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Morris & Woodhouse Interiors llc
15 Reviews
Brookville, Long Island
Ideabooks4,508
Questions4
like the map wallpaper -- would also like to have pull-down maps or other educational/classroom elements in the playroom/study
“Map wall” — callandergirl
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Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Tiny House
Ideabooks17,202
Questions5
The children’s room has two bunk beds as well as a full bed for guests. A pull-out closet makes maximum use of the narrow space near the bunk beds. Photo
use of space at the end of bunkbeds.Wow a pull out closet ,pretty cleaver!
the pull out closet is a good idea for use of space
Pull out closet in a long narrow room. Bunk bed space could fit a dresser.
10. Pare down and simplify. Give yourself and your child some breathing room. Go through
Built in bunk beds and pull out storage
“Love the built in bunk beds” — fiona1792
Design Harmony
9 Reviews
From Wasted Space to Ultimate Family Friendly Living Room
Ideabooks1,891
Questions1
Pull out table and close in door
doors can be tucked back to reveal very organized Legos; desktops can be pulled out for putting them together. Drawers underneath hold more toys and books
pull out tables!...Craft storage/pull out desk...Pull out trays, elegant way...Pull out desks...pull out tables...Pull out table...The pull out desk/...Pull out desk tops
“Hide-away cabinet doors, cutting board” — nasus22
Iris
Boys room
Ideabooks7,632
Questions7
where is the pull out bin shelf from? great room btw! :)
Pull out storage tubs for toys means they can be transported when kids want to
Cut down tidying timeWith pull-out storage tubs, kids can carry a basket of toys down to the living room to play, and then
items doesn’t need to be overly complicated. Big plastic baskets are easy to pull out to stash toys and art supplies.Remember to keep most storage for children
“Rangement chambre enfant” — arques
Susanna Cots
Parallel to the sea
Ideabooks92,880
Questions28
What's in the bottom draw, it looks quite long. Is it storage, or a pull out bed?
Storage under sleeping with pull out desk.
dainty desk is concealed within the built-in sleeping platform and can be pulled out or put away as needed.
the raised section can incorporate lots of storage, too. Design a mix of pull-out drawers of all shapes and sizes and perhaps build in a nifty desk, too
When space is an issue, consider a pull-out ledge to offer plenty of workspace for a little bit of space. Teen girls
“huuhed” — Oyunerdene Tseweengombo
Margaret L. Norcott, Allied ASID
2 Reviews
Kids Craft Room
Ideabooks3,337
Questions2
Love the step down and all the storage!
game room/playroom step down separating the two?
Pull out desk...Like the step down...shelving to the step down...Floor step down
“Jill's play room” — edietrou
Caroline Beaupere Design
3 Reviews
Ansonia Apartment NYC
Ideabooks4,030
Questions5
cool idea with lots of shelving and pull out desk.
Fold down desk. Painted back of shelves.
Shelves fold down for desk part of Riley's bookshelf?
fold down desk
“Bookshelves” — Jonelle Kazarian
Julie Ranee Photography
loft
Ideabooks5,998
Questions7
they do art, science and history projects (wish we had a big clean up sink down there) and I have to store all the extra stuff (books, supplies) elsewhere
you have more than one child, can your kids study in the same place? Sit down with each child and figure out a place that works for him or her.
more of your kids to knuckle down and get their homework done last year, it might be time for a fresh approach. Sit down with each of your children and
school supplies. It is nice to be able to 'leave' school upstairs while we go down and take a lunch break. When designing the house, we chose to use attic trusses
your own creativity sparked as well — it's not often we grown-ups get to sit down and play with glitter and glue!Set up your space: If you have a separate
“Make sure you have easy access to your materials. If you need to hunt and dig every time you want to” — janroze
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