21,777 baby child Home Design Photos

Spazio Rosso
6 Reviews
Room to Dream Foundation 2013
Ideabooks1,860
Questions2
Word play. This map is all the more mesmerising with its creative take on nation labels – your child will be able to name and locate more countries than you can in no time.
Child bedroom
“Map” — harry04
Faulding Architecture
2 Reviews
Children's Bedroom
Ideabooks1,400
Questions0
it is warm and the ideal room for a child, especially a girl just love it!!
child bedroom
“Printed dsk” — alkenm
Just a Girl
Just a Girl
Ideabooks3,656
Questions4
Perfect for a child that shares time between parent's homes...leave notes for each other, the excitement will be limitless and the outlet to connect while your child is at their other parent's is priceless!!
“Perfect for a child that shares time between parent's homes...leave notes for each other, the excite” — Marty Bullock
Designing Domesticity
Big Girl Room
Ideabooks3,790
Questions5
love the personalized initials on the door of a child's room
7. On the bedroom door. A name on the door is often a design move for a child's room, but a sophisticated monogram works for adults, too.
“Faldón” — cmbz
StudioLAB, LLC
1 Review
Tribeca Loft
Ideabooks64
Questions1
renovation. The existing apartment was plagued with awkward spaces, limited natural light and an outdated décor. It was also lacking the required third child’s bedroom desperately needed for their newly expanded family. StudioLAB aimed for a fluid open-plan layout in the larger public spaces while creating
“Exact dining set I want!” — ldwillis
MintSix Boutique Homewares & Styling
Residential Interior Design Project
Ideabooks1,250
Questions0
Keep it cool for kidsSearching for a scheme for a child’s room that is playful, but not in stereotypical pink or blue? Graphic stripes are a great solution, keeping things lively, on trend and gender neutral
“Elle room” — jacquelynj
Pascoe Interiors
Quickswood
Ideabooks99
Questions0
wraps, lest it be discovered by the wrong person. Try stashing your supplies somewhere that they won’t be discovered, anywhere from baskets in your child’s room to old boxes under the stairs.
“Again like the shelves” — tvhorton81
Annette Tatum
Tent
Ideabooks4,633
Questions3
Create a Secret Club House or Hideaway. Being a kid is a lot of fun! But it also takes a lot of energy. Create a secret space for your child to retreat to when they need a moment alone, away from the busy outdoor play world. Depending on the layout of your backyard, this could be a hammock
“tee pee” — llgoyen
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