98 Child's Entry Design Photos

Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Healdsburg Residence
Ideabooks1,961
Questions4
with sunlight, so Noyes recommended a simple trellis system for sun protection. “Our original vision was a house that was completely simple, like a child’s drawing. I really didn’t want the trellis,” says Andrew. “But Nick convinced me, and I’m so glad. The living room would be too hot to use in the summer
with sunlight, so Noyes recommended a simple trellis system for sun protection. “Our original vision was a house that was completely simple, like a child’s drawing. I really didn’t want the trellis,” says Andrew. “But Nick convinced me, and I’m so glad. The living room would be too hot to use in the summer
“Appearance” — sarathpanagoda
gosto design & lifestyle
Eemnes home
Ideabooks898
Questions0
Frame your child's artwork. Painter's tape now comes in vibrant colors and can provide temporary frames that won't damage your walls.
Tape your child's artwork
Frame your child's artwork. Painter's tape now comes in vibrant colors and can provide temporary frames that won't damage your walls.
“Stairs” — tarammv
Roundabout Studio Inc.
5 Reviews
Roncesvalles House
Ideabooks2,188
Questions4
hooks and buy an inexpensive boot tray. Teach everyone to take off shoes at the door. This habit alone will eliminate the daily adrenaline rush of a child yelling, “Where are my shoes!” as the bus idles out front. Tip: Designate a hook or two for each family member. This enforces the idea of “a place
hooks and buy an inexpensive boot tray. Teach everyone to take off shoes at the door. This habit alone will eliminate the daily adrenaline rush of a child yelling, “Where are my shoes!” as the bus idles out front.Tip: Designate a hook or two for each family member. This enforces the idea of “a place for
and buy an inexpensive boot tray. Teach everyone to take off dirty shoes at the door. This habit alone will eliminate the daily adrenaline rush of a child yelling “Where are my shoes!” as the car or bus idles out front.TIP: Designate a hook or two for each family member. This enforces the idea of “a place
“a” — Hazril Ayeir
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks10,636
Questions3
eliminate odors.Tell us: What's your funniest memory of cleaning something of your child's? Share your story in the Comments section below.More:Get Organized: 5 Ways to Keep Toys TidyDesigning Through the Eyes of a ChildFantasy Kids' Rooms
“shelving a good idea in mudroom” — eshie
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Midcentury Heirlooms and Artwork Charm a 1908 Mississippi Home
Ideabooks655
Questions2
pic of child in towel for bathroom, your own child
“Table for Stairway corner” — cadreams1978
Rosewood Custom Builders
13 Reviews
Northport Drive Dallas TX
Ideabooks1,837
Questions5
The individual space for each child
Storage for each child
“rustic” — savarner
Standard Creative
2 Reviews
Sterling Road Addition
Ideabooks10,291
Questions1
Perfect cubby area for each child.
Space for each child
“Storage” — Schnell Plumbing Inc.
Peregrine Design Build
12 Reviews
Mudroom Redesign
Ideabooks4,310
Questions2
Child Friendly Mudroom
“Shelves for shoes” — sjohnston4119
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