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Enviable Designs Inc.
12 Reviews
Capital Hill Residence
Most parents will agree that storage is essential. It's important to keep things your children enjoy playing with in convenient places throughout the home, especially when they are very young. I love the idea of placing these soft woven baskets
1. Add kid-size furnishings. Make your children feel comfortable and at home with furnishings sized just for them. Beanbag chairs and miniature modern playsets are great ways to introduce childlike
Beaut baskets. Most parents will agree that storage is essential. It’s important to keep things your children enjoy playing with in convenient places throughout the home, especially when they are very young. I love the idea of placing these soft woven baskets strategically
“woven bins” — lesley127
Tobi Fairley Interior Design
3 Reviews
Clear Creek Residence
Have some fun. The personality of these homeowners was injected into this room by Tobi Fairley Interior Design. "They have three children and wanted the presence of the children to be shown in a fun way throughout their home," says Tiffany Burgess, who works with Tobi Fairley. "These silhouettes, which
was cheaper then hiring an artist to paint a proper portrait. Now the silhouette has gone contemporary. Here three brightly colored silhouettes of children serve as pop art in a space that's all about pops of color.
“Coziness” — homeandhearth001
Caulfield Home
Just imagine the genius you could unleash in your children if they were given space for their ideas to blossom. This study area provides ample opportunity for them to make it their own.
There’s room to move in this children’s bedroom. The study area alone combines storage galore with plenty of desk
“Lighting, desk and drawers” — Christopher Smith
S Connors
Kids Art Studio
It is so amazing and creative of a children place. love it.
cereal boxes and package peanuts are garbage to adults but children welcome them like little found treasures.
When possible, create an open art station where children can grab supplies and create whenever they wish. For younger children, keep out less permanent objects like washable markers and pipe
“art studio” — cdpenfield
Zugai Strudwick Architects
3 Reviews
Zen's House
be boldChildren’s rooms are the easiest place to go a little crazy with colour – as long as the room is bright and fun, kids are sure to love it. These two-tone chests of drawers highlight a retro design and tie in nicely with the walls. The best thing about experimenting with colour on children’s drawers
“Small flat” — acruccetti
Jennie Hunt
Fresh Family Home
10. Bring order to toysConvincing children to keep their rooms tidy is one of the biggest challenges for parents trying to sell a house. Children’s rooms will probably be the last you check before the real estate agent arrives. Arrange soft
“book case-ish thing” — insidethebedroom
Luci.D Interiors
Summerlees - A living piece of Australian History
added by Mouhtouris and Keys when they moved in. The addition blends seamlessly with the existing home and is a fun space where the couple’s three children can hang out with friends. The pool table came with the home and was the second one ever built in Australia. Mouhtouris and Keys commissioned a pool
5. Can you grow with it? If you have young children, or are planning on adding them to your household, keep in mind that they won’t stay little for long. A room like this one can transform from a living
“the light” — tsicinski
Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders
4 Reviews
Cow Hollow Historic Home
6. Keep it simple for families with children. People with young kids are less likely to want a fixer-upper. If your target demographic is "young family with small children," it's important that your property be ready for them to move right in. Make sure the home has no unfinished projects or red flags
neighborhood is becoming a mecca for young professionals, there may be some appeal to the fixer-upper if the price is right. These younger adults without children may have the time, energy and imagination for making over an older home. Even so, the price will have to be lower than if it were picture perfect
“Carport plus Benjamin Moore's Advance is a great paint to consider. It's a hybrid of latex and oil,” — potter99
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