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Becki Peckham
My Houzz: Custom Built Wheelchair Accessible Home In Clovelly Trails
Ideabooks1,201
Questions4
Sensory room perfect for students with special needs. I want one at my daughter's school! I love this idea!
can help including: autism, ADHD, Pain Management, Alzheimer's, dementia, sensory processing disorder, cognitive rehab, mental illness and more. A special program can be created so each member of the house or organization gets the maximum benefit towards personal goals within the same space.
movement for Brennan to experience. The Hanging Crow's Nest by Joki is a great place for him to relax in.Bubble tube, fiber-optic lights, projectors: TFH Special Needs Toys
“Playroom screen” — caroltwomey
Plattner Custom Builders, LLC
4 Reviews
Bonus Room
Ideabooks35,357
Questions12
special lighting
“light fixture would be awesome on a dimmer switch so it could be a nice night light” — chase
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Wakefield Home
Ideabooks5,839
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Parc special
“Tree” — dkoelt
Kathy Corbet Interiors
5 Reviews
South Beach Teen Room
Ideabooks712
Questions3
projector, which shines a picture 90 inches across onto the opposing wall. Originally, Corbet applied a special wall paint designed for projection TVs, but found that ordinary Kilz primer actually improved the picture.
systems and selected a high-definition Optoma projector, which shines a picture 90 inches across onto the opposing wall. Originally, Corbet applied a special wall paint designed for projection TVs, but found that ordinary Kilz primer actually improved the picture. “We lived in that room during the Olympics
“Cortinas turquesa” — Jacqueline Hernández
Lauren Hufnagl
Violet's Nursery
Ideabooks8,564
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In a kids’ room, use curtains to make a nook special.
In a kids’ room, use curtains to make a nook special.
“Window sitting” — amarjeetsabharwal
Platt Builders
6 Reviews
Custom Home Belmont MA
Ideabooks29,630
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We like to add something special for the kiddos, if possible.
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.
“I like the cubby idea.” — knrein
Design Focus Int'l Landscape Architecture & Build
3 Reviews
Twadell
Ideabooks2,623
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Any info about the special hose bib would be great. Thanks!
The concrete base of a massive 5,000-gallon water tank was reused to create this sandbox. Dye added a special area with stones and running water to inspire sandcastle building.
“Nice” — dupsytrader
Sicora Design/Build
6 Reviews
Classic Living
Ideabooks1,321
Questions3
activities such as painting, play dough and sand and water play can be deeply engaging to children — but they can be hard to contain. Try creating a special zone where this is encouraged. If you don’t have a separate room to devote to messy play, try using a corner of the kitchen — the sink nearby is handy
“full chalk board wall” — mssamighannam
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