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Shannon Malone
2. Think about color and lighting. Once you know the look you are after, it's time to think about paint. Use extra-large paint swatches or get sample-size amounts to try out colors directly on the wall before
“blue” — rebeccahensley
McIntosh Poris Associates
3 Reviews
Birmingham House
you’re not likely to pry your kids away from them if all you’re offering is something they see as “educational.” Instead, use what they are passionate about and help them expand upon it. Do they love Legos? Set up a permanent spot for their creations, and look up creative building challenges for them to
they see as ‘educational.’” — Laura GaskillThis story is full of great ideas to pry that Pokémon game out of your kids’ hands and get them excited about more creative play. Full story: 10 Ideas for Making Screen-Free Play a Reality
“Blach and white” — 4resas
Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors
5 Reviews
Green 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
furniture would make great finds.• If you have a hand-me-down crib, check with the manufacturer to find out if it meets current standards, and learn more about what those standards are on the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) website.• When shopping for new nursery furniture, seek out sustainable F
“Rug and chair” — Hayley Gonzalez
Hide & Sleep Interior Design
2 Reviews
Leo's Room
life stage of the home you’re in or are looking to buy. Then think about this in relation to the needs and requirements of you and your family – it’s important that your house grows with your needs.
Sleep on itIf you’re hesitant about going too graphic, introduce a subtle touch of geometry through
“Like the shelves” — catelouisec
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Sugar Bowl Residence
need to accommodate a lot of visitors, consider a bunk beds. Even adults think it's kind of fun to bunk every now and then – they can have a big laugh about their slumber party at breakfast the next day.
Bunk beds. What would an ideabook about summer camp style be without bunk beds? This particular space takes it to the next level by using four beds. Something like this would be fun to try
“Tape” — surreyvilla
CWB Architects
Bergen Street Residence
playroom—the odd leftover space under the stair was turned into a playhouse—with portholes and a small tunnel for toy trains and toy horses." Oh, and about those circles Brendan says, "Portholes are way fun! It needed to be whimsical, and yes, there is a fort behind the portholes and the stair—good times
Speaking of more casual spaces, try out a new hue in a child's bedroom or playroom. Your little ones will have strong opinions and brilliant ideas about color you may not have thought of.
“Secret kids space” — saubia
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
55 Reviews
Miami Interior Design - Detailed Minimalism
think about reward rather than punishment. Positive reinforcement is far more likely to foster long-lasting good habits.TELL US MOREDid you inherit the tidy gene, or do you find yourself battling a tendency to hoard? Share your good and bad habits in the comments below, and be sure to tell us about any
“two-place bed” — Igor Zybin
The Virginia House
Bright And Fun Western Room
trim work, which keeps the walls from being overwhelmed by the bold blue paint. Tip: When deciding on a height for this type of trim work, think about the amount of room you want for hanging art above it. This window is one of Woods' oldest finds. The window "started me on my whole, primitive, antique
Reuse architectural elements as decorative displays. If your basement or garage is crowded with old windows, doors and shutters, think about how you might use these creatively around the house. Window panels can house photographs, or you can fasten them to a base to make a unique table. Shutters
“window frame” — Laura Cormier
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