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Mercedes Corbell Design + Architecture
Mercedes Corbell
i need a work space like this for my kitchen
Can you share the name of the artist? The colors are perfect for my space! Thank you!!
Purple. Purple isn't always the first choice for interior decorating — outside of children's spaces — but when used smartly and sparingly, it can add an elegant element of surprise to modern or traditional spaces.
Purple isn't always the first choice for interior decorating — outside of children's spaces — but when used smartly and sparingly, it can add an elegant element of surprise to modern or traditional spaces.
Purple isn't always the first choice for interior decorating — outside of children's spaces — but when used smartly and sparingly, it can add an elegant element of surprise to modern or traditional spaces
“purple used smart and sparingly” — louiejuly
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
Miami Townhouse
reference for my measurements. Measuring from top of the door down 16" = orange stripe; measuring from top of the baseboard up 18" = yellow stripe; 2" space = white; 6" blue.
These horizontal stripes even make the space look significantly larger!
Here’s 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
but the stripes themselves will create more dimension, which is particularly helpful in smaller spaces. Add in a yellow ceiling that mimics a sunny sky, and who wouldn’t want to wake up to that?
Children’s rooms are great places to have some fun, and stripes are the perfect outlet. Start with a white
“Room paint” — sowmiarajagopal
Rethink Design Studio
3 Reviews
Sleeping Loft - Dormers
Island in Savannah, GA. Behind the white flowing curtains are built in beds each adorned with a nautical reading light and built-in hideaway niches. The space is light and airy with painted gray floors, all white walls, old rustic beams and headers, wood paneling, tongue and groove ceilings, dormers, vintage
Bolster pillows instead of headboard to save space
Clean your room with color. Children's spaces and musty guest rooms can get a refreshing update with a healthy dose of white and an invigorating infusion of yellow. Ground the look with dark
with baking soda and let it sit for 15 minutes to remove any odours.Deodorise your wardrobe by placing an opened box of baking soda on a shelf.Clean children’s toys with the aforementioned basic mixture and a sponge. Rinse and let them dry.Deodorise stuffed animals with a light dusting of baking soda;
“bright yellow room” — booshigirl
Kathryn Long, ASID
9 Reviews
Ramble House
The room width is about 7'. And thanks for your nice comments. The clients obviously really use this space. The have three children and it's an active household! Kathryn
I'm not sure what the height of the hooks are. There are two different heights in each section for the various items the children have. But, I do believe they are at a "kid friendly" height.
Like the lockers- space for shoes
Big spaces. Lots of hooks.
combo lock on outsde door for kid keyless entry hooks, open space for boots/shoes better than drawer
5. Storage. When you're trying to organize individual spaces for the smaller members of the family, a special piece of their artwork can be great visual reminder for whose cubby is whose.Design tip: Jazz up a children's space by framing art from their favorite books. Imagine a series of Dr. Seuss images
“boot bench” — amymos
Kate Jackson Design
6 Reviews
Kids Room
chime in.Tell us: What are your thoughts on 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 all 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
comes to purging the toy basket, Tsh Oxenreider (pronounced "Tish") from Simple Mom recommends the following steps: "Sort through the toys 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
“blue color” — omexus
6 Reviews
Ford Street Girls Room
especially appropriate in children's spaces, where a never-ending cycle of imaginative artwork calls for display.
Remember to de-clutterMake small spaces look bigger by keeping them clutter free. Here, built-in cupboards, shelves and a desk area make great use of space, providing plenty of storage
Children's shelf/desk
Small space, big on function
Study Space...Girls study space...Reading space
“Built in desk” — blahblah4
Wind and Willow Home
Eden Prairie Home
anything and everything has taken over Pinterest, so it's only natural to bring this school-like decoration into a kids playroom. Black walls transform a space as it is and a chalkboard will encourage creativity.
Love the storage spaces and chalk wall
little time arranging your child's bedroom or playspace, and you may save yourself a lot of time picking up their toys and junk later. Organizing children's spaces isn't just about making them look good — you need to make sure the kids know how to keep them neat and tidy, too. 24. 5 Ways to Keep Toys Tidy25
Do encourage creativityChildren love writing on walls, so instead of hanging expensive wallpaper, try covering one wall of the playroom with blackboard paint. It will hopefully encourage
“Love the blackboard wall” — jacquie_moloney
Shelley Gardea
A Loft for Legos and Hours of Fun
good for lego and lots of space
Likes a high space. Doesn't like wallpaper
Walk in wardrobe with sitting space above to chill
Interesting idea if 10 foot ceilings in bedroom - hang out space above the closet, regular bed (not bed over desk), desk elsewhere in room.
a dedicated "Lego fun zone." It's a win-win space for both the kids and parents, since the toys and other works-in-progress don't need to be put away, and the adults don't see a visual explosion of toys on the floor.
Decorating older children's spaces can be a challenge. This bold wallpaper is a
“mirror” — 2 B Designed
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