122 plush toy Farmhouse Home Design Photos

Tim Cuppett Architects
12 Reviews
Modern Farm House
Ideabooks8,023
Questions9
Any idea where I can get that toy rocket ship or what brand it is?
Fun zone. Sometimes it’s just easier to surrender to the toys. I know many families that have made peace with the idea of giving up one room to keep toys contained versus having them all over the house. A fun zone/toy room can easily be reclaimed for another use when the children are grown
10. Fun zoneSometimes it’s just easier to surrender to the toys. I know many families that have made peace with the idea of giving up one room to keep toys contained versus having them all over the house. A fun zone/toy room can easily be reclaimed for another use when the children are grown
Fun zoneSometimes it’s just easier to surrender to the toys. I know many families that have made peace with the idea of giving up one room to keep toys contained versus having them all over the house. A fun zone/toy room can easily be reclaimed for another use when the children are grown.
“Family rm” — leeleebee73
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Paso Robles, CA: Terry & Sue Minshull
Ideabooks1,466
Questions1
Look at all the red toys!
Nice display of toys
Old toys
“Hide computer” — rivergen
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: 140 year old mud brick home
Ideabooks247
Questions0
A collection of old toys adds a touch of playful nostalgia. "Over the years everyone has spent time living at Uraidla. It has been a round-robin of children, grandchildren and
A collection of old toys adds a touch of playful nostalgia. "Over the years everyone has spent time living at Uraidla. It has been a round-robin of children, grandchildren and in-laws," Ros says. "We have had family and friends' weddings there and countless family events." Painting: Abbey McCulloch;
A collection of old toys adds a touch of playful nostalgia. “Over the years, everyone has spent time living at Uraidla. It has been a round-robin of children, grandchildren and in-laws,” Ros says. “We have had family and friends’ weddings here and countless family events
“Ceiling” — Angel Weir
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
A Dream Cottage
Ideabooks21,109
Questions7
toy storage
Toy room window...Toy room idea...Like toy things
“Bookcase” — Wendy Walker
Sara Bates
My Houzz: Vintage Farmhouse Style
Ideabooks261
Questions1
A bunk bed, earthy colors and plenty of toys reminiscent of summer camp make up Sabia's son's bedroom. She scored the bunk bed for $15 at a yard sale and spray painted it black.Sabia's collection of maps and globes started with these vintage Alaska road maps, which she bought for her husband as a Father's
“The wall” — mia6527
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Tiny House
Ideabooks63,696
Questions11
kitchen, dining room and living room with large, comfortable, built in sofas that double as twin beds for guests. Drawers under the sofas hold children’s toys and a wall of shelves houses books and more. Photo by Lincoln Barbour.
kitchen, dining room and living room with large, comfortable, built in sofas that double as twin beds for guests. Drawers under the sofas hold children’s toys and a wall of shelves houses books and more. Photo by Lincoln Barbour. URL http://jhinteriordesign.com
kitchen, the dining room and the living room. She and her husband designed the built-in sofas with drawers; they double as twin beds for guests and toy storage. A walnut ladder leads the eye upward to Helgerson and her husband's lofty nest.Sofa, bookshelves, walnut ladder: custom, Jessica Helgerson Design
“shelves for Tahoe” — ccfitzsimons
Lindsay von Hagel
Chickens
Ideabooks5,553
Questions3
Add toys and chandeliers. Brian Gibb and his wife proudly display a limited-edition toy collection in their home, including these figures, which were made by Gibb to depict himself and his wife. Also, they have a chandelier in their chicken coop. Enough said.See more: My Houzz: Toys and Art Make
“Chickens” — sjpangrac
Crisp Architects
42 Reviews
Crisp Architects
Ideabooks11,112
Questions9
Outdoors: Before storing your patio furniture for the winter, clean it with baking soda and a wet sponge. Clean grime and mildew off pool toys with the basic mixture. Blast oil and grease stains in the garage or driveway by pouring baking soda directly on them. Scrub with a wet brush and rinse
Outdoors:Before storing your patio furniture for the winter, clean it with baking soda and a wet sponge.Clean grime and mildew off pool toys with the basic mixture.Blast oil and grease stains in the garage or driveway by pouring baking soda directly on them. Scrub with a wet brush and rinse.Battle icy
OutdoorsBefore storing your outdoor furniture for the winter, clean it with baking soda and a wet sponge.Clean grime and mildew off pool toys with the basic mixture.Blast oil and grease stains in the garage or driveway by pouring baking soda directly on them. Scrub with a wet brush and rinse
“size porch” — lrubacher
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