121 child safety Hall Design Photos

Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
12 Reviews
Second floor loft.
Ideabooks195
Questions0
Slide instead of fireman pole for child safety.
“Loft idea” — sroerich
Smerin Architects
1 Review
Red Bridge House
Ideabooks470
Questions0
On the top floor, barely visible wires create an unobtrusive safety barrier. The window seats have storage lockers underneath. ‘This was designed as a
On the top floor, barely visible wires create an unobtrusive safety barrier. The window seats have storage lockers underneath. “This was designed
a play space for wet days, with a window seat for each child. That was when there were three kids, but now there are four!’ Skylights illuminate the space
designed as a play space for wet days, with a window seat for each child. That was when there were three kids, but now there are four!” Skylights illuminate
“Love this idea” — cindy0804
cinnamonpost
the cinnamon post
Ideabooks4,097
Questions1
of hooks, consider a row of baskets or totes. Assign one basket to each child.
consider a row of baskets or totes. Assign one basket to each child. My messiest child hauled everything around in his backpack. We set a chair under
Child station for clean clothes
“Inspire” — grandmasoon4
Northern Virginia Design Firm
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Rikki Snyder
6 Reviews
My Houzz: Laurie Rabe
Ideabooks711
Questions0
“Some people told us we had to buy a one-storey ranch house due to our child’s multiple handicapped needs. But Bruce and I cared deeply about owning an
Laurie. "Some people told us we had to buy a one-story ranch house due to our child's multiply handicapped needs. But Bruce and I cared deeply about owning an
“spindles?” — losvegas
yamamar design
Palo Alto Eichler
Ideabooks4,279
Questions2
Child hallway...Child friendly
“Check the ceiling.” — ctalia
Balance Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Cortes
Ideabooks5,815
Questions6
time, as with grooves notched on a door frame indicating the growth of a child?
time, as with grooves notched on a door frame indicating the growth of a child?
“like the colors” — starr111
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Window seat/reading nook at end of stair hallway
Ideabooks15,577
Questions5
...Well, unless it's a child's room. Tip: It's easier to use a bold color on your walls when much of said walls are covered with artwork and built-ins
Using multiple colors in a child's room is essential for fostering creativity and imagination. I love how
book and dust every nook and cranny. Wipe down each book, especially your child's well-thumbed copies, which almost always have remnants of their afternoon
“Adam” — nanoammora
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
6 Reviews
TriBeCa loft
Ideabooks1,944
Questions5
It definitely doesn't look like a home for a happy child. Hopefully the rest of the house isn't as bland.
“look” — amyhay12
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