16 bathroom staging tips Contemporary Kids Design Photos

Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors
4 Reviews
Parkway
Ideabooks5,348
Questions7
Colour of fireplace. And how there is no way a kid carefully piled the blocks and staged the dinosaurs...
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 rugs also are often
it's Crayola's fault for creating a crayon called Brick Red, thus misleading people to believe there's only one color for brick. In fact, using these tips, you can paint your brick walls or fireplace any color you want. How to Paint Brick Like a Pro
it’s Crayola’s fault for creating a crayon called Brick Red, thus misleading people to believe there’s only one colour for bricks. In fact, using these tips, you can paint your brick walls or fireplace any colour you want. How to Paint Bricks Like a Pro
“colours” — kaymacgeo
S Connors
Kids Art Studio
Ideabooks100K
Questions21
crayons, clay, pipe cleaners and more. Of course, use discretion when deciding what materials are appropriate for your child's age or developmental stage. And use your imagination when choosing — the sky's the limit!
blue color on this craft room pegboard, and the yellow accessories seem to be represented better than any of the other colors on the wall, don't they? Tip: If you are struggling to bring stronger colors into your home, try introducing them in a craft or art area first since vibrant colors seem to be more
“Peg board” — katester444
Marie Burgos Design
25 Reviews
Chelsea Teen's room & bath
Ideabooks20,562
Questions12
Like the long shelving, is that one board? Tips on making that?
The colors used in this music room/office make it a calm and relaxing spot. Tip: Painting shelves the same color as the wall keeps them from standing out too much.
Bathroom color
“Mauricio” — nekiu
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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Dufner Heighes Inc
kids bedroom
Ideabooks26,343
Questions12
bed, if our room gets smaller for a master bathroom
Tip: Make a big move in a small space. This map covers and entire wall and its size draws attention away from the fact that the room is only as wide as the
“Bedroom” — quiltmom0601
Building Solutions and Design, Inc
Jacon Way
Ideabooks2,304
Questions3
Photo Credit: Bethany Nauert Architect: Nadav Rokach Interior Design and Staging: Eliana Rokach Contractor: Building Solutions and Design, Inc
perfectly simple, the bathroom would lead into our bedroom
love space and where bathroom is.
shared bathroom...white bathroom...modern kid bathroom
“Wall clolor” — nhanson
BARRETT STUDIO architects
4 Reviews
Basement Redux
Ideabooks12,056
Questions6
etc.) - Hidden bookcase in office to reveal secret room with Star Wars collectibles. Huge collection, including art prints that need wall space. - Bathroom (probably 3/4 bath or full, but that's negotiable because we don't expect any extra bedrooms down there. - Ample storage space. We don't expect that
“Storage stools” — anuworld21
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
A Ranch Re-dressing Hanover NH
Ideabooks8,325
Questions3
storage or hideout above closets. Could this go over our existing bathroom from two guest rooms?“Love the fort as a built-in play place for the kids.”
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 and budget can be full of possibilities for kids' imaginations to run wild. Have
“change orientation of stairs????” — janedoe54
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
41 Reviews
Ocean Escape Girls Bedroom
Ideabooks13,184
Questions7
There is not a room in the house that couldn't make good use of a tray. Try one on your bedside table, in the kitchen corralling the spices, in the bathroom for toiletries, in the entry for mail or on your coffee table for books and candles.Foolproof combo: Tray + books + small, medium and tall objects
“Bedside table Bea” — nimtottenham
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