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Kara Weik
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Ideabooks4,484
Questions4
The big finish. In high-traffic areas or rooms that will be used by children and pets, go for a paint with a little sheen, because it will be easier
article and comments In high-traffic areas or rooms that will be used by children and pets, go for a paint with a little sheen, because it will be easier
Paint tip: In high-traffic areas or rooms that will be used by children and pets, go for a paint with a little sheen, because it will be easier
The big finish. In high-traffic areas or rooms that will be used by children and pets, go for a paint with a little sheen, because it will be easier
“Stair layout relative to our entry - could this work? Gives 2 story entry, etc...” — HouseofSmith
Kathryn Long, ASID
10 Reviews
Ramble House
Ideabooks13,056
Questions7
nice comments. The clients obviously really use this space. The have three children and it's an active household! Kathryn
There are two different heights in each section for the various items the children have. But, I do believe they are at a "kid friendly" height.
Separate outdoor gear 'cubicle' for individual children
be great visual reminder for whose cubby is whose.Design tip: Jazz up a children's space by framing art from their favorite books. Imagine a series of Dr
“floor” — hzznowhere
Mandy Brown
11 Reviews
Attention to details
Ideabooks40,915
Questions33
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you have to think of messy walls as just the price you pay.....but the children will grow up
Hi Angie The reality is that children will touch the walls. They are children. The paint finish that you choose will help somewhat
removing the paint. Angie, this might sound a little bit OCD but when my children were small, I would wipe down the walls regularly, but they became a bit
“Trim” — jsiatras
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St. Helena Vineyard Estate
Ideabooks153
Questions0
a custom wood bath tub filled from the ceiling, a firemen’s pole in the children’s wing with built-in queen sized bunk beds, a koi pond and custom finishes
a custom wood bath tub filled from the ceiling, a firemen’s pole in the children’s wing with built-in queen sized bunk beds, a koi pond and custom finishes
“Scale” — mshillford
Barnett Design Build
7 Reviews
Verona Remodel
Ideabooks496
Questions0
A great idea yet so simple to frame children's art work.
spaces that would be easily livened up simply by adding a few frames of your children’s art. Window seat areas are often overlooked spaces.
Children's art display
“Children's art display” — kamilaf
Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes
75 Reviews
A New Kitchen is Favorite Family Gathering Spot
Ideabooks617
Questions1
located, especially for children dashing in and out. Other design challenges included how to better use a 10’ x 12’ room for children’s jackets and toys and
Wall decor
“Entry” — cici819
Justine Sterling Design
12 Reviews
Kids Studio and Mudroom
Ideabooks5,525
Questions7
My all time favorite white-Ben Moore 'Decorators White', used the same on the walls and ceiling just different finishes
bundles up helped Sterling track down the best mudroom organizing system. The children use one wardrobe, and the adults use the other. The bins under the bench
open look messy, even when the coats are neatly hung on hooks. If you have children, make sure the storage is easily accessible and clearly marked. Cleaning
“Don't like the handle design, but like the streamlined look. No hooks though.” — kimnxena
LDa Architecture & Interiors
9 Reviews
Miller's Meadow Farm Mudroom
Ideabooks3,884
Questions6
If you have children, two rows of hooks are wonderful for corralling everyone's gear. Having
If you have children, two rows of hooks are wonderful for corralling everyone's gear. Having child-height pegs or hooks helps little ones gain independence
Good idea for independent children
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