30,229 kids play area Home Design Photos

Modern Country Lady
More symmetry for a traditional look
Open section for play or BBQ
idea for front garden area of montague road
Wood storage with small storage area.
Expand existing Shed to store kids bikes
Open area with locked room
Shed with seating area.
Smoking area...side storage area
“Nice” — pinkwildrose
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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8 Reviews
Lower Level
The ping pong top can be stored in the adjacent storage room while playing pool.
brightness of kitchen and basement area..carpet is nice shade
Like bar height table in nook area
Bar in rec room with various areas would be cool.
Basement living area
Bar area...Kids fun roon...bar area
“Game table and tall side table” — Aimee Coia
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
Outdoor living
would certainly beat purchasing one of those generic tool sheds at Home Depot. I wonder if we could use the yard tool shed as a play house during the first few years when the kids are small, and then convert to a more standard. Perhaps the conversion is through changing the door to the shed. I wonder how
a bit spanish influenced-maybe work that design plan over to the bbq/outdoor kitchen area too
?built in storage areas with recess for a potted plant?
“nice doors for a shed in PS” — Dick Wright
Soledad Alzaga
Soledad Alzaga Interior Design
What type of area rug is that under the table
soledadalzaga.com This house is 3,000sq feet, and was designed for a family with 3 kids and 2 dogs. Everything is white and with slip covers (easy washing and you can use bleach for tough stains!). The sitting area on this picture is not at street level, so there were no privacy issues, hence the lack
Nice couch setup for a small area with windows
I love this built in sitting area. Looks so cozy
you could put a couch in the window area of your bedroom
look updated. Drape a big fun throw lengthwise or widthwise (play with it and see which way fits better) over your sofa, tuck it into the sofa crease so it stays in place, then add pillows to cover the crease.
“Treasure chest coffee table” — jinyejim
Affecting Spaces
7 Reviews
toronto kitchen
idea of having something similar in the office area of the kitchen where we can write the grocery list or reminders.
Chalkboard paint or whiteboard paint for library area
Kitchen office area- black board area!
play area in kitchen
Desk area extended into.dining room
Chock wall for kids
“Blackboard Chalkboard wall” — GatherBox
aamodt / plumb architects
8 Reviews
Hamptons Beach House
The house is in the Hamptons area of New York.
Beautiful play of light and shadow
Want to incorporate this idea, playing with sunlight and patterned shadows somehow
Play of light and shadow.
light play through cut panels
shadow play
“perforated mdf” — farhatamir
Emerald Coast Real Estate Photography
3 Reviews
1795 Scenic Gulf Drive
The idea that design is playful and changeable.
play around with the end of the bed
Play around with things at the end of the bed. At different times the foot of my bed
Play around with things at the end of the bed. At different times the foot of my bed has enjoyed a Scandinavian bench (that I now use as my coffee table)
Play around with things at the end of the bed. At different times the foot of my bed has enjoyed a Scandinavian bench (that I now use as my coffee table), a pair of poufs (that have also served as a coffee table and extra seating in my living room), two patent leather ottomans and an antique settee from
“Love those chairs” — gleppla
Emily Ruddo
9 Reviews
Living Room by Emily Ruddo
Hi Anne, I offer e-design services for clients who don't live in the LA area so if you are interested, I can help you find a similar chair. Regards, Emily
Separate dinning area from sitting room with such couch
separate areas conducive for entertaining. Help the entire space feel cohesive by carrying similar colors into each area, such as this magenta on both the dining room chairs and the upholstery in the living room.
Connecting colors: In an open floor plan, an accent color can connect different areas of your
Upholstery. A monochromatic design can be beautiful, but playing with unconventional colors will give your room a lively look. Choosing playful colors on select pieces of upholstery is a great way to do this. I love how the bright fuchsia on the dining
“Chaise” — stefaniemurphy
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