6,059 Floor plan Kids Design Photos

RLH Studio
2 Reviews
ASID Showcase House 2012
Ideabooks5,938
Questions5
ideabook and create a floor plan. Gather inspiration images and collect the best in an ideabook on Houzz. Just looking at all the images together should help clarify what your son or daughter wants. Once you have the general style nailed down, sketch out ideas for the new floor plan.Style notes: A tall
“Deco” — angiebouzerand
Starr Homes
4 Reviews
River Cliff Reverse Floor Plan
Ideabooks54
Questions0
River Cliff Reverse Floor Plan
“Lake” — heathertignor77
Significant Homes LLC
8 Reviews
Westchester Colonial
Ideabooks813
Questions1
open floor plan
wide plank flooring...wood floors...Top floor
“3en1” — Carolina Coto
Tracey Rapisardi Design
Tracey Rapisardi Design
Ideabooks2,314
Questions3
Tracey Rapisardi Design, 2008 Coastal Living Idea House 3rd Floor
open floor plan...painted floors
“Oh my” — Chele Denney
Campos Leckie Studio
Crosstown Loft
Ideabooks61
Questions0
open floor plan
“Z3” — natcha12
Watershed Design
3 Reviews
Caringbah 01
Ideabooks99
Questions0
open floor plan
“Kids built in” — sarahporch
Shoshana Gosselin
4 Reviews
Happy Bold Kids Basement Playroom
Ideabooks2,637
Questions5
930-square-foot space into zones. "We didn't want any walls separating each zone because the basement would shrink in size, so we worked with an open floor plan," says Gosselin. "This is also a good way to think if you're unsure of how you might use the basement in a few years." The kids' play space, tucked
the basement, is slightly hidden from guests but still has plenty of space to store toys and games. Built-in shelving along one wall takes up minimal floor space, leaving more room for the children to play. A bright green paint from Sherwin Williams helps keep this room bright and light.
“Paint” — agilbert6
Barker Freeman Design Office Architects pllc
Brooklyn House
Ideabooks92
Questions0
swinging doors. (Pocket doors are a great way to deal with tight floor plans.)
The top floor is split roughly into two halves: the front half, overlooking the street, is the master suite; the rear half contains the three bedrooms for the kids. A pocket door separates the two halves, and pocket doors are also used in the bathrooms and in the master suite, in concert with some swinging
“Avery's room” — mdhutch49
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