65 Home Towne Collection Doors Kids Design Photos

McCroskey Interiors
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McCroskey Interiors
in my home. What color are the walls? Thank you!
do at home if you can find a good upholsterer it looks amazing. In finishings it is always the small things like repeat and how it fits that count and it usually turns out better when someone qualified handles it.
I purchased the bird cage from a boutique in town and do not know the manufacturer
Selke's collection - Shalini Taupe Raspberry, Esha Raspberry Pink, and Seema Raspberry.
boutique in town could order one for you if you do not have a tax ID. Thanks!
(available at Home Depot) were screwed into the bottom of the coronet's straight edge side (the flat side that will be up against the wall), equi-distant apart, and also attached to the wall. You can use ready-made drapery if needed for this, simply attach the drapes as mentioned and then determine the height
“I love the colors, and the elegance in it, although there is still teen portrayed in here” — kittykatrocks3
Dana Lauren Designs
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Westwood Home
twood Home...pocket door...white door...closet doors....Town table...Closet door
“Blinds” — crokemaria
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: 140 year old mud brick home
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, gr
french doors for mom's room looking north
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;
“Like the French doors” — travelervintage
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Patty creates unique, enjoyable, and livable interiors. Regardless of project budget, she is known for successfully working within all constraints to create the most beautiful spaces possible.
boy bunk room
extra tall doors. I think the pic just makes it look very high
out of town guests...slumber Parties!
dream home
“Ikea Mirror red. Gray bunks, nautical light” — 3beez
Michelle Hinckley
Kid's Room.
example of a collection of baubles stored in a clear jar. Not only does it keep your trinkets organized, but it also complements the room nicely.
Cape Town
“shelf in corner for kiaras room” — Angela Zaita
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Tree House
amazing homes, while the parents will offer details about the inspiration, how the space came together, and how the viewers can create something similar in their homes. If your family and home fit this description, we’d love to hear from you ASAP! Shooting in June and July. Please send over a quick
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of your home, some photos of the home + family, and your contact info to sarahp@mediarain.com. Thanks and good luck!
“wood” — slavianna
Jeanette Lunde
Kids room
wreath. Collect pine cones on a winter walk and bring them home to make this easy crafts project to adorn a doorway. Use craft wire or a child's wire clothing hanger (wrap with fabric or colored tape if you like) to create a wreath form, then attach pinecones with fishing line or hot glue.
nursery door is an unexpected touch. Wouldn't this make a fun baby gift? The natural look blends well with this setting, but you could paint the cones pink, blue or any other color you like.
Make a pinecone wreath. Collect pine cones on a winter walk and bring them home to make this easy crafts project
“Natural neutral colors with accent rug” — rlbray
Shelley Gardea
Green Walls and Pops of Color for a Fun Kid Room
mine at HomeGoods though! A rare find...
loose collection of annoying pieces to step on in the hallway or suck up into your vacuum cleaner. But these tiny toys actually go a long way toward helping your child come up with creative solutions to problems. Add a loose-parts station to your playroom to get those creative juices flowing.
your best home spaces.Upload a minimum of three photos of your home to your Houzz account and add the images to an ideabook. To upload photos, click on the Upload link in the upper right corner of the Houzz page.
in your home needs carpet, consider using carpet tiles instead of the wall-to-wall variety. Carpet tiles are more readily available than ever and come in a myriad of colors and designs. When a tile gets worn or ruined by a juice spill, you simply replace it. Plus, some companies, such as FLOR, even recycle
“The offset green wall” — retropinkpunk
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