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Iris
Boy's Room
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Children's Room wallpaper cut in the shape of
Cute cut-out idea for the kiddos room
Cute idea in a kid's room.
Shadow dancing. This is a great idea for a child’s room and a whimsical way of adding pattern. The silhouettes were cut from wallpaper and then applied to the wall. The approach feels modern
“wallpaper animal silhouette” — Kasmine Jess
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Harlem Residence Children's Room
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Instead of providing separate bedrooms for the two young children, we designed a single large bedroom with a sliding wall of Douglas fir. Half of the space can be configured as a playroom, with the children sleeping on the other side. The playroom can also function as a guest room. Photo by Ofer Wolberger
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Bonus room pocket door idea for bullock
modern extra-wide doors are, the sounds of children playing are sure to be heard in the adjacent spaces. That's not so good if you're working or sleeping, but it's very good if you're taking care of small children.
11. Streamline kids' spaces. Children's rooms accumulate stuff like nowhere else in
“how about a large, solid, well-designed pocket door to separate tv from family area ? it would invol” — davemeister
Allen Patterson Residential
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Beaufort, SC Home (Patterson
Ideabooks25,765
Questions8
lovely idea! What is the dimension of these niche boxes
built in bed idea for guest cottage.... add a trundle to one
Girls and boys bedding and decor
kid-friendly bedding. These striped spreads are very good-looking and relatively easy for a child to manage. Ruffled skirts, white linens and piles of decorative pillows might discourage a child from keeping a bed tidy. (It certainly does for some adults I know.) Unless you have a princess, keep things simple
“Like the different color shelfs” — casslealtelles
Amoroso Design
Amoroso Design
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Questions2
Cubby idea for toys too in
Love the idea of extra shelving in the closet... We should definitely do that!
If your home is like mine and lacks a playroom, consider adding shelving to your children's closets to store toys. Large baskets can contain smaller items and are easily moved from room to room when playtime begins.
items without your child arguing that they can still wear it. Or am I the only one who has those kind of arguments, I mean discussions, with her children?
no longer fits or is never worn. Keep it simple. You can still be creative and enjoy your clothes, but take care you aren’t burdening your children with too many choices. Tip: Make sure every family member has a good two weeks of underwear and socks.7 Habits to Help a Tidy Closet Stay That Way
“Grayson's closet” — sat73
Optimise Design
5 Reviews
Delgany
Ideabooks5,545
Questions0
Use this idea but make the ladder the Eiffel Tower
protectors when a child graduates to a bigger bed to increase security. If you have bunks, check they comply with Australian Standards, and don’t let children under nine sleep up top. Even when your child gets older, avoid hanging anything heavy above the bed that might fall on their head.
9. Tree houseNot falling out of bed has never been so much fun! Railings are not only a good idea, but are required by law in some countries, including Australia and New Zealand. Be sure to check with your designer and builder how to comply with local mandatory standards, but look for fun ways to do
“bunks” — dgbeckman
Mayssa Al Ghawas
2 Reviews
The Summer Cottage
Ideabooks43,620
Questions24
Hi Mayssa, This is an absolutely lovely and creative design for children's room. I have a few queries though regarding the same... What is the minimum ceiling height required for this? Can this be dismantled at a later
daughter has a birthday end of next month. I wanted to know if I sent you the size of the bedroom could you customize your design and could you give me an idea of how much this will cost? Thanks
I am an interior architect, I'd love to let others benefit from the ideas I used in my projects. Is there any conditions to put my projects pictures in your site?
or adding on. However, I would like to create something that utilizes as much space as possible. I went to your website, I would like to submit my children's room size to see if something like this will work in their room. Please let me know if this will be ok or if the Houzz forum is ok to leave my
“Funnnnnnnnnn!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!,” — hardyrx
Julie Ranee Photography
loft
Ideabooks4,877
Questions6
Do you homeschool your children? I love that you have all there supplies out in the open and in the kitchen.. I am going to be homeschooling and I love the idea of what you have done
homeschooled ( unschooled). We are about to move in 5 days and I am trying to find what works best for those who homeschool. I need some good organization ideas, although that's so hard with little ones but wondering what you found worked beat for you at there age. We do not do school work yet probably not for
etc as boys are busy and I believe are ment to be outside and adventurous. We will be finishing our basement for a craft and play room but I love the idea of stuff in each room like stations especially kit hen so I can multi task :) How has homeschool been for you? I'm so blessed to I can't imagine them
“Table” — lisalee12
elle design
1 Review
Colour Burst
Ideabooks20,117
Questions4
dresser labeling for younger kids - smart idea
I like the idea to label the drawers
If budget or space constraints demand that two children share one dresser, consider this imaginative solution. Painting an otherwise nondescript piece with chalkboard paint allows the drawers to be labeled for each child while easily accommodating changes. Benjamin Moore offers explicit instructions
If budget or space constraints demand that two children share one dresser, consider this imaginative solution. Painting an otherwise nondescript piece with chalkboard paint allows the drawers to be labelled
“Everything” — lylu1220
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