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Lauren Liess Interiors
9 Reviews
Child's Bedroom
Ideabooks19,071
Questions9
LOVE the green and black decor!!! Where did the curtain come from? I thought of putting our school room together with green, black/white, and red accents. Perfect curtain! Where
simplicity, bed at window, solid quilt with eclectic decor
For families with young kids, decorating a home can be daunting. Lauren relies on kid-friendly fabrics, slipcovers and plenty of attractive storage. "Don’t give up just because you have kids," she says. "It’s not an excuse, just a challenge to rise above."
through leaf prints, as Lauren from Pure Style Home has done in her boy's bedroom. The lively print works perfectly with the colors of the room and the graphic rug design.
Across the room, the big boy bed also serves as a cozy daybed.See the rest of this homeMore bedrooms that grow with your child
“Cute bed” — maestrominute
Klang & Associates
Huntington Square
Ideabooks5,387
Questions3
This is a model home so we wanted the writing to be permanent (until painted over.) However, you can get chalkboard paint tinted to any paint color you choose which is what we would use for a room for a real little boy.
lettering creates a great contrast. The good thing about this concept is that it allows change. Maybe this kid will be into baseball next year. More: Decorate Your Home With Color That Makes You Smile
“Alexanders room” — Shaun Hussein
Siol
San Francisco Designer Showcase 2010
Ideabooks1,073
Questions0
San Francisco Decorator Showcase home, designer Jessica Weigley used this shallow display case to conceal a closet that she turned into a kids’ play nook.
For the 2010 San Francisco Decorator Showcase home, designer Jessica
For the 2010 San Francisco Decorator Showcase home, designer Jessica Weigley used this shallow display case to conceal a closet that she turned into a kids’ play nook.
Hidden doorway-idea to panic room, to be constructed upstairs after the stairs, looking like a study area (refer to saved home office ideas) and fully soundproof equipped with electricity, small sink, phone chargers, netbook, landline, panic button, poofs only no couch or bed
For the 2010 San Francisco Decorator Showcase home, designer Jessica Weigley used this shallow display case to conceal a closet that she turned into a kids’ play nook.
“secret chamber” — yeopeishan
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Loudoun County Interior Designer
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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.
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nursery
Ideabooks87
Questions0
How do you go about decorating a home that works well for both children and adults? "A sense of humor goes a long way! This house belongs to all four of us, so it’s important that we all feel comfortable."
“Chair” — katecor
Rayco Painting
5 Reviews
Tamarind Residence - San Francisco Bay Area
Ideabooks3,034
Questions6
Decor Ideas
Home school play room dreamy
The outer space decor
“framed pics” — Jennifer Iwanski
Tracey Rapisardi Design
Tracey Rapisardi Design
Ideabooks2,479
Questions4
wire baskets with hooks and other decor instead of towels this would be cute under the window in the downstairs bedroom.
Wall Decor and Beach letter
beach decor...beach home...coastal decor...coastal home
“Wire shelving and letters” — Darenda Gee
Hendel Homes
24 Reviews
Classical Nantucket Dream Home
Ideabooks226
Questions0
Classical Nantucket Dream Home
coastal decor...coastal home...lake home...Hendel Homes
“Chalkboard wall studio” — jford627
JFF Design Architects
3 Reviews
Bedroom
Ideabooks350
Questions0
addition that has a great amount of detail and functionality while adding just the right amount of space for everyone in the family. As this is a vacation home located by the ocean; we wanted to create enough space for entertaining and the flow of the living areas was an important consideration. The entertainment
glory. We outfitted the master with a second floor balcony space to the southwest that serves perfectly for morning coffee or evening cocktails. This home exemplifies how we approach our designs. We did not simply want to add large spaces for the sake of additional living area. We wanted to provide a
“cuarto niñas” — ammf2584
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