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Art in Green
Custom cubby house with cantilever beam for tyre swing for the kids that was styled on the main house, complete with down lights. Photography © Nick Kennedy
Love it cos it's a cubby
Build a kids’ cubby house Although this Turramurra cubby house was custom-built, it would not be difficult to modify an existing shed to create a similar structure. The materials used for this cubby house are similar to those used for the main house. And the
empty backyard can only keep kids entertained for so long, but when there’s a cubby house and swing as cool as this one, children will head out for their daily dose of Vitamin D without prompting. If you don’t yet have a cubby in your backyard, or it needs upgrading to suit your children’s ages, designing
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
colored doors add a playful note that's perfect for a boy's room. Plus, the cubbies make it easy to keep the room looking relatively neat. Look for storage that kids can use to toss and go: Baskets, bins, wall hooks, and cubbies are all good choices. Have all of your child's clothes on hangers? Don't be
Even your mudroom can benefit from chic sports accessories. Instead of cubbies, outfit it with vintage lockers for a supercool look your kids will love.More:Sporty Looks Hit a Home RunBaseball Decor Steps Up to the Plate
functional and great-looking locker would have made them more amenable to putting their clothes away. It really is so practical; just enough room in each cubbie for a few clothes, so they don’t have to look under anything. I have spent half my life responding to “Mom, I can’t find my shoes, my shirt, my keys
Tess Bethune Interiors
an inexpensive way - just cubbies all the same size
cubbies for playroom upstairs
cubbies for upstairs playroom
wall of cubbies...storage cubbies
Northern Virginia Design Firm
Exclusive Design, Exceptional Living
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.
3. Decorate your cubby houseHow is the old cubby house looking? A bit on the dull side? Encourage the kids to come up with a theme or a colour scheme and spend the day converting the cubby into something special. Whether it’s a castle, dolls’ house, pirate
WPL Interior Design
Design Home 2012
benches and cubbies under angled wall
Love the sleeping cubbies!
cubby holes and window seating
cubby holes...The cubby holes...The cubbies
Cary Bernstein Architect
Cary Bernstein Architect Eureka Valley Residence
abandon can be liberating for them. Use cubbies, storage bins and other organizers to keep the mess under wraps when playtime is done. But every now and then, embrace the chaos!
I always love when rooms include someplace that tells the kids they are welcome. Cubbies like these, incorporated into a built-in
Southern Studio Interior Design
Wonderful design for a fun sleeping setup. Love to see these Blue Mason Jar sconces in each 'cubby'.
this ingenious arrangement of bunk beds is a terrific solution. Building them into the corner makes maximum use of the floor space, while adding the cubby at the head of each bed guarantees every child a private nook. Bookshelves add an important dimension while also providing a bit more separation between
My Houzz: Colorful Vintage Finds fill a Chic Modern Farmhouse
love the painted cubby and accent trim
the use of dead space turned into lil nook n cubby for bed ,frees up floor space
space saver...cubby hole
cubby bed...Likes cubby