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Girl bed room
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LÄTT Children's table and 2 chairs
best furniture for you. Best Regards, Upik Desy Prasetya www.wisanka.com adminpro@indoor-teak.com
if you're still interested in the bed, we have similar item. please contact me for further informations by email adminpro@indoor-teak.com i'd be happy to assist you choosing the best furniture for you
Wow !! What an idea...!! From where you get this much ideas dear ?? I have also bought some furniture from http://baby-direct.com.au for my baby's room and want decorate it like your one. Please give me some advise.
I wish my children's room would look some sort of similar to this!! Lovely!
homes.Ask These 3 QuestionsAs with all the adult things you bring into your home, ask the same three questions of your children’s things: Do they love it? need it? use it? Ask your children to answer the same questions but help them understand what those questions actually mean. Define “need” as something
“Children's room” — Hamzah Rasheed
Fotograf Lisbet Spörndly
Stockholm, Sweden
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kids furniture doesn't have to be not usable in the future...
The quilts are great because they can be used as the children get older, the design, while feminine has a great strong graphic quality that is not at all age specific/
All the Wright children share a room. The two older children sleep on an Ikea bunk bed, while the youngest snoozes in a simple Ikea crib on the other side of the room. Anna made the children’s bedding out of vintage fabric. A desk from her grandfather’s
All the Wright children share a room. The two older children sleep on an IKEA bunk bed, while the youngest snoozes in a simple IKEA crib on the other side of the room. Anna made the children’s bedding out of vintage fabric. A unit from her grandfather’s
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Mabbott Seidel Architecture
Harlem Residence Children's Room
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Instead of providing separate bedrooms for the two young children, we designed a single large bedroom with a sliding wall of Douglas fir. Half of the space can be configured as a playroom, with the children sleeping on the other side. The playroom can also function as a guest room. Photo by Ofer Wolberger
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create acoustic privacy. As gorgeous as these modern extra-wide doors are, the sounds of children playing are sure to be heard in the adjacent spaces. That's not so good if you're working or sleeping, but it's very good if you're taking care of small children.
for the pocket ...or it could slide along the outside of the wall, although a little extra wall space would be good for art mounting and lamp or furniture in the corner
“pocket door” — Rose Birtch Company
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Southern Studio Interior Design
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Lake House
Ideabooks190K
Questions42
What would a project like this cost to do it yourself? (to build the furniture)
What's the best color for the furniture with wood tiles floor?
Me have five children? Acckkk
Nice if you have a couple of children or have a few sleepovers
guest room shared room multiple children
I have many children and am always wondering about ideas like This :)
Bookshelves add an important dimension while also providing a bit more separation between the beds — and thus between the children.
More than two kidsIf you have more than two children sharing a room, this ingenious arrangement of bunk beds is a terrific solution. Building them into the corner makes
More Than 2 KidsIf you have more than two children sharing a room, this ingenious arrangement of bunk beds is a terrific solution. Building them into the corner makes maximum use of the floor space
“book shelf and bed” — Annette Chenier Dhaliwal
Susan Reddick Design, Inc.
1 Review
Susan Reddick Design, Inc.
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A colorful children’s room with blue and red Maine Cottage furniture and custom colored rugs and bed linens. Photography: Greg Premru
A colorful children's room with blue and red Maine Cottage furniture and custom-colored rugs and bed linens
I love the colored furniture in a white room
Children's room lake
Bold painted furniture
Color furnitur...children's room...painted furniture...children's room
“Que haya sólo dos camas” — jimejia
Alicia Ventura Interior Design
Alicia Ventura, Interior Design
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This tree is hand-painted, with shelves incorporated onto the branches for a children's reading area.
children's furniture
Grand children's corner
kids furniture...outdoor furniture...Children room paint...Children's room...children room
“طلاء الجدران واندماجه مع رفوف المكتبه” — walgubaisi
Guided Home Design
20 Reviews
Chic Luxury
Ideabooks36,598
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I had a children's boutique that I closed in Dec. We are selling off our custom built wooden units that are very similar to this. The units have adjustable shelves
I was going to make a similar comment.....children grow too fast to warrant that many shoes.
This is a clients home not my personal home. I think they just enjoy their children..
“Closet de niña” — yesihome
Jute Interior Design
7 Reviews
San Anselmo play room
Ideabooks41,383
Questions17
still interested, we have similar item, we also do custom furniture. you can take a look at our galery www.wisanka.com or contact me for further informations by email adminpro@indoor-teak.com i'd be happy to assist you choosing the best furniture for you. Best Regards, Upik Desy www.wisanka.com admin
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6. Support multisensory play. Children establish a connection to the world around them by experiencing it through sensory play. Design your children's play area with multiple senses in mind: instruments for playing and hearing music, multiple
1. A child's-eye view. A great thing to do when designing children's rooms is to literally get down on their level. In fact, babyproofing experts often recommend crawling through your home to spot any potential dangers. Safety issues aside, you can also use this trick to help decide which toys to place
“Tipi” — Anja Hitzler
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