18,646 cool room stuff for kids Home Design Photos

Incorporated
Bohemian Apartment Boys Room
Ideabooks29,544
Questions17
I was wondering if there is anything to prevent the kids from falling out of the bunks? Is there a hidden safety rail that pulls out?
Beautiful room! How many square feet is it?
im only 11 and would love that room but the only thing i live in newzealand
All of the cool beds because they are in cool places
Another great space for the kids!
Wow. Kids would love to share this space.
ladder built into wall for two kids.
Super fun loft beds. What kid wouldn't enjoy living here!
So cool! Beck bedroom when older?
Designing and building the boys’ bunk beds proved challenging for the team because of the room’s angled wall. And the boys wanted not just two but four beds. The contractor built components of the bunk beds offsite and then assembled the pieces in the boys’ room later
“black b” — jfd7777
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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TRG Architects
7 Reviews
Teen Boy's Bedroom
Ideabooks23,387
Questions16
Well done room, lucky kid. Have some glass front cabinets I'd like to give a more organic look to. What is the materials you incorporated into the door and drawer fronts?
What size is this room? Do you know the dimension?
Where did you find the curtains? I'm having a hard time finding curtains for my teen son's room.
TRG can you post a floor plan of this room with all of the dimensions and stuff?
Indirect lighting is great - fun for a boys room
a baseball room for a guy! baseball pictures everywhere, a big built in desk! this is a man cave
the change of color on back wall shelves...maybe Z's room add fabric panels
I like the lighted desk and how the desk has a lot of room. plus I like the furry rug.
“Desk” — sjsjs
Organized Living
Children's Closets
Ideabooks8,028
Questions4
Don't need tons of room for cool storage
Special case: Kidsstuff. When a child’s room is overflowing with stuff, it’s hard to focus on any one thing, and pretty soon all of those lovingly chosen toys become just part of the mess. Setting space constraints is a smart way to handle this situation. Dedicate certain shelves, plus perhaps a toy
When a bin or shelf begins to overflow, or you notice that stuff is piling up on the floor (because it has nowhere else to go), take that as a cue to give something away.
Make use of boxesStorage boxes are must-have ingredients in any kid’s room, perfect for holding pieces of Lego, bricks, cars, you
“Kids storage” — sabgiuliano
Cottage Home, Inc.
2 Reviews
LakeBridge Seven
Ideabooks10,633
Questions7
Fun bunk room with sitting area for gaming on the TV.
What size is the room? Thanks
What size is the room and what size is the area the beds are in?
Thanks for asking - this is a great room! Unfortunately, these fixtures came from Pottery Barn Kids and are no longer available. However, lighting companies do often follow trends. If you contact a local lighting showroom
Thanks for asking! This room is incredible and one of houzz.com's most viewed bunk rooms. The color in this room is Benjamin Moore: Aqua Marina (816) in the Classic Colors. It's fun and cheery, but not overwhelming. We carried this color into the attached wash room, so you can see the color in
Oh, I could see where you need a bunk room of this caliber! This room was actually custom designed and built for these bunks, which were also custom built by Cottage Home. We also worked in this media area. This room also has an attached bathroom with two shower stalls, a seperate
“Lights” — dupermommy
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
A Ranch Re-dressing Hanover NH
Ideabooks8,339
Questions3
Nelson Pendant Lamps | Room & Board
Use idea for dividing up room? Storage on one side, guest room on other
Would make a great storage space for school stuff.
around bed area and room underneath
of shelves on the family room bookcase to toys and children's books, so they can play within close sight.More:Kids' Bedrooms: Amp Up the PlayfulnessCreative Play Spaces For KidsVertical Limit: Making Room For Great Play Spaces
Create a secret place. Like Wright, a good room can encourage our children
size and budget can be full of possibilities for kids' imaginations to run wild. Have a great kid space at home? Please share a photo in the Comments!
an entire room, but it can also be a corner of a hallway. Some built-ins can hide a ladder that leads to a fortress tower where someone in distress awaits rescue. Simple, straightforward and filled with possibility. The perfect stage set to grow up in.Show and tell: We all know that rooms of any size
“Shelf for toys” — vbarnes82
Starline Cabinets
8 Reviews
Chilliwack Central
Ideabooks240K
Questions30
We are remodelling our two bathrooms one has a tub in it now but I would like go replace it to a walk in shower and our other room does not have the room for one. Thank you
Thank you for this idea!! I'm using it for my mud room. What is the distance between the counter and the bottom of the cubbies? I don't want my cubbies to be hard to reach. Many thanks!!
that it is a designated place to organize your mail/bills, etc. And then hide it away til your ready to deal with it! No more hiding your piles of stuff when company comes!
I love this cabinet but do not have room for the whole thing. What I am really interested in is a narrow cabinet that is only the side pieces. Meaning it would open up and have the hooks for
“Great organizing centre” — scrumble49
Boor Bridges Architecture
reading nook
Ideabooks24,767
Questions3
How much kids can fit in that tiny room?
Does your last name start with a P? Do you have another kid? Maybe by the name of Harry?
Very good for keeping the kids occupied and out of your way while you are working.
Cool under the stairs play area
Safe room under stairs? Don't know
Under-stair nooks. Take advantage of nooks and crannies. Kids love them because they’re just their size, and you’ll love it because it gives them somewhere to play and keeps all their stuff out of sight. A nook under the stairs is always a winner.
Look for hidden nooksIf you don’t have a room to spare – or even if you do – find nooks your children can turn into play spaces elsewhere in the house. A hideout under the stairs can be magical for kids big and small.
“kids playroom understairs” — Meghan Collier
Lazzari USA - a brand of Foppapedretti
Lazzari Kids Room
Ideabooks3,679
Questions4
giagantic bean bag, decorate rooms 4 k
Need those shelves for my stuff
An actual kids room with kids stuff in it. Refreshing.
That's a cool little person... The only thing I like is the orange person
Freestanding or built-in modular wood shelving units are playful and practical. They're great for providing access to toys while teaching kids to keep their room organized.
Mid-century madness. Colour is going wild in this room, but these funky shelves are both eye-popping and effective at keeping children’s books and toys in check.
“Playarea” — rmehna
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