380,100 kid space Home Design Photos

Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors
3 Reviews
Parkway
Ideabooks5,168
Questions7
Colour of fireplace. And how there is no way a kid carefully piled the blocks and staged the dinosaurs...
This room is a kid room only by virtue of the fact that it contains a few playthings. The rest of it works for any age, without forcing an adult sensibility onto a tiny tot.
Black curtains aren't just for neutral spaces. This colorful kid's space wears them well. Paired with white
The second floor was done in a lighter and brighter palette, since it's a kid space. Hannotte is currently working on the third floor now, which has the master bedroom, and is using a combination of rich jewel tones. This playroom plays off of a cheerful red and turquoise color scheme. Painting the fireplace
playrooms because toys and furniture can slide easily across. The low pile also means it hangs on to less dander and dust, making it a great fit for kids with allergies.Tip: Wiping away a spill is much easier with a flat-weave rug, which any parent can appreciate. Try using baby wipes; small flat-weave
“Rug” — Kris Haas
Carson Arthur Design
1 Review
Beachview
Ideabooks4,207
Questions4
An Urban backyard designed for a first-time homeowner and their new family. Recycled tiles and a child-proof water feature create a playful space with lots of life in it.
kid zone, separated spaces. stones not practical with small kids
I like Kids area in the garden
Love this for a young family! Great use of limited space and fun!
you can have both in a small space: kid space and adult space!
If you have multifunctional areas, use one material to unify the spaces. “Small spaces need that cohesion,” says Arthur, who designed this 17-foot by 25-foot space for a family with small children. A separate play zone keeps the kids close by while the parents are entertaining, and the continuous paving
“Like the use of rock around the concrete. Deck?” — artstead15
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Eureka Valley Residence
Ideabooks12,213
Questions10
If the kids can't reach their toys, how will they play with them or put them away?
chalkboard on wall, hiding space under cabinets large enough to hide larger toys when they aren't there
I love the kid just hanging in the cabinet!!! Hahaha
Wall unit, low rounded table for kids, chalkboard for drawing
an idea for that empty space in my lounge
The storage space under the shelving and the black board pain on the walls.
Big built-ins hide all manner of games—and even a kid or too.
Play space. If space permits, dedicate a room for your children's playthings. When children have a place to call their own, they tend to migrate there.
Get as much off the floor as possible. Kids want room
5. Tidy up kids' spaces. Even though it might not stay clean for long, it's worthwhile to make the effort and get your children's play space under control before the holidays. Using organization techniques that'll encourage kids to put things away may help the space stay tidy — at least until
“Playroom” — ashleymarek
Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
contemporary bathroom ideas
Ideabooks20,058
Questions12
Cute for kids! can easily substitute baskets for a more orderly look as well
Great Spaces for Boys More great ideas for kids' spaces
Round mirrors and rugs arranged polka-dot style riff on the circular shape of the penny tiles that dress every surface of this space. Little ones would love its playfulness, but if you swapped out the colorful accents for stylish, minimalist
This kids' bath with dual vanities is just a contemporary as mom and dad's. Open storage provides easy access to toiletries and houses colorful towels which also function as decor accents. Polka-dotted bath rugs complete the look for a bath that primed for good clean fun. More: From Tots to Teens: Great
similar shapes — rectangles and squares or circles and hexagons, for example — in different sizes can add interest and subtly draw the eye around the space. Unlike most bathrooms, where rectangular and square tiles have a significant presence, this bathroom has round elements — hexagonal tiles, round mirrors
“Everything” — cathyaddae
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
Miami Townhouse
Ideabooks21,201
Questions17
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.
try exciting color schemes and designs. These horizontal stripes even make the space look significantly larger!
Kids room - except ceiling painted with wythe blue
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 background and paint three extra wide stripes in different colors. Your kids will have
8. Child’s play. Kidsspaces welcome the visual stimulation of circles and stripes, and are a forgiving place in which to express creativity.
“paint” — rsarwat
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
A Ranch Re-dressing Hanover NH
Ideabooks8,129
Questions3
kids loft for reading and playing - great use of a vaulted ceiling
I wonder how much space is in the loft at the top.
good idea for storage in kids room
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 to explore their creativity. If you have the space, it can be an entire room,
perfect stage set to grow up in.Show and tell: We all know that rooms of any 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!
This secret loft is a private space for little ones within the public spaces on the first floor. The shelves at the bottom of the ladder are filled with games, toys and books they can bring up with them.
“Kid loft above closet?” — gillianp71
Cynthia Marks - Interiors
Bellagio Place
Ideabooks6,709
Questions6
Use of all the dead space.
love how this space separates uses
The steps to get up on the higher space
Cute space...very creative
cute kids finished attic space
Use of space & imagination
Crawl space in attic
Kids Vintage Transportation
Kids room...Good for kids ro...Ideal kids space...great kids area...wasted attic space...Kids area...kids space...Great room for kids
“Green walls!” — epantano
Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture
4 Reviews
East Village Studio
Ideabooks46,160
Questions16
Looks very rich and space saving. Can you please advise what is the tread and riser height. How much space left above the bed?
it is the perfect loft for kids. When I was a kid any large box was my loft. The only thing it required was tape, a marker and some imagination.
Why would a railing be required here? Only four steps are exposed, which makes it not too steep or unsafe. It's a perfect kid's loft.
Use of space is great! Add drawers to the stairs.
great bedroom for limited space apartment ..paris ?
Another great idea for smaller spaces
nice but crazy idea for small space
Creative use of space! yeahhh!
nap time.More: Check out these fantasy kids' spaces
The plant is right at home in this well-designed and compact studio apartment. Its selection says that this houseplant is low maintenance, doesn't make a mess and has proportions that work in a small space, where visual flow is important.Seeing
“stair storage” — Anne Staver
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