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Yea! I know this one :) Sanssouci from Designers Guild
Tip: Involve young children in design decisions. Meisels designed this room for the couple's 5-year-old daughter. "I do like to involve the little ones in the design of their rooms; they love having a voice in the decision making. Of course I’m a design control freak so I’d never ask 'what do you want
Tip: Involve young children in design decisions. Meisels designed this room for the couple’s 5-year-old daughter. ‘I do like to involve children in the design of their rooms; they love having a voice in the decision making. Of course I’m a design control freak so I’d never ask “what do you
decided on – it’s a negotiation where all parties involved walk away happy!"Bed: CustomNightstands and bench: Crate and BarrelWallpaper: Sanssouci from Designers Guild
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furniture or building custom cabinetry or closets, an interior designer, a professional organizer or a closet designer can help. A carpenter can also create built-in storage.Cost range: $200 to $10,000. To add a few bins costs very little. To design and build permanent cabinets or a storage wall costs more
fabricator.$10,000: Could buy a custom piece from a carpenter.“You can find a designer or an organizer to work with at any of these price points,” Hershman says. “But these numbers reflect the cost of goods and not design fees.” Toy storage is an area where people tend to buy things they don’t need and
sweater, so therefore he is cooler than you by default. So is their greyhound, Rumble, who has a skull-print collar. See more: My Houzz: Universal Design Helps an 8-Year-Old Feel at Home
Amy Lau Design
The design of the room is cute and I like the colors and the design of the walls and the light
A fresh coat of paint will always transform a room, and a kids bedroom is the perfect room to try exciting color schemes and designs. These horizontal stripes even make the space look significantly larger!
love the way this designer has played with horizontal stripes, squares, and circles here. Why not add a light that's a cut off sphere?
Dear American interior designer Amy Lau, you are a genius and I love your teen rooms as much as your non-teen rooms. Again, mid-century design is fantastic for teens;
With the details left to the bedding, rug, and wall design, this room provides a plethora of visual pleasure without sacrificing room to roam and play. White creates a calm base for these colors, down to the
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
Best of Houzz Winner 2013 + 2014
Best of Houzz Winner 2013 + 2014
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Robert Young Architects
Did this designer actually have kids---so much WHITE- can't imagine it will stay that way!
bedroom is their favorite room in the house,” adds Young. These bunk beds were custom designed for three young sisters who share this space together. The furnishings, as well as the architecture and interior, were all designed by Robert Young Architects. The homeowners were very involved, resulting in a c
bedroom is their favourite room in the house,” adds Young. These bunk beds were custom designed for three young sisters who share this space together. The furnishings, as well as the architecture and interior, were all designed by Robert Young Architects. The homeowners were very involved, resulting in a c
Cristi Holcombe Interiors, LLC
Alphabet Teen Boy
Did you also custom design the bedskirt?
approach to design; recreating the Amazon with frog covered walls and water feature nighstands is...a DISASTER.
Let your imagination run wild when designing kids' rooms. The headboard was created from pallets Cristi received from other furniture shipments. Proves that a little ingenuity and creativity can save you money!
Green is a great choice for the walls in children's rooms. Bedding and accessories in primary tones adds a visual punch to the design.
Let your imagination run wild when designing kids’ rooms. The headboard was created from crates used to for other furniture deliveries Cristi received. This room proves that a little ingenuity
Andrea Swan - Swan Architecture
Linden Hills Contemporary
I have liked the design of this wardrobe.want details on measurements for building one for myself
Chinese. Still keen to see other wardrobe designs other than even the 1 in this photo.
Nice wardrobe design
Wardrobe design...Design and colour...wardrobe designs...the modern design...nice design...DESIGN AND NEATNESS...good design...the wardrobe design
Sullivan Building & Design Group
River Road Cottage
I just need to repeat, Sullivan Building&Design your work is so amazing, everything you guys touch has clearly been thought out and is in line with the companies philosophy. I love the serious design and those playful moments mixed the the inovation, what can I say, I'm a huge fan!!!
These beds were custom designed for the space which they occupy. All the details would change relative to the room you would build them in. You must first decide the mattress sizes
interesting approach to using books as a design element: turning paperbacks so that their pages face outward. To me, this feels like a novel (sorry) take on the classic designer's trick of covering books in white paper for a uniform look.
That fabric is from Designer Fabric outlet here in Toronto
This wallpaper is actually one of my designs. It is available on www.aimeewilder.com
Cute design for jack but maybe on a smaller scale
child's bedroom. This bedroom was designed for the couple's 3-year-old son. "I am not a fan of 'themed' rooms for children. Having one myself, I know how quickly their interests can change," Meisels says. "Rather, I like to integrate very adult elements into the design of a child's room, like the upholstered
child’s bedroom. This bedroom was designed for the couple’s 3-year-old son. ‘I am not a fan of “themed” rooms for children. Having one myself, I know how quickly their interests can change,’ Meisels says. ‘Rather, I like to integrate very adult elements into the design of a child’s room, like the upholstered