274 room theme kids Eclectic Dining Design Photos

Jeanette Lunde
Dining room & birthday
Kids party theme - hot pink, purple and yellow lanterns hanging from fishing wire with streamers tied around
The dining room was transformed for a birthday party, making it festive and memorable for the kids.
party decorations for a kids birthday
1. A color theme makes decorating a snap. If you want to make a big visual impact, try picking a color scheme early on and stick to it. Having everything coordinated creates a rich, cohesive look, even if you're using simple paper plates and cups. Paper lanterns, streamers and old-fashioned straws are
bright accentsOr if pastels just aren’t your thing, go for zingy orange and fuchsia pink. They look brilliant together and are an excellent colour theme for a baby shower, injecting an upbeat, cheerful feel. Use these shades on party tableware and simple homemade banners for a bright and happy celebration
“Hutch and bookcase” — lkatz12
sarah & bendrix
what is wall color and make with shade number, is bk is good in bed room
Theme in frames hearts /stars / maps / dogs / sun/ moon/
gallery wall dedicated to one theme/ shape.
play space in this children's room. As always, use a mat underneath to prevent the rug from skidding and to protect the floor.
I "heart" hearts so this collection really caught my eye. I love the mix of frames, different backgrounds and sizes...all with a unifying theme.
“random placement of frames, single subject matter” — Lee Singer_Mundy
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the colors and the idea of a kid friendly space.
the cohesive white frames reflect the room's pale tones, while the colorful art echoes the brightly patterned tabletop. The effect is sophisticated yet not at all stuffy.
Chaos and KidsA few years ago I was hired to help a young family redesign their living room. At least that’s how it started. What
What began as a desire to have a welcoming and useful room ended with facing down the demons of parental guilt over what to discard. The room itself was truly not the problem. In every corner of that spacious, amazing home, their children had taken over. Indeed, small beings seem to leave the largest marks
marks. Adding to the chaos, seemingly every surface was covered in photos of these beautiful boys and their cavalcade of creativity. By contrast, this room shows how fresh and modern children's artwork can be if it's displayed in a thoughtful way.
“Study area” — lynnroh
sarah & bendrix
Holiday Decor
dining room sideboard idea plus art
Sideboard in gray for the den or dining room, love this idea!
A sideboard is an indispensable addition to a dining room or living space. Upcycling an old sideboard with a lick of soft grey paint
napkins to board games, and with space on top for displaying favourite objects, a sideboard is an indispensable and much-cherished addition to a dining room or living space. While midcentury designs look streamlined and sleek, a vintage version with chunkier lines will have a more friendly feel. Upcycling
upscale sideboard cupboard, with room for serving a buffet, and wall art or a mirror above.
prioritized which rooms needed things the most. We painted every room. Hardware stores often have a selection of paints in all kinds of finishes that were mixed for other customers and for whatever reason weren’t picked up. We found a gallon of dove gray for her room, a soft green for the kidsroom and a creamy
“like the art above the drink bar” — knairn4
Nina van de Goor's Home
ikea bookshelves in school room- paint the wall behind a fun color
A lot of people think about using their front rooms/living rooms as a kid zone. This is the first room visitors see, and it can get messy. Instead, try using a rarely-used dining room. I dig the idea of bookcases that can be used as cubbies for holding toys. (Get
making the rest of the room spare and coordinated and saving one place — in this case, it's the bookcase —for a riot of color and texture. Against an empty background, a cluttered area looks intentional and artistic.
4. Get Rid of Some StuffHere's how you do it: Clean the room. Then sit down and calmly
In Nina van der Goor's place, tons of stuff makes the room feel fun, not cluttered.
“Shelves beside kitchen” — linnea92
Kit Pollard
Nina van de Goor's Home
Diff chairs around a table For kids Or adults
Double duty for dining and kid space
Look like built ins. For the kids.
storage to block off wall in living room
book shelves the length of the dining room
Bookshelves in the dining room don't have to be built in, but it helps if they span the entire length of at least one wall. This looks intentional rather than like you ran out of
“IKEA bookcases” — Channa Brillante
Laura Hardin
fun on location
Awesome room! Where did you get the rug?
Glass doors to formal dining room?
Wall pictures - sailing theme for dining room
style with sailboat theme and black and white picture frames
Dining room table and extra piece
This tall buffet has lots of room for storing linens, serving pieces and china, and room on top to display a sailboat model.
Dining room. A large boat model adds nautical style to the buffet in this elegant dining room.
“Couleur” — arzelie
Louise de Miranda
My Houzz: A 1920s Dutch Doctor's House gets new life...
Hi, what is the width of the room? thanx
Where did you get the kids table & chairs from?
I like the little kid table!!!
Windows and Door for Living/Dining Room
Light and airy dining room. French doors
Comfortable, Kids Art, Kids table, white, light and bright
put fletch's chalk board table in dining room with cayle's little chairs
In designing the house, the couple tried to keep function and their children’s comfort in mind. They added a kid-size play area next to the family dinner table; a large magnetic board displays the children’s art, while floor baskets store toys and keep the space organized. A band of glass set into the
“Cornforth white with wood flooring” — bakerinakelly
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