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Carson Arthur Design
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Beachview
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by an eaves-through. lol. Had this made of a Lucite to create running water...without actually having issues for the children.
it is! cheap and easy and looks great in a children's area
Think it offers something for adults and children!
one material to unify the spaces. “Small spaces need that cohesion,” says Arthur, who designed this 17-foot by 25-foot space for a family with small children. A separate play zone keeps the kids close by while the parents are entertaining, and the continuous paving ties it all together."
considered in the design. It is no good to expect children to play soccer on grass surrounded by their parents' prize herbaceous border.This small garden follows his precepts perfectly by allocating space for each purpose: There's an area for children of different ages and also space for relaxing and
“Kids area” — ashly2005
Annette Tatum
Tent
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Create a playful refuge where children can tell their own stories.
creative roll play area for children
Even kids' energy sags after hours in the sun. Erecting a simple tepee is an easy, quick and engaging lawn activity. Let children decorate the fabric, line the tepee with quilts and pillows, and step back as they relax and retreat into more hours of quiet, imaginative play.
Host a backyard tepee campout. Fun for children of all ages.
look great and are fun to play and hide in, plus a garden is open to the elements and has no ear-damaging acoustics, making it the perfect place for children to be giddy and noisy.
in the summer holidays. They make fantastic play dens on a warm summer’s day and somewhere to retire indoors to at bedtime.See more great hideaways children will love
“Teepee” — Tracy Flannigan
Annette Tatum
Tent
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Great firepit idea for under the oak trees this summer
Another spacious idea! Good for camping alone!
a canvas or materials too. Creating art requires children to engage in self-evaluation and decision making, from choosing the elements to arranging them. And even just the act of creating art — painting, drawing, cutting, sculpting — helps children develop coordination, strength and fine motor dexterity
g kids love the opportunity to hide, create a den and enjoy some independence, and popping a teepee up in the garden meets all these needs. Older children will also enjoy the privacy a teepee affords and can come here to read or listen to music, away from adult eyes.
7. Camp outIf the idea of setting up a wall-mounted screen is a little overwhelming, there’s a simpler option. Grab your camping gear and set up a cosy sanctuary in your backyard
“Faux fire” — andreagh
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Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick
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Decorate by Holly Becker and Joanna Copestick
Hi Maisy, I'm sorry, this photo was from a book, Decorate by Holly Becker, so unfortunately, I don't have that information. I would suggest posting the photo to the Discussion Board and asking if anyone knows of where to find such a fence in the area you live: http://www.houzz
budget friendly outdoor decorating, love all the bright patterns!
ideas for decorating for a backyard party?
cute. love the idea of transforming the side our our over summer like this
from this page in the book Decorate and make your own canopy from a length of pretty cloth and a few bamboo poles.
6. Luxe it up with layers. You may think this scene is the last one that I'd describe as luxe, but even though this outdoor dining space is modest and decorated with simple lengths of fabric
“Feminine, colorful, bohemian entertainment set up. Love the rugs.” — Olivia Manzo
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
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Fire Pit
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Toilet in a cubby in the bathroom. Need something to decorate wall above the toilet. Walls are beige.
is always amazing to me how alive children's drawings are. My children are 21 and 24 and I sill have framed paintings and drawings they did when they were young on our walls. They are like our own Picasso's ! Take Care, Dan
My kids are grown, but I love the idea of using their artwork. I'll have
path idea - no raised platform
“Path” — obenmjones
Andrea May Hunter/Gatherer
14 Reviews
La Jolla Interior Design and Decoration, Pergola
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La Jolla Interior Design and Decoration, Pergola
Andre May Hunter Gatherer, La Jolla Interior Designer, Decorator, Color Consultant
suaveolens, possibly the variety "Frosty Pink." Brugmansias are fragrant during the evening. However, they are poisonous, so you need to be sure children and pets can't get to them. They are only winter hardy in USDA climate zones 9 and 10 (such as Southern California). Elsewhere you can winter them
suaveolens, possibly the variety "Frosty Pink." Brugmansias are fragrant during the evening. However, they are poisonous, so you need to be sure children and pets can't get to them. They are only winter hardy in USDA climate zones 9 and 10 (such as Southern California). Elsewhere you can winter them
“pavers” — emuhlee1020
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
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parterre-inspired veggie garden
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I'm making a whimsical children's garden in my backyard, and this would be such a fun addition. Thanks in advance for your reply.
Thanks for your detailed reply, Margie! I will check out the decorative copper sprinklers.
soaking wet. I used to buy these from an artist in Illinois --- but he's gone out of business. There are some knock-off's available --- look up "decorative copper sprinkler" in a search of the web and you'll see lots of options. Happy gardening!
Sprinkler idea for yard and fun. Also ideas for yard.
very nice, looks real, great idea.
free form garden ideas for front
soaking wet. I used to buy these from an artist in Illinois --- but he's gone out of business. There are some knock-off's available --- look up "decorative copper sprinkler" in a search of the web and you'll see lots of options.
“Deco” — Guylaine Remillard Vigneault
Sarah Natsumi Moore
10 Reviews
Eco Artist's House
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few simple, creative touches can make all the difference. Try one of these: ◦Cover the tables with kraft paper and set out markers and stickers to decorate the “tablecloths.” ◦Set out buckets of sidewalk chalk for drawing on the patio floor. ◦For younger kids, try a sensory experience like a water table
few simple, creative touches can make all the difference. Try one of these: •Cover the tables with kraft paper and set out markers and stickers to decorate the “tablecloths.” •Set out buckets of sidewalk chalk for drawing on the patio floor. •For younger kids, try a sensory experience like a water table
better for everyone if they are kept happily occupied.” — Laura GaskillThis one quotation does not do the story justice; it’s jam-packed with great ideas for spring parties. However, this one underscores an important part, which to me is: Give the kids their own fun place to hang so they are happy and
“Beach” — mkremy
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