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Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Markus and Lilly Neubauer
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that it may just take more time. There is, however, a way to speed this process along: Use your home more. Invite friends over for dinner. Host your child’s birthday party at home instead of going out. Have the family over for a holiday celebration. As you create new memories in your home, it will become
that it may just take more time. There is, however, a way to speed this process along: Use your home more. Invite friends over for dinner. Host your child’s birthday party at home instead of going out. Have the family over for a holiday celebration. As you create new memories in your home, it will become
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Smith & Vansant Architects PC
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Summer Lake House
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Architects Smith & Vansant designed this simple solution for a child’s bedroom in a summer house in Vermont. As they put it, “Those are just beds over drawers — box spring and mattress over custom drawers.”
Architects Smith & Vansant designed this simple solution for a child’s bedroom in a summer house in Vermont. As they put it, “Those are just beds over drawers — box spring and mattress over custom drawers.” They’re just
Architects Smith & Vansant designed this simple solution for a child’s bedroom in a summer house in Vermont. As they put it, “Those are just beds over drawers — box spring and mattress over custom drawers.” They’re just
“Paint color dijon” — pf7743
Jeanette Lunde
Dining room & birtday
Ideabooks1,732
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hosting your child's birthday party, you could include on the invitation a note stating that in lieu of gifts for your child, you'll be collecting new toys for the local shelter and giving them in your child's name. You could have a collection basket at the front door to collect the toys. Your child will have
depriving your child — or them — of the joy of gift giving and receiving. The opposite is true. You’re actually trying to find unique and special ways to do both. I often suggest that parents have a conversation with family members to explain that instead of a new build-a-bear outfit, your child would really
“butterflies!” — applesauce610
Enviable Designs Inc.
12 Reviews
Capital Hill Residence
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Place a few storage bins in other rooms of the house where your child plays to make cleaning faster and less of a hassle. Having smaller bins will encourage kids to put their toys in when they're done, and take them to
other rooms of the house where your child plays to make cleaning faster and less of a hassle. Having smaller bins will encourage kids to put their toys in when they're done, and take them to their playroom or bedroom later. Tell us: How have you organized your child's toys? What are your tips for keeping
in the comments below!More: Fantasy Kids' RoomsKids' Bedrooms: Amp Up the PlayfulnessGuest Picks: Playroom PerfectionHelp! I'm a Minimalist and My Child is a Maximalist
“Rangement pour les jouets” — Christine Sanchez Gaspard
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
23 Reviews
Marina Home
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letting go of your child’s work, remember that to kids, it is much more about the process than the product. It’s OK to keep a few pieces that best represent who your child was at each age and stage, and let the rest go.If you have a big backlog of artwork to go through, enlist your child’s help to pick favorites
portfolio or lidded plastic bin.If you have old 3D projects that are too big to store or are too fragile to keep long-term, snap a picture of your child posing with the project, put the photo in an album and toss out the project itself.Control Kid Stuff the Sane Way — Artwork-Managing Strategies
“Office idea” — Lindsey Ganas
Hage Creative
Private Residence
Ideabooks1,818
Questions2
Fort making was one of my favorite games as a child, and the best forts were almost always made with bedsheets and piles of pillows.
Love this ceiling idea for child's room
Fort making was one of my favorite games as a child, and the best forts were almost always made with bedsheets and piles of pillows. This magical draped ceiling evokes the adventures of Arabian nights
Fort making was one of my favorite games as a child, and the best forts were almost always made with bedsheets and piles of pillows.This magical draped ceiling evokes the adventures of Arabian nights
Arabian nights. Making forts was one of my favourite games as a child, and the best forts were almost always made with bedsheets and piles of pillows.This magical draped ceiling evokes the adventures of Arabian nights
“Love the ceiling fabric. Awesome idea” — kennylc
CWB Architects
Bergen Street Residence
Ideabooks26,289
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
“공간의 분리를 통한 활동 분리” — jinwoo0414
elle design
1 Review
Colour Burst
Ideabooks22,322
Questions4
fun factor to any child’s bedroom or playroom.Find out more brilliant ways to use chalkboard paint
Tip for kids who can’t read yet: Make labels that include both the word and a simple drawing or photograph of the item inside. Having a print-rich environment will help your child begin to recognize
dresser, consider this imaginative solution. Painting an otherwise nondescript piece with chalkboard paint allows the drawers to be labeled for each child while easily accommodating changes. Benjamin Moore offers explicit instructions on how to work with chalkboard paint.
dresser, consider this imaginative solution. Painting an otherwise nondescript piece with chalkboard paint allows the drawers to be labelled for each child while easily accommodating changes.
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