94 pullout Kids Design Photos

Breezy BrentwoodJill Wolff Interior Design
Use pull-out desks for school work? Would need to use diningroom chairs. Okay?
Love the pullout kids table from the wall unit
Pull-out shelf like this in each tower - front resembles a shallow drawer front - surface would be able to handle hot plates/dishes
like the pullout table
Pullout table...Pullout desk drawer
Tiny HouseJessica Helgerson Interior Design
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 by Lincoln Barbour.
The bunk beds along with the pullout closet is exactly what I need for my daughters room.
White cladding walls, pullout wardrobe-great space saving
well as a full bed for guests. A pull-out closet makes maximum use of the narrow space near the bunk beds. Photo by Lincoln Barbour. URL http://jhinteriordesign.com
Two bunk beds with built-in storage, a pullout closet and a full guest bed (not shown) make up the kids' minimalist room.
Two bunk beds with built-in storage, a pullout closet and a full guest bed (not shown) make up the kids' minimalist room.
Parallel to the seaSusanna Cots
When space is an issue, pullout ledges offer a workspace without taking up valuable square footage. This handy built-in is just right for a child’s bedroom, and the ledge easily slides
building a sleeping platform is a great idea. It zones the (limited) space and 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 can enjoy a dedicated area to do their homework and simply slide it away
1. Make it easy. Easy pullout drawers make pickup time more efficient and less overwhelming for your children.
Cut down tidying timeWith pull-out storage tubs, kids can carry a basket of toys down to the living room to play, and then
pull-out tub storage
Like the pullout storage containers
Concrete, Steel and WoodChristopher Building Company
View of the bunk wall in the kids playroom. A set of Tansu stairs with pullout draws separates storage to the right and a homework desk to the left. Above each is a bunk bed with custom powder coated black pipe rails. At the entry is another black pipe ladder leading up to a loft above the entry.
Fish Camp Beach CottageHistorical Concepts
story to an original Cracker home, and they can be seen on some of the original homes that are still standing. The large upstairs room includes a pullout sofa and several cozy Pullman bunks tucked into the roofline's dormers. This is the spot where grandchildren and their friends stay up late telling
playroomCharm and Whimsy
From the pull-out art paper to floor toys etc, his environment offers a plethora of play options.
Miami Interior Design - Detailed MinimalismDKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
The eldest daughter shares her mother’s penchant for minimalism. All of the kids’ rooms have pull-out beds for sleepovers.Light fixture: Lepere
Let's face it, to keep a kid's room looking this clean, you need to have places to hide the toys. A perfect spot is in the pull-out drawers underneath the bed.
Colour craze. Pull-out drawers in a low cabinet like this create a surface on which to play or display, and the floating shelves on that amazing wall can show off your child’s
Healdsburg ResidenceNick Noyes Architecture
and storage space. We gave the girls a place to put their stuff, and it helps fight clutter.” What looks like a drawer under the bed is actually a pullout trundle bed, making sleepovers a snap.
West Loop AerieScrafano Architects
pullout drawers
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