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Hi Jeanette, LOVE the art, is it a painting or a piece of fabric that is framed,, just a gorgeous room altogether,, love all your work!
Stretch vintage fabric onto a canvas for instant, low-maintenance art — perfect for kids' spaces and craft rooms.
Samaras room, wall hanging
The whole room is adorable
Colors ; charlotte's room
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Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
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.
Lompier Interior Group
Lompier Interior Group
Works in the cubby behind the door for a craft space.
arts and crafts corner
The shelves for kylees room
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Hello, I am trying to get contact information for the designer of this Girl's Bedroom/Art Room for a story on kids' rooms. Can I have either your email (Carolina007) or a contact email/original website this came from? Thanks, CR
Oh so shabby chic! I love it for my daughter's room!
good organization ideas for desk space or craft room
hanging rod storage for arts and crafts
Justine Sterling Design
Kids Studio Space
simple additions to my dining room to make an art room
Sterling says. “My kitchen was being overtaken by crafts, and not having any room to cook or eat was driving me bonkers!” Thus, the focus of the new room is creative play and art. The kids love to play games, paint and play with Play-Doh and stickers at their craft table, and everything they need is close at
Get their creative juices flowingWhen drawing, painting and craft supplies are within easy reach in a central area of the house, kids of all ages will naturally gravitate towards them. A light-filled space with plenty of room to spread out is ideal, and if the kids can make a mess without fear
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work yet probably not for a while. We mostly play and do crafts and hikes etc as boys are busy and I believe are ment to be outside and adventurous. We will be finishing our basement for a craft and play room but I love the idea of stuff in each room like stations especially kit hen so I can multi task :)
Feel free to email me firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be happy to help! PS. If this is for a kids room/playroom.. chalkboard paint is always a super fun way to add color ( and fun for the kids) to the room!
do you still homeschool? We are building a new house and are setting up a school room for our 7 children. How would you design it?
It's like a room device for work however is serene and calm it the same time
Love these paint colors for a playroom. What are they? Great room!!
this for a craft room/kid space
Like this for a craft room/kid space combo
in bonus room above a garage possibly
Cute ideas for the slanted room
I WANT THIS ROOM!!! Just change the colors.
the bath room in the back
Cubes Craft table Seating Big letter
Like the mom craft desk!
grey and yellow room
For the upstairs room
Ideas for bonus room
Carolina Craft Table
Play room...Craft Table...Kids room...play room
Craft room, nice use of space
these built ins could be awesome in basement\rec room.
Kind of like our fam room/boys wing
Family room converts to playroom; same layout as our house
Nice for homework/reading room
living room family room
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Kropat Interior Design
Colorful Mid Century Modern Residence
great idea for a craft/homework space
9. Set up a self-help arts and crafts zone. Stop the incessant asking where this or that material is by setting up a simple but well-organized area your kids can access on their own. A child-height table and chairs, various papers, crayons, markers and colored pencils are all you really need to get started