2,098 recycling details Kids Design Photos

Mabbott Seidel Architecture
Harlem Residence Children's Room
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reused or recycled? An important part of going green is thinking about our impact on future generations. Is the product in question high quality and built to last? And where will it go when it reaches the end of its usefulness? Some materials (such as wood and metals) can be easily reused or recycled. Other
Other products, like Flor carpet tiles, can be sent back to the manufacturer through a recycling program.
“pocket door” — Rose Birtch Company
Keith Willig Landscape Services, Inc.
Childrens Play
have to site it near your outdoor living areas. Otherwise build it yourself or, better still, let the kids help with its construction. Try to use recycled materials (floorboards, timber posts, bricks, old furniture, old logs). These can be scrounged from friends who are renovating, roadside inorganic
“neat for E” — jaymeannette
Eclectic Kids
Repurposed/recycled craft desk. Spills would only add character!
Toolbox recycled as craft caddy
“Homework corner” — webuser_42819
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
2 Reviews
Red Walls, Oakland CA
them up." The flooring here is made of recycled rubber tires. Its thickness and the rubber feet beneath each tile create a soft landing.
Both natural and synthetic rubber products can be recycled to form new products or to repair damaged ones. Luckily, recycling rubber uses far less energy than producing
“Outdoor climbing wall” — thekruger5
Eclectic Kids
note the top detail. Could I do something like this on crates to give a little extra umphf or is it too formal looking...will have to think on that a little
Recycle ideas
“kids” — Nhla Mahmoud
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Tree House
8-14 to host episodes of “Kids Cribs” along with their parents. The kids will give fun tours of their amazing homes, while the parents will offer details about the inspiration, how the space came together, and how the viewers can create something similar in their homes. If your family and home fit this
treehouse project salvage and recycle as much as possible
“Like” — kristallundkati
Design Focus Int'l Landscape Architecture & Build
3 Reviews
5. Weed out old summer toys and gear. Donate, recycle or toss broken and worn beach toys, umbrellas and the like rather than storing them. Take advantage of end-of-season sales to stock up on anything
Play sand detail
“Sandabox” — stephcarranza
The Consulting House Inc.
6 Reviews
High Rise Living
use of several colors and possibly recycling remnants or scarves
the fabric detail on the ceiling
“bedroom” — dstout6105
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