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the new children's products on the market, plus the wealth of ideas on home design websites like Houzz and in other media, we now have some incredible resources at our fingertips. Don't be afraid to extend your style into your child's room. We spend a lot of time in our children's rooms, especially when
decorating children's spaces? Challenges? Tips? What works for you?More Decorate With Intention: Create a Vision for Your HomeMore:Kids' Bedrooms: Amp Up the PlayfulnessKids at Work: A Kids' Office Space in Your Home
with your children, toss out any broken toys or ones with missing parts and select the ones they've outgrown — those are all the ones going into your donate box. I find that the fewer toys my kids have, the more they play with them."
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natural production of melatonin, a hormone that regulates sleep cycles and sexual development and may even help prevent cancer. A few things to consider about lighting: The darker the room, the better you sleep. You should not be able to see your hand after you turn off the lights. Be aware of light
banned in children's products.A few things to consider about wallpaper:Natural finishes such as plaster and milk or limewash paints are great alternatives to wallpaper.Even wall coverings made from natural materials can have PVC coatings for durability. If it’s not clear whether the wall covering you’re
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around children? Does is come VOC free?
giving children the freedom and flexibility to spread out and play with abandon can be liberating for them. Use cubbies, storage bins and other organizers to keep the mess under wraps when playtime is done. But every now and then, embrace the chaos!
for your children's playthings. When children have a place to call their own, they tend to migrate there.
cupboard that children can climb intoChild-height activity table and chairsComfy rugBaskets or bins of toys or art suppliesPlay kitchen
5. Tidy up kids' spaces. Even though it might not stay clean for long, it's worthwhile to make the effort and get your children's play space under control before the holidays
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their children on fabric selection and style. Have a wonderful weekend!
their children on finish selections and style. Please email us at email@example.com for pricing information. Hope this helps! Have a wonderful day!
their children to customize most of the furniture, fabrics, colors and artwork through trade-only partners. Wall paint: In Your Eyes, Benjamin Moore
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Harlem Residence Children's Room
young children, we designed a single large bedroom with a sliding wall of Douglas fir. Half of the space can be configured as a playroom, with the children sleeping on the other side. The playroom can also function as a guest room. Photo by Ofer Wolberger
of the product, and can it be reused or recycled? An important part of going green is thinking about our impact on future generations. Is the product in question high quality and built to last? And where will it go when it reaches the end of its usefulness? Some materials (such as wood and metals) can
Other products, like Flor carpet tiles, can be sent back to the manufacturer through a recycling program.
They will not create acoustic privacy. As gorgeous as these modern extra-wide doors are, the sounds of children playing are sure to be heard in the adjacent spaces. That's not so good if you're
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Children’s rooms are great places to have some fun, and stripes are the perfect outlet. Start with a white background and paint three extra wide stripes in different colors. Your kids will have the coolest bedroom in the neighborhood.
The bright colors of this eclectic children's bedroom reflect
bright children's room. I love the way this designer has played with horizontal stripes, squares, and circles here. Why not add a light that's a cut off sphere?
another children’s space infused with the candy-corn color scheme. If an entire wall in yellow or orange seems too much, consider stripes. When combined with and separated by cooler colors, the brightness will not only be toned down, but the stripes themselves will create more dimension, which is particularly
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like the children's play area built into landscape
where children can let their imaginations run free. Build traditional elements, such as slides or tubes, into natural topography, or build up the soil to create hills and valleys.2. Let kids take a risk. Children test and repeat skills until they have mastered them, beginning at an early age. Parents
way of children’s “risky” play and complex challenges. A child’s ability to understand and manage risk is essential to development, and naturalized environments can be adjusted to suit the child. Consider introducing climbing walls, hills or trees into a playscape.
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subflooring product painted in a no-VOC floor paint by Ecos.
The loft overlooks the living space and has beds and a dedicated playspace for children. The floor is a subflooring product painted in a no-VOC floor paint by Ecos. "This paint comes in fun colors
Subflooring product painted in a no-VOC...a great way to finish an attic
for the children's bedroom and play space. Not only does the blue stand out from the white walls, but it reinforces the importance of this plane for kids. (My daughter plays with everything on the floor.)
playspace for children. The floor is a subflooring product painted in a no-VOC floor paint by Ecos. "This paint comes in fun colors and is a great way to finish an attic space," says Horowitz.Floor paint: Gualala, Ecos PaintsMore:Houzz Tour: Contemporary Charm in IowaHouzz Tour: Contemporary Home, Heated and