12,449 child safety Home Design Photos

V.I.Photography & Design
4 Reviews
Pools
Ideabooks540
Questions3
Is the safety net easy to get on and off?
Is that a safety system?
They use this just for a safety cover. no need for a winter cover the pool is used year round. I don't know the manufacture.
pool area safety net you can walk on
Swimming pool net safety
Safety net...Cool safety net...safety net...Safety netting...Pool Safety Net
“ONLY THE PLANTS AROUND THE ARCHES NOT THE POOL ETC” — carolpko
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CWB Architects
Bergen Street Residence
Ideabooks25,412
Questions7
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
“Love that little walk in library. It is my favourite part of this room” — Noah
Soorikian Architecture
6 Reviews
Druid Hills Renovation New Children's Bedroom in Attic
Ideabooks19,205
Questions7
For a child, a bedroom is more than just a place to sleep. It is a place to do schoolwork, listen to music, play games, sprawl on the floor, rough-house, read,
change often, so use accessories that can be easily replaced when interest wanes. What you want is a room that both meets your needs and pleases your child.
A great way to make the shared space personal to each child is to let them pick the colors for the walls nearest their bed, and to pick the color of their bedding.
identical. Color is a great way to let each child dictate the look of his or her personal space.
The fact that children inhabit the same bedroom does not mean that they love the same colours. A great way to make the shared space personal to each child is to let them pick the colours for the walls
“Coll” — makayla2000
Standard Creative
2 Reviews
Sterling Road Addition
Ideabooks2,501
Questions4
Exhibitionist. Framed with molding and painted white, this ordinary corkboard became sophisticated paneling. Why it works: It offers an ever-changing display space for the child artist in residence
with molding and painted white, this ordinary corkboard became sophisticated paneling. Why it works: It offers an ever-changing display space for the child artist in residence.
corkboard framed with white panelling used for display of child art
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
“whole wall becomes a frame” — ashleyevergreen
Hobus Homes
4 Reviews
Child Bedroom
Ideabooks51,020
Questions19
feature an indoor sports court that your child helped to design? A theater where your kids and their friends watch their favorite videos? A rock-climbing wall, waterslide, tree house bunk-beds or any other amazing custom feature? If so, we’d love to have you and your child be considered to host an episode of
What child wouldn’t be enchanted by this sparkling celestial bedroom? Filled with hand-painted and ceiling-suspended planets, moons, comets and other otherworldly objects, it’s a dream come true for an aspiring astronomer or astronaut.
“Great boys space bedroom” — Susan Newsome
Alicia Ventura Interior Design
Alicia Ventura, Interior Design
Ideabooks79,624
Questions18
VERY VERY SWEET - AND DELICATE - LITTLE CHILD MUST BE HAPPY : TO FEEL LIKE SPECIAL IN TOUCH WITH BOTH NATURE & CULTURE - GREAT COLORS FOR GROWN UP - PARENTS - THE COLOR - SCHEME COULD BE ALL GREY
Whimsical fun. Shelving as charming as this will bring any child’s bedroom to life. Put your own creativity to work or make it a family project – matching the paint colour used in the tree branches to the shelving
a kids room with a theme that doesn't feel cheesy or over the top. While this design is simple, it's still playful and bright enough to cheer up a child's playroom.
“Tree shelf” — reneewyzy1
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Tyler & Crispin Deneault
Ideabooks3,854
Questions5
I would call very child friendly. So my design plan has been to decorate our space with things that can be replaced, changed out or moved to another room.”Paint: Smoked Tan, Behr; shelves: Expedit, Ikea
Day 3: Deep clean.Cleaning tasks: Hopefully after Days 1 and 2, your child’s room will be less
treatments and floors, and behind the furniture and inside the closet.If your child has asthma or allergies, consider renting or purchasing a sanitizing steam cleaner to remove allergens from floors, rugs and even toys.Have your child help you give all of the hard plastic toys a “bath” in dishpans filled with
“toy storage” — mdcrab78
Amplio
Girl bed room
Ideabooks10,165
Questions7
Cute bedroom that looks like a child actually lives in or could.
easy-clean kids' crafts table. Have a scrap of oilcloth left over from covering your big table? Use it to make an ideal easy-clean surface for a pint-size child's table.
easy-clean kids' crafts table. Have a scrap of oilcloth left over from covering your big table? Use it to make an ideal easy-clean surface for a pint-size child's table. With either the big or small version, you can always pry off the staples and change the fabric when you want to refresh the look.
same page with you. I say it all the time, but let me reiterate: Children don't need to be bombarded with stuff to be joyful. The bright and beautiful child's room pictured here is actually rather diminutive, but it's airy, inspiring, colorful and well organized. It's more than large enough for dreaming
“Evi” — theisslife
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