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Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Eureka Valley Residence
Ideabooks12,579
Questions10
If the kids can't reach their toys, how will they play with them or put them away?
I love the kid just hanging in the cabinet!!! Hahaha
Big built-ins hide all manner of games—and even a kid or too.
Get as much off the floor as possible. Kids want room
the adult area,” says 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
it works.Consider adding these kid-friendly features to your office:Chalkboard or chalkboard wallPlayhouse or play cupboard that children can climb intoChild-height activity table and chairsComfy rugBaskets or bins of toys or art suppliesPlay kitchen
“Like cabs” — Jim Maccalous
De Jesus Architecture & Design
Kauai Living
Ideabooks17,991
Questions8
Pottery Barn Kids had it but may be discontinued.
The feeling of 2 spaces for the kids
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“Zach” — jenc1337
Napolitano Homes
Jordan Hall
Ideabooks2,818
Questions0
every kid needs there own cave
Idea for kids desk area upstairs
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“Desk” — Amanda Keith
Jute Interior Design
7 Reviews
San Anselmo play room
Ideabooks41,923
Questions17
1. Let them burrow. Kids love to build tunnels, caves and forts. When sofa cushions aren't enough, try a kid-size tepee. You can go the store-bought route or get creative with items around the house: Broomsticks and sheets should do the trick. Kids love these intimate spaces for reading
doesn't stray too far from the home's neutral base — but the whimsical tepee, artwork display, kid-size table and stools more than make up for the lack of splashy, playful color punches found in most kids' rooms."The tepee belonged the client. She really liked this idea of having it in the house as opposed
shelves, where to position that cozy reading corner and where to hang art so your little one will actually be able to see it.2. The healthy home.When kids are in the home, it is so important to be thoughtful about the materials and finishes used around the house, especially if you are remodeling or adding
“Cantinho da oca” — Simone Quintas
Platt Builders
7 Reviews
Custom Home Belmont MA
Ideabooks33,167
Questions6
The little door to the kids room is adorable
Kids can sneak into eachothers room
Peek a boo doors for kids
Little tiny connecting doors between kids rooms
provides the depth for the opening on the left. Though a floor-to-ceiling bookcase is beneficial in a kid’s room, it’s also nice to know you can keep some special things out of little hands and let the kids focus on hide-and-seek.
8. Put spare cupboards and awkward spaces to use. Kids love small spaces, so if you have a cupboard, closet or nook that is not being used, try converting it to play space. Put a few toys inside, cover it with a curtain or just empty it out and let your child find his or her own way to use it.
“הדלת למטה הקטנה :)” — sap5sap
Amplio
Girl bed room
Ideabooks10,851
Questions7
hard at not hoarding toys, books and 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
its intended purpose, and it’s the parents (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
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.
“I like the desk” — emilyfudge2013
Fiorella Design
13 Reviews
Woodside Residence
Ideabooks40,085
Questions8
Kids Playroom and Art Studio with custom cabinetry
measure, put two chairs side by side, have them sit in them and see if there's enough elbow room. depending on your kids ages this may change.
What is the minimun seating space for to kids? What are this desk measurements? Thanks
Built in desks in kids rooms and shelves
Two kids sharing space? It doesn't have to be a recipe for disaster. Start by taking an honest look at the two kids' personalities: Will they work well side by side, or would it be better to have separate desks? If you go for the double workspace, avoid potential conflict by providing each child with
pens and pencils, and individual shelf space. Encourage kids to personalize the space by hanging artwork, displaying favorite toys or using vintage letters to spell out their names.
“Double work station” — yogamom25
Andra Birkerts Design
6 Reviews
Beach House - Narragansett
Ideabooks3,027
Questions8
love this but have no kids...
This is a cool idea for kids room
Perfect for kids and sleep overs
great kids room for more
Cool bonus kids design.
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“BABY GYM” — kendal2332
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