a way to reduce your child’s screen time and increase time in the great outdoors. You can begin by providing a safe outdoor area for your little ones to explore. Having large
when parents used to tell their kids go play outside until dinner, if you are a parent today, it’s likely you would love to find a way to reduce your child’s screen time and increase time in the great outdoors. You can begin by providing a safe outdoor area for your little ones to explore. Having large
“Fence around garden” — viviandevos
Shelley Gardea
Green Walls and Pops of Color for a Fun Kid Room
Ideabooks7,347
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Nurture problem solving and invention. Sometimes your child's Legos seem like they're just a loose collection of annoying pieces to step on in the hallway or suck up into your vacuum cleaner. But these tiny toys actually go a long way toward helping your child come up with creative solutions to problems. Add
Nurture problem solving and invention. Sometimes your child's Legos seem like they're just a loose collection of annoying pieces to step on in the hallway or suck up into your vacuum cleaner. But these tiny toys actually go a long way toward helping your child come up with creative solutions to problems. Add
“Rug” — selbycopeland
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