107 wide hallway Eclectic Kids Design Photos

Cristi Holcombe Interiors, LLC
2 Reviews
Loft
Ideabooks9,785
Questions7
"This type of loft space is often overlooked and treated like an extra hallway," Cristi says. "What I created here was a multifunctional area where a mother and little one can do crafts together and where a teenage girl can do her homework." A faux painter created the dots on these walls.
Useful idea for hallway space
Mustard and grey for hallway
“wall decals basement” — francop
Shelley Gardea
Green Walls and Pops of Color for a Fun Kid Room
Ideabooks7,344
Questions12
Nurture problem solving and invention. Sometimes your child's Legos seem like they're just a loose collection of annoying pieces to step on in the hallway or suck up into your vacuum cleaner. But these tiny toys actually go a long way toward helping your child come up with creative solutions to problems
Nurture problem solving and invention. Sometimes your child's Legos seem like they're just a loose collection of annoying pieces to step on in the hallway or suck up into your vacuum cleaner. But these tiny toys actually go a long way toward helping your child come up with creative solutions to problems
“rug and wall in kids room” — Maria Sokolovsky
Lori Berry
Girlie Bedroom
Ideabooks4,536
Questions3
I like the wide stripes
Wide striped paint...wide stripes
“striped walls wrap to bathrooms” — 71248
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Shoshana Gosselin
4 Reviews
Shoshana
Ideabooks6,666
Questions7
like wide stripes....but which room? Hmm....
Wide stripes...20" wide :)
“Colors” — Robertha M. Robbins
Josina Bergsøe
Childrens room
Ideabooks968
Questions0
For end of hallway.
“Window is great! Realistic?” — c7bluerose
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
7 Reviews
KidSpaces by TBL
Ideabooks1,413
Questions2
possible if you can dream it. Dressers that open to reveal secret passage ways, hidden play-lofts in ceilings, beds tucked into alcoves, chalkboard hallways and headboards that double as toy chests. These are a few of our favorite things. Don't we wish all our clients let us think like kids!
“Colors and plane prints” — Wendy Thomas
philigry
Son's room
Ideabooks4,383
Questions1
nice idea for upstairs hallway. i'd love to figure out a place to put a world map where kids can see it.
“Maps” — feathery1
Jeanette Lunde
Kids room
Ideabooks8,220
Questions2
Fabric stretched on canvas...entry hallway?
“El cuadro” — kiniwinita
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