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Sterling Road AdditionStandard Creative
I wanted to ask a question. What do you use to hang the art?
ever-changing display space for the child artist in residence.
Trim designates a kid art gallery. Cute. Also love the trunk
Why it works: It offers an ever-changing display space for the child artist in residence.
Molding frame for kids art wall playroom
2. Make a giant bulletin board. Mega inspiration board or supersize display space for your child’s art? You decide. Get cork, available in rolls at most home improvement stores, and affix it to your wall with finishing nails. While you’re at the store, have some molding cut to fit and use that as a frame
paneling.Why it works: It offers an ever-changing display space for the child artist in residence.
Happy Glamorous Girls BedroomStephanie Lake, PhD
framed art and Pier 1 swing chair
Speaking of kids, you may want to let your child have a hanging chair in his or her own room. Such a cozy spot could encourage reading.
Hanging a child's art in her own room can be a great final touch to the room design. It's easy to do, and affordable
ready-made frames are often on sale. Consider changing out the drawings as new favorites are created to help the room evolve with the child as she grows. Next: More images of art in home design
Master Bathroom, Village Townhouse, New York CityVanni Archive/Architectural Photography
So cute and compact. Love the child's art on the ledge
dry quickly, resist mold and are long enough to cover the length of the tub. Also, prepare all bathing equipment prior to bathing and never leave a child alone in bathtub — even for one minute. Tubs filled with as little as 1 inch of water can present a drowning hazard for babies.
Love the art for the bathroom
Child-like art. Children's art is a fun choice for the bath. In this bright white room, it adds a fun burst of color. All that seems to be missing from the image is a
dry quickly, resist mold and are long enough to cover the length of the tub.Also, prepare all bathing equipment prior to bathing and never leave a child alone in bathtub — even for one minute. Tubs filled with as little as 1 inch of water can present a drowning hazard for babies.
Hallway with Kids Artwork DisplayedEmily A. Clark
Wall art above coat hangers - cute idea in the entrance
Kids Art shown off in the mudroom for all to admire
i like the family art framed
Love displaying the kids art work.
the idea of kids art in mudroom
collection of art on limited wallspace
children's art and writing was sorted. If only gluing was involved, I was able to part with it, but if it was personal writing, especially if it said, "Mama, I love you," it automatically went into the "keep" box.Family portraits the children drew were also dear to me. I loved seeing each child's vision
Whisper Rock ResidenceTate Studio Architects
Vessel with Hook | Horizon Art
Looks like Meltdown Glass Art & Design, located in Tempe
with the heavy beams overhead. The homeowners wanted their unique art pieces to be the room's focal point, instead of the fireplace, which they use a few months out of the year. So Tate affixed beam ends to the wall for easy, changeable art displays. A curved concrete and glass bar creates a hangout area
Dallas, TX: Scott & MelissaSarah Greenman
How and where can I buy the materials for the art hanging rail?
Where can you buy the clips that are hanging from the cable to hold the art?
re down kids' art. Your child's artwork can be a treasured keepsake, but don't feel like you have to keep every single thing. Choose a protective container (art portfolios and document boxes work
definitely need cool places for art
work well) and fill it with your favorite pieces. Taking digital photos of the surplus art and compiling them in a photo book is a great way to preserve memories while saving space. You can also upcycle your child's art into cards, gift wrap or laminated placemats.
Pare down kids' art. Your child's artwork can be a treasured keepsake, but don't feel like you have to keep every single thing. Choose a protective container (art portfolios and document boxes work well) and fill it with your favorite pieces. Taking digital photos of the surplus art and compiling them
Child's BedroomLauren Liess Interiors
Where did you get the wall art from?
deathbed, trundle for sleepovers, frames for child's art
wall art idea-art was from childrens book
Love the bed and wall art
big boy room. I like the natural fiber window covering and the art wall.
it a great space for parents to relax while reading or playing with their child, but it can also be a good transition bed after the crib. Houzz users also bookmarked this photo for the kelly green textiles and the fun wall art.
Create a space where they can dream. If beside the window is the best position for your child's bed, dress your windows in double layers to delay the sunrise. Comfortable bedding and blackout window treatments help your wee ones to get a good
Across the room, the big boy bed also serves as a cozy daybed.See the rest of this homeMore bedrooms that grow with your child
Classic LivingSicora Design/Build
Like idea of changing art. But I would use white frames and white cork board
Hold an art opening and invite the neighbors. Kids can really get excited about planning an event like this! It lends importance to the work they are doing, especially if you really get into the spirit. Hang up your child’s artwork in frames or from old wooden
The art room (need more seating )
Cork inside large frames for kid-art
4. Install a messy area. Speaking of arts and crafts, is there a space in your home where your kids are free to get a little (or a lot) messy? Messy activities such as painting, play dough and sand and water play can be deeply engaging to children — but they can be hard to contain. Try creating a special
Emidio's RoomFrom House to Home
The wall may use some art lights!
Wall art. It's the little boys own art work
I love the framed art
love art and bunting
Banners and wall art
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My Houzz: Steve and Amber FrazeeAngela Flournoy
love the collection of art on the wall
Wall art floor to ceiling and tree table
10. Find art that takes you to a happy placeIf art is likely to give you more pleasure than photos, adorn your entrance area with a changing display of your current favourites. Keep
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Greenview Private ResidenceCOOK ARCHITECTURAL Design Studio
framed art work in kids area
blame frames on art pics
Putting art in staircase
Carefully selecting a few favorite masterpieces and hanging them as in an art gallery will add a level of sophistication to your children's artwork.
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