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Sarah Natsumi Moore
Eco Artist's House
picnic table for kids with shade cover
Kids love rocks to play with.
8. Make the kiddie table a place kids want to be. Whether the party
Make the kiddie table a place kids want to be. Whether the party you are throwing is kid centered or not, if kids will be present, it’s better for everyone if they are kept happily occupied. A few simple, creative touches can make all the difference. Try one of these: ◦Cover the tables with kraft paper
comment came from someone without kids. I love kids, but I love grown-up time at parties too.Full story: Spring Party Primer: 20 Ideas for Fabulous Fetes
8. Make the kiddie table a place kids want to beWhether the party you are throwing is kid centred or not, if kids will be present, it’s better for
Anna Baskin Lattimore Design
Love the kid/coffee table! Where did you find it? We have a 6 month old and could use something like that. Great idea!
I am looking for a kid friendly/activity coffee table for my family
The kids' chairs and coffee table are antiques that were not purchased together. You could try a similar combination with a vintage or new table. The kids chairs are likely old school chairs.
this room is kind of dull but was trying to find some ideas for kids' table and chairs.
Kids table as a coffee table
I could use the kids table as a coffee table.
Kids table as a coffee table!
I like how the coffee table doubles as a kids table. Also the room looks
the kid chairs are so cute
and set of chairs becomes a perfect place for the kids to work on art projects while the adults sit and converse around them.
Carson Arthur Design
kid zone, separated spaces. stones not practical with small kids
I like Kids area in the garden
keeps the kids close by while the parents are entertaining, and the continuous paving ties it all together."
Small yard that still shows a great eating zone, a relaxing zone and a play area for the kids.
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 ties it all together. Radford goes even further, suggesting using the same material
identity. Here, the play area is towards the rear of the garden, but, thanks to its slightly elevated position, an adult can still keep an eye on the kids from the terrace or the house. It is also positioned out of the way of the more sophisticated terrace, which is conveniently close to the house, so
Loudon County Luxury Interiors & Custom Cabinetry
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Dick Clark + Associates
contemporary bathroom ideas
mirrors and round rugs in kids bathroom
Great kids bathroom fab colours of assesories
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
Great Spaces for Boys More great ideas for kids' spaces
Cary Bernstein Architect
Cary Bernstein Architect Eureka Valley Residence
If the kids can't reach their toys, how will they play with them or put them away?
I love the kid just hanging in the cabinet!!! Hahaha
Big built-ins hide all manner of games—and even a kid or too.
Get as much off the floor as possible. Kids want room
the adult area,” says Wolfe. “Kid-size craft tables and chairs have come a long way from bubble gum style to cool, mini-me pieces.”
Add a special zone to keep kids occupied. If you have little ones at home, it's worth it to make an extra effort to make the office kid-friendly. Sure, in an ideal world
it works.Consider adding these kid-friendly features to your office:Chalkboard or chalkboard wallPlayhouse or play cupboard that children can climb intoChild-height activity table and chairsComfy rugBaskets or bins of toys or art suppliesPlay kitchen
Custom Home Belmont MA
Maybe link kids rooms with secret passage
kid tunnel from room to room! fun idea!
Clever way of joining kids rooms
provides the depth for the opening on the left. Though a floor-to-ceiling bookcase is beneficial in a kid’s room, it’s also nice to know you can keep some special things out of little hands and let the kids focus on hide-and-seek.
8. Put spare cupboards and awkward spaces to use. Kids love small spaces, so if you have a cupboard, closet or nook that is not being used, try converting it to play space. Put a few toys inside, cover it with a curtain or just empty it out and let your child find his or her own way to use it.
Kemp Hall Studio
2012 HGTV Green Home
There is only 7' at the highest point. Definitely a space for kids . . .
I love this room for kids wow, is that fair for both girl n boy?
We sometimes will capture spaces under stairs, etc. and let the kids have their own private play area. They love it!
Kids rooms should be this natural to design
Cool loft idea for kids bedroom.
want some time on their own. Let's just hope both kids don't want to use their away space at the same time, or they'll have a great opportunity to learn about conflict resolution.
16. We all want what’s best for our kids. That’s why this amazing kids’ bedroom is one of the most saved photos of the
1. The most saved kids’ room photo was also the No. 16 most saved photo overall that was uploaded in 2013. The wood-lined loft and treehouse-style bucket pulley system helped
Ventana Construction LLC
Lake Washington whole house remodel
Owner supplied - I was told they were all from Pottery Barn Kids collection - sorry, that's all the info we have. This was back in 2008 so it's possible it's no longer part of the PB Kids Collection.
The homeowner purchased these from Pottery Barn, I believe that they were part of "Pottery Barn Kids" collection.
I think this was a matching set from Pottery Barn Kids--not sure if it's still available.
Kids like the location of towel holders.
Kids - like the wave painting and white bathroom.
Very cute for a kids or guest bath
Create an underwater wonderland on the walls. This is an easy wall treatment that brings a wave of nautical fun into a kids' bathroom. Get on a ladder and draw a wave design with a pencil. Then using a fine-tip brush, paint around the edges. Fill in with a larger brush and roller, then bring in underwater