19,162 Interior Design Kids Design Photos

Boy's RoomINVIEW Interior Design
Add visual interest. "This room was designed for a 3-year-old boy," says Petra Scroggins of Inview Interior Design. "The stripes are composed of three different colors of blue and were meant to make his room more interesting and obviously to add more color to the space."
INVIEW Interior Design
INVIEW Interior Design Children's Room
Briar RoseThompson Custom Homes
hired an interior designer who purchased this set.
Our company builds the homes. The homeowners typically have interior designers
The client's interior designer purchased those.
I love the whole set up all together it is amazing. I love the bed, window seat, and the design.
bold? How have you used blue in your bedroom? Please post a photo in the Comments section below and share.More: More guides to using blue in your interior design
closets, an interior designer, a professional organizer or a closet designer can help. A carpenter can also create built-in storage.Cost range: $200 to $10,000. To add a few bins costs very little. To design and build permanent cabinets or a storage wall costs more.Lisa Hershman of Play Chic Interiors in New
fabricator.$10,000: Could buy a custom piece from a carpenter.“You can find a designer or an organizer to work with at any of these price points,” Hershman says. “But these numbers reflect the cost of goods and not design fees.” Toy storage is an area where people tend to buy things they don’t need and
sweater, so therefore he is cooler than you by default. So is their greyhound, Rumble, who has a skull-print collar. See more: My Houzz: Universal Design Helps an 8-Year-Old Feel at Home
PlayroomRachel Reider Interiors
other two colors interchangeably (blue and tan here). "FLOR tiles are great for families with young children as they are really durable," says interior designer Rachel Reider, "and you can replace one if it gets dirty rather than having to replace the whole rug. They also come in a million different colors
warm colors in the painting on the mantle in this purple room is the clear focal point. By choosing the cool colors of the walls and furnishings, the designer is adding emphasis to the painting and she's using her knowledge of color theory to advance her goal. The effect is subtle but impossible to miss
2. Misez sur une pièce iconiquePour ceux dont les enfants semblent jongler avec les passions comme d’autres avec les balles, ou les amateurs de design qui ne souhaiteraient pas trop concéder à la décoration de la chambre de leur chérubin, pourquoi ne pas miser sur une seule et unique pièce dont le
Miami TownhouseAmy Lau Design
The design of the room is cute and I like the colors and the design of the walls and the light
A fresh coat of paint will always transform a room, and a kids bedroom is the perfect room to try exciting color schemes and designs. These horizontal stripes even make the space look significantly larger!
love the way this designer has played with horizontal stripes, squares, and circles here. Why not add a light that's a cut off sphere?
Dear American interior designer Amy Lau, you are a genius and I love your teen rooms as much as your non-teen rooms. Again, mid-century design is fantastic for teens;
With the details left to the bedding, rug, and wall design, this room provides a plethora of visual pleasure without sacrificing room to roam and play. White creates a calm base for these colors, down to the
The carpet looks like an Akira Isogawa dress and top I have (Australian Designer). He also makes carpets. Where can I purchase the carpet? Thank u
You can find a similar design at Design Within Reach (available in orange, white, and sky blue): http://www.dwr.com/product/globus-chair-plastic-stainless.do?keyword=chair&sortby=ourPicks
Kids Room with built in bunk bed and modern design
designer full lower bunk, single upper bunk
Le design (façon dont c'est fait)
There’s no question that the wallpaper installed in this bedroom by interior designer Erin Martin and SB Architects warms the space. To gauge its impact, just cover the top part of the photo with your hand and then quickly remove
Bonus RoomPlattner Custom Builders, LLC
The light comes in multiple sizes. You can check the David Trubridge Design site for the options. Thanks
Hello - the light comes from David Trubridge Design. You can find it easily by searching the web. Thanks!
I love the lighting design that is created through the pendent lighting fixture, real cool
love the design on the walls from the light fixture
kids’ playroom, consider a sleeper sofa instead of a bed. “A comfy sleeper sofa provides the perfect solution for seating and sleeping,” says interior designer Linda Rosen. “Coordinate the sofa fabrics with other elements in the space to set the tone for the room and establish a color scheme.”
Tween BedroomInDesign / Lori Ludwick
I like turquoise and teal colors plus the window seat! Not necessarily the design of the ? behind the bed.
flocked wallpaper behind a patterned headboard, while colorful pillows sit on a thick turquoise window seat cushion. To really push the layers, interior designer Lori Ludwick added embellishments to a simple Ikea nightstand. She also custom made the feather-covered chandelier. Wall paint: Palace White,
Spring 2012Amy Renea
Design by Fieldstone Hill Design Photographed by ALLENAIM Photography & Design
2. Traditional Home in PennsylvaniaInterior designer Darlene Weir is all about flexible seating options. Although her boys use a traditional chair and desk setup for writing assignments, they do
BedroomShannon Malone
That is great design! How we're the medals hung?
Enid and her daughter worked with interior designer Suna Lock to design this bedroom. "She was ready for a room that reflected her mature personality and interests," Enid says. Paint: Adriatic Sea, Benjamin Moore
Chic Mid-town PlayroomSara Bederman Interior Design
21, 2014 PRO Sara Bederman Interior Design The legs were purchased at ikea as well January 25, 2014 at 5:51pm Like laura_hallett wrote: Great playroom! Which white paint did you use on the trim? Thank you Like Comment January 4, 2014 PRO Sara Bederman Interior Design Thank you! The paint was Benjamin
Sara Bederman Interior Design This is Benjamin Moore, Timberwolf Grey
Miami Interior Design - Detailed MinimalismDKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
Miami Interior Design - Detailed Minimalism
Miami Interior Design - Detailed Minimalism Kids Bedroom Custom Carpentry Girls Bedroom www.dkorinteriors.com Photography by Alexia Fodere
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
Miami Interior Design - Detailed Minimal
Alex Amend PhotographySave to IdeabookEmail Photo Interior designer Emily Mughannam of EM Design Interiors and others consider the ceiling the fifth wall — so why not decorate it as you would the other four? In this room, Mughannam
What do you like about this photo?The hanger art work and ceiling design
the design decision was to keep the wall planes clean and white while adding color, texture and pattern on several ceilings.
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