232 hand crafted metal Kids Design Photos

S Connors
Kids Art Studio
Ideabooks87,181
Questions19
attached to the walls (like 2x4s maybe?) There needs to be space behind it to it the metal pegs in.
this is Kewl, you can buy most of this stuff on the back wall from craft stores and your local merchants that you use to set up in your garage.
Craft area in basement. Colored pegboard
Reduce waste: Kid's play areas and desks are a primary spot for wasting supplies. Try organizing crafts, writing utensils, and small school supplies in easy to find containers. The easier it is to put things back, the less likely the kids will lose them. That saves money and needless new supplies.
It doesn't have to be fancy. A good craft room just has to be organized and offer a little surface space. A painted pegboard and some containers are a good start. See how to set up a workshop
“kids desk” — mwashek
Kropat Interior Design
4 Reviews
Colorful Mid Century Modern Residence
Ideabooks16,160
Questions5
like a blank canvas. Particularly like desk, metal boards and wall rolls
Metal wall hanging with the magnets.
Like this dedicated work/craft space for the kids.
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
“Art display” — kristinegriffin
Julie Ranee Photography
loft
Ideabooks4,969
Questions6
age. We do not do school 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
jason would like the metal shelving..he likes modern
Craft With KidsIt's easy enough most of the year to send kids off to play outdoors with friends, but frightful weather calls for a bit of extra creativity to keep kids entertained in the house (and maybe away from the video games). A bonus of crafting with your kids is that you
get to sit down and play with glitter and glue!Set up your space: If you have a separate crafting or play room, wonderful! But if not, don't fret — there are many other ways to sneak in space for arts and craft supplies. The dining room is often a good choice, because the table provides a nice, big work
“Wire shelving” — rorybasil
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Justine Sterling Design
11 Reviews
Kids Studio Space
Ideabooks3,272
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I like the way the craft supplies and artwork become the decor of the room. I like this table
painted out ceiling in basement craft room
Craft room- make garage into one
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 hand in baskets and in
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
“simple y mucha luz” — Arturo Adonay
Peace Design
Kids Playroom
Ideabooks2,239
Questions3
Built in arts and crafts table
great concept for area in loft hang out area. just for 4 people, table and chairs, for games, crafts, art
Metal stools like Mom's
Great arts and crafts area.
Metallic rustic chairs
play area crafts...craft space...craft room
“Part of a basement bunk/media room” — shannonrains
BARRETT STUDIO architects
4 Reviews
Basement Redux
Ideabooks11,763
Questions6
theater, spa, fitness room, and kids' playroom. The sophisticated color palette carries into the kids' room, where framed wall panels of chalkboard, metal, and cork bring order while inviting creativity. Ultimately, this project challenged conventional notions of what is possible in a basement in terms
This is actually chalkboard paint on a metal (magnetic) panel. The sheet metal is affixed to the wall, and the custom "frame" hides the attachment. The panel to the right is simply the metal sheet & frame, with no chalkboard paint. Here is a link to a similar "DIY"
This is actually chalkboard paint on a metal (magnetic) panel. The sheet metal is affixed to the wall, and the custom "frame" hides the attachment. The panel to the right is simply the metal sheet & frame, with no chalkboard paint. Here is a link to a similar "DIY"
“desk nook for kids” — tashasnel
National Association of the Remodeling Industry
3 Reviews
2012 CotY Award-Winning Interiors
Ideabooks21,164
Questions7
and paint over them with regular chalk board paint. Or you can purchase large galvanized metal sheets and paint over them with chalk paint as well. You will get a much smoother writing surface with the sheet metal. You can also try magnetic paint under the chalk paint but it mite not be as strong.
galvanized metal sheets then painted with chalkboard paint. Love it.
like this idea for a craft/extra bonus room
of mine recently moved into a new house. The family isn’t sure what they’re going to do with the living room yet, so in the meantime, we created a craft room. It features a large folding table covered in newspaper, and mason and apothecary jars filled with markers, crayons, pipe cleaners, pom-poms and
“love the built ins” — Amy Atkinson_Niemeyer
Eclectic Kids
Ideabooks2,853
Questions1
Desk and tool box to put craft tools in
Repurposed/recycled craft desk. Spills would only add character!
7. Use a vintage toolbox as a portable display piece. Toolboxes have a charm all of their own, and you can use them as in-boxes, garden trugs, craft supply corrals, planters and more.
packages. These materials should be done ahead of time and organized at your shipping station. Organize them in a desktop caddy like this repurposed metal one. Aesthetically this vintage piece adds rustic charm to the work surface, but any drawer or cubbie system will speed up the shipping process.
“Old school...” — ansacht
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