1,026 functional island Kids Design Photos

Kelly Donovan
My Home
Ideabooks16,399
Questions9
The mirror at child height.... this is cute and functional and good for them.
Use of natural structures for functional
with sloped ceilings. If a built-in or large-scale shelving unit is either too large for your room or out of your budget, you can still add extra function by simply hanging a rack or hooks beneath a sloped ceiling. A small mirror below turns this spot into a little dressing area.
as clothes racks, curtain rods and more. If you come across a branch with a good shape, take it home, clean it up and put it to work as functional decor. A twisted or gently curving branch can become a one-of-a-kind clothing rack, while a slim, straight branch can be used as a curtain rod. Smaller pieces
“branch to hang things” — suzemiller
LDa Architecture & Interiors
6 Reviews
Row House Interiors Play Area/Guest Room
Ideabooks7,698
Questions11
but privacy isn't a concern there and an inward-opening door was awkward. I'm okay with it, but I must say pocket doors can be problematic in their function; mine have warped just enough to scrape as they open, making marks on the door's paint. It could be caused by poor installation, but I've seen it
Nice day Bed with functional drawers
sleeping at night, so the windows should be dressed for both. “Shutters, woven woods, Roman shades, roller shades and draperies are beautiful and functional window treatments with easy access to daylight as well as privacy and blackout come evening,” says Rosen.
“Bed” — bartolini
Board and Vellum
20 Reviews
Light-filled Basement
Ideabooks242
Questions1
nice, very functional
“Media office workspace” — pastorarhonda
Polhemus Savery DaSilva
7 Reviews
House on Harpers Island
Ideabooks3,070
Questions1
I think it's an awesome idea !! it's functional and convenient in terms of saving space.
House on Harpers Island
“Beds” — mj3580
Jacob Snavely Photography
1 Review
Westbury, Long Island New York - CHANGO + Co Design
Ideabooks224
Questions1
Westbury, Long Island New York - CHANGO + Co Design
Great Functional Design with colors I like
“sarah might hav” — dcintron1
National Association of the Remodeling Industry
3 Reviews
2012 CotY Award-Winning Interiors
Ideabooks20,630
Questions7
double-duty organizational tool. Search for it at your local hardware store and follow the directions. You usually need several coats, but the extra functionality will be worth it.
small table instead of island
“Chalkboard Storage” — elainejohns
Andra Birkerts Design
6 Reviews
Beach House - Narragansett
Ideabooks22,601
Questions7
Thanks for your interest in these ladders. We spent a lot of time on the design of these ladders to make sure they were both beautiful and functional. The end result is something that is so specific to the room and the children who are using the space. You will have to determine width and height
Herrick & White in Rhode Island custom built the railings for us. They bored holes into wooden posts and strung rope between the posts.
“Emme's dream room” — jjjoseph
Julie Ranee Photography
B&A W
Ideabooks5,532
Questions4
Consider function. What will you be doing in the room you are working on? A palette can often be determined by function. Are you working on a child's room, nursery, playroom or breakfast room? Here is your chance to have some fun. Try color combinations that are cheery and whimsical, yet cohesive. You
You may not want this look all over your house, but it's OK to let loose in a room, especially if it suits the function.
“love the paint and brush on the wall” — Rachel Cochran Meglio
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