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Emily A. Clark
Kids bath - love the kids paintings above toilet
like the kids canvas drawings and the dark cherry cabinets
bathroom kid-friendly and gender neutral without feeling too childlike or over the top. In just 2 years, Clark was able to completely transform the look of this plain builder-grade house into a colorful and warm home. Although she and her family had to move a few months ago, this cozy house still holds
Cary Bernstein Architect
Cary Bernstein Architect Eureka Valley Residence
A hidden play space behind something. Possibly a car to climb into that has stairs that lead to a kid room
i like the built in cabinets, chalkboard wall and lower table for kids to play.
Wolfe. “Kid-size craft tables and chairs have come a long way from bubble gum style to cool, mini-me pieces.”
Add a special zone to keep kids occupied. If you have little ones at home, it's worth it to make an extra effort to make the office kid-friendly. Sure, in an ideal world, we would just close
Big built-ins hide all manner of games—and even a kid or too.
possible. Kids want room to play! An open space will mean a safer place to play and fewer things to get dirty or ruined.Magnetic whiteboards and chalkboards give kids an easy-to-clean art space that's fun and eco-friendly. There's no paper waste here! Making it magnetic turns it into an instant bulletin
Girl bed room
other kid-related items. I have yet to meet a family that isn’t suffering from too-many-toys syndrome, and yet it's all relative. Some folks show their love through material things. I get that, but that's the last thing kids need when it comes to love. A toy never takes the place of story time, baking
(not the kids), who exhibit symptoms of withdrawal when it’s suggested that maybe it’s time to let it go. While this ideabook isn’t really about the train table, it’s the largest example — literally — of kid clutter that parents invite into their homes.Ask These 3 QuestionsAs with all the adult things you
Kids do not generally do subtle. They do bright and joyful. When choosing colors keep them bright (and consider mixing brights and pastels). You don't immediately notice a color scheme in this room, but it's there.
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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.
a fun kids' table. A kids' table is often necessary - so make it fun...so the kids want to hang out there, giving the parents a break!
This picture of the creative kids' table makes me think about how nesting tables could be used at multi-generational gatherings. Maybe it's just because I'm the
at the kids' table doesn't always have to be a bad thing. Sometimes kids need their own space to eat together and have fun - but not always, so it makes sense to invest in a kids' table that can fill many roles. This little table is cute and multifunctional. It's perfect for dinner, crafts, coloring,
sized kids' tables for different groups that could then be nested into each other for storage.
3. Zones. While we don't have a playroom in our house, we have turned half our basement into a kids' zone. I like the way this room takes that even a step further, giving different parts of the room different
National Association of the Remodeling Industry
2012 CotY Award-Winning Interiors
for my kids' toy room. How do you do the chalk board wall? Love it!
the WALL as toy for kids
If you want your kids to get away from the TV or the iPad, give them an enticing alternative.
cool kids playroom idea, maybe whiteboard instead and place to pin up drawings
it can be better idea for kids room or study room
want your kids to get away from the TV or the iPad, give them an enticing alternative. A client 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
kids study and space
Good kid room design
Pendants for kids' rooms?
for kids room...For kids...Kids room...Fun Kids stuff...kids study...idea for kids...Great kids space
Kate Jackson Design
great kids room, creative play inspired!
Kids need a fun space, not a well designed room.
Swing should be ok somewhere? Kids common room?!
Awesome playroom. MUST have this $9 swing for kids, maybe 2?
and the kids are sure to love it. Just be sure to take precautions to install it safely.If you have a long hallway, let your child use it as a "road" for a ride-on-top vehicle or scooter.
The kids' basic. Almost everyone I know with kids has this Lusy Blom rug. It screams Ikea, but it also screams
in the kids' room. That thing takes a real beating (not to mention heavy sprinkles of glue and glitter).
A playroom? It's fun for the kids and fun for the grown-ups (the kids have
use in a kid's space like this Atlas Tapestry from Urban Outfitters. More: Unexpected Art 20 Creative Alternatives to Fine Art 10 Design Strategies for Art Lovers
Designing your Kids Room – Let’s Borrow some Heaven
your Kids Room – Let’s Borrow some Heaven
wonders to a kid’s room. Do we need to mention you must take care all your kid’s toys and other precious elements must also be well placed through the room? Gharbuilder want to gives new ideas to his reader for house designs , kids room design and all other Interior design.You can remodel your kids room
your kid’s room in a manner that compliments their nature and taste. The hues, the blocks, the shelves, the accents and the pizzazz, make sure they all create a precious feel to their living space. Give your child the best pamper he/she deserves. Kids are precious, so their living space couldn’t be
walls of a kid’s room. Bring about a theme in their room. Rectangles, circles and squares in red, yellow, orange, blue accents and pink attract a kid’s attention. Keep the colors embracing and welcoming for your child. Softer colors are any day a safer bet over darker or heavy shades. •The most essential