Houzz is the new way to design your home.
460,420 designs of children room Home Design Photos
seesaw san francisco
PH5 Pendant Lamp | Design Within Reach
this could be a craft room.
Picture ledge should be same wood as dining room table.
good design for home made minimal tables
light shade design, and table legs that come to the top surface of the table
displaying photos or collection.” “Seesaw. We display things that are usually hand-crafted and simple but are very pleasing to the eye for both adults and children," says Gabel.” “picture on display at all times — rotate, rotate, rotate! Store what is not currently being used in a drawer and pull out new pieces
very pleasing to the eye for both adults and children," says Gabel.
A picture ledge in blonde wood that matches a nearby table creates a warm, friendly feeling in a kid-friendly café. Tip: You can use picture ledges to help redirect attention in a room. In this case the furniture is the decor, and
Great for a play room, multi function room or a storage
Design, handles, doors, organization.
for childrence design
Mud room...Play room...Children's robes...my room almirah
Would like to look into whether it is the right size for my room. Thanks.
Cool idea for a play room
A cool idea for a study room!
modern nursery features a graphic map wall as well as an Acapulco rocker from Innit, a DIY faux hide from Flor and the iconic Eames Walnut Stool from Design Within Reach.
horizons — artistically or geographically — with an inspiring image that covers an entire wall. Here, a world map makes a colourful addition to this room, but the soft grey of the oceans stops it looking too overpowering. The rug and rocker match some of the countries on the map, too, for a nicely co
of the world. Match furniture and accessories to a couple of the colours featured on the map for a cohesive look. The red chair and green rug in this room does just that.
Shag Rug Looks Stunning in This Classic-Chic Style Room
Everything in this room is cool
Love this ceiling idea for child's room
how cool! I would love this in my room too :)
softness and comfort. These canopies work particularly well in children’s rooms where themes of wonder, fantasy and daydreaming abound. Soft shades and subtle prints (as seen here) contribute to an overall sense of calm and make the room feel like a special sanctuary. Be prepared for other mothers asking
Rachel Reider Interiors
this room? I'm curious as to what the changing area looks like.
I am using this photo as my inspiration for my daughter's room. Already
Mammut children's stool from IKEA ... :) Rhoda
Nursing Chair and baby Room rug
stations on each side of the room
Mix with six. This pattern uses six colors which pick up on other prints and solids in the room, particularly the chocolate brown of the chair, crib and branch on the wall. Notice that the chocolate, the darkest color, is used sparingly in the
Jennifer - Rambling Renovators
Nice for Bean's room she wanted a shelf like in the blue room at mermaid.
shelves for Gianas room or play room.
Display children's artwork, favorite books, trophies and other fun décor on floating shelves in their rooms. I use floating shelves in my childs' bedroom to hold all the little arts and crafts she creates. This
bought her glider off Craigslist and had cushions made for it. The fabric is called Devin, in a colorway called Film Noir, which she purchased at Designer Fabrics Online. She found the wall decals on Etsy. The picture rails include some books from Flores' husband's childhood and a photo of the Eiffel
Oak Hill Architects
Storage /nice mud room to create in basement
Shelves for shoes in mud room
La tendance des patèresLes patères murales sont vraiment en vogue : beaucoup de designers les pensent et les repensent afin de créer l’objet idéal. Celui qui, en plus d’être fonctionnel, est aussi esthétique.Pour les enfants, elles sont
My Houzz: New York City
opposite end of the twins' bedroom is the work area. The table was custom made during the time that some of the children were being home schooled, so it needed to be a good size with lots of room to spread out. Above the workspace, another piece by Ann Carrington creates a dramatic focal point. A portrait
even in the boys' room. In order to prevent clutter, objects are given away when they have lived out their use by the family. "We hate clutter", says Cortney. "We have no problem getting rid of anything... It's just stuff." Photo: Adrienne DeRosa Photography © 2014 Houzz Design: Cortney and Robert
of the children were being homeschooled, so it needed to be a good size with lots of room for spreading out.Above the workspace is a portrait of Michael Jordan by Ann Carrington constructed from layers upon layers of old cut basketballs.Closed storage is kept to a minimum, even in the boys’ room. To prevent