1,026 Stores Kids Design Photos

Maple & Gray
Maple & Gray Wardrobes
Ideabooks2,444
Questions2
organizing kids- art portfolio Have your child pick favorite pieces of art each month, date them and store them in an art portfolio. Toss the rest.
give away, sell or store.Remove toys that are broken or have missing pieces and can’t be fixed.Remove toys that your child has outgrown and decide whether to store, give away or sell them.If your child has a lot of very similar toys, remove enough so that what’s left can be easily stored and enjoyed.
“Storage” — Lyndsay Davenport
Julie Ranee Photography
loft
Ideabooks4,867
Questions6
... the loft, a dedicated space where the children are home-schooled. "I like that we have the loft now to store and organize our school supplies. It is nice to be able to 'leave' school upstairs while we go down and take a lunch break. When designing the house, we chose to use attic trusses, which allowed
every last item on display, but putting frequently used tools in an easy-to-grab spot is key. Fill an open-top bin or basket with your materials and store it in the room where you like to work.
“Kids area” — Anne Garcia
Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors
3 Reviews
Parkway
Ideabooks9,263
Questions7
Furniture Options• Think first about what you may already have — a small bookcase can be perfect for holding baby's toys and books, and a dresser can store clothing and stand in as a changing table with a pad placed on top.• Do shop vintage, but with a caveat — it's unlikely that older cribs meet today's
purchasing anything there, you can familiarize yourself with the many green brands available.• If you do purchase furniture brand new from a big-box store, set it up as soon as you can to allow time for off-gassing to occur. If anything you have purchased for baby's room has a strong chemical smell, air
organic mattresses completely free of chemicals, made in Ohio. They are now available through retail giant Babies R Us, or check the website to find a store near you.Green tip: Think quality over quantity. A piece like this classic Eames rocker may be a splurge now, but you will love it forever.Nursery style
“Dark wall” — Tian Su
Northern Virginia Design Firm
Exclusive Design, Exceptional Living
We deliver “ceiling to floor” interior design services, and 17 years of experience has afforded our design team the opportunity to share our passion for design and creating unique interior spaces.
Sponsored
From House to Home
Emidio's Room
Ideabooks13,324
Questions5
Storage bins don’t just come in canvas or rattan — or solely from a home store, for that matter. Hershman has also used plastic paint cans from a craft store to house blocks and Legos. “One of my best sources is the janitorial supply catalog,” she says. In this project
shelf, buckets to store toys, world map
Storage bins don’t just come in canvas or rattan — or solely from a home store, for that matter. Hershman has also used plastic paint cans from a craft store to house blocks and Legos. “One of my best sources is the janitorial supply catalog,” she says.In this project
“Jack's room- globes & maps” — heatherbakes
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: Connecting Work and Play in South Australia
Ideabooks491
Questions1
Hi rlm718, You could ask the homeowner Rebekah directly, she is a stylist and has her own retail store http://www.houzz.com/pro/onesmallroom/one-small-room-osr-interiors-building-design
sticker and vintage cupboards and suitcases, which are used for storing clothes and toys. World map: Premiär, Ikea
Tobias’s room also features a giraffe growth chart wall sticker and vintage cupboards and suitcases, which are used for storing clothes and toys. World map: Premiär, IKEA
“http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/20636304/list/My-Houzz--Connecting-Work-and-Play-in-South-Australia” — Becky Harris
Jeanette Lunde
Kids room
Ideabooks8,170
Questions2
This is from a store in Norway. Olive Furniture in Denmark has some that look a like.
I'm telling you, once you buy one wood crate, you will find a million uses for it around the house (storing toys!) and will want more. More: Flea Market Finds: Botanical Prints Flea Market Finds: Demijohns Around the Home Flea Market Finds: Wire baskets
ways to hide toys in plain sight.Fill vintage suitcases with extra toys and stack them in a corner. Voilà! Instant décor.Use flat bins or baskets to store puzzles and books under the bed or crib.Stuff a beanbag chair or Moroccan leather pouf with dress-up clothes.Utilize a storage ottoman or steamer trunk
“Toy box” — lolohowell
Terrat Elms Interior Design
5 Reviews
This Old House - Cambridge
Ideabooks3,551
Questions7
Each daughter got to choose the color for her room at the paint store.
Each daughter got to choose the colour for her room at the DIY store.
“Paint color” — angelabake
Morris & Woodhouse Interiors llc
14 Reviews
Basement
Ideabooks22,373
Questions1
Two large closets store the kids' endless toys and games. The cubbies add a decorative touch, and have low enough spaces for even the youngest child to store his goodies. Morris and her team thought the design of this basement through carefully, and even added a small bathroom so the kids wouldn't have
“For Caroline” — twmcentee
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™