8 sand blasted glass Kids Design Photos

Scott Weston Architecture Design PL
3 Reviews
Point Piper - Art Deco Inspired
middle of the night by an electronic Simple Simon game (remember those?) blasting bright lights out from under my bed, convincing me there was an alien spaceship
good idea so you can keep clutter out of sight. Opt for a slimline desk or glass-top desk to give the illusion of extra room. TOP TIP: Within a few months
a good idea, so you can keep clutter out of sight. Opt for a slimline or glass-top desk to give the illusion of extra room. TIP: Within a few months of
“walls, bed, shelves, chair” — flamemoon9692
Grant Davis Thompson, INC.
1 Review
Play House
around this so that sand easily swept back in
covered sand box on screened in porch;
Clean sand and so much fun...Sand box...Sand in the Garden...Sand area...sand inside
“Sandbox that can be covered, is contained and has built in seating around it” — sarahap1727
Mina Brinkey
6 Reviews
Acosta-Rubio Residence
unique coffee table with just a few tweaks. Simply add some legs (I adore the blast of turquoise here) and paint or paper the top for a super-cute and quirky
suitcase in colourful formica or patterned wallpaper topped with a sheet of glass.If adding legs isn’t an option, try stacking suitcases for an ad-hoc coffee
“mesa” — alelien
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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Nina Jizhar
3 Reviews
Modern Whimsy Toddler Bedroom
glossy finish. First clean the frame, then sand it. Lie the mirror on plenty of newspaper, making sure the glass is well masked. Cover the frame with a suitable
“المرايا” — shegazi
Joe Carrick Design - Custom Home Design
33 Reviews
of cool project with kids. We have several wooden chairs that could be sanded and painted. Neat idea for kids work/school area.
love all the glass containers for storing art items
Crayons, markers in glass jars on display; painted chairs that don't match
“Kids study” — tkocor
Mindi Freng Designs
4 Reviews
Monkey See...
my favorite pieces! This window box was constructed with MDF and plexi-glass front, filled with playground balls (for now). It can be refilled with anything
MDF. We cut them out using a jig saw (this is where my builder came in), sanded the edges, painted them (my kids helped with this part), then just assembled
Colors of wall and balls in window glass
“cool” — funkymonkeyz558
Grant Davis Thompson, INC.
1 Review
Play House
i like the slanted glass...a sand sunny cabin
“bench” — tanyalh
Elizabeth Dinkel
1 Review
Beverly Hills
indigos, ikats, sea glass blue, white, sand coral
“Guest room” — trishabr
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