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Modern Kids
Ideabooks6,756
Questions9
7. Get the kids into good habits earlyThe first step to getting kids to value a tidy room is providing ample storage for all their
“sleek use of limited space” — pghallam
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Downtown Aspen Residence
Ideabooks7,985
Questions14
honest here) check email on your phone while the kiddos play — and be there to step in as needed.
“Playroom” — abbpreus
The Yellow Cape Cod
13 Reviews
Nautical Boys' Room
Ideabooks9,321
Questions7
Take the one-stripe idea a step further by breaking it into smaller stripes. It gives the stripe more definition
“Love the dark navy wall” — rioscindy
Alexander Johnson Photography
2 Reviews
Upper East Side
Ideabooks3,676
Questions6
Step on itForget the associations with sterile offices, carpet tiles are an affordable
“kids room carpet” — aouder
Hugh Lofting Timber Framing, Inc.
1 Review
Tree House
Ideabooks8,287
Questions3
suspension bridge, made with chain link, rope handrails and wood treads.. A stepped ladder is counterbalanced with steel beams anchored into the ground with
“Bridge” — rb79038
Michelle Williams Photography
The Robin Craig House
Ideabooks77
Questions0
STEP 1: Sort your kids’ rooms Kids’ rooms incorporate sleep, play and sometimes homework and study. Get it organised. Involve the kids in setting up their
“picket fence bed” — angelawoods2001
Scott Weston Architecture Design PL
3 Reviews
Point Piper - Art Deco Inspired
Ideabooks2,246
Questions3
STEP 3: Create a homework stationWhat type and where this goes will depend on
“color” — ssa2070
Amory Brown
Richmond, 1930's refurbishment
Ideabooks459
Questions2
a whole room Covering an entire room in a bold geometric print is a brave step, but keeping the colour palette simple, and including plenty of white, ensures
“Opt for grown-up patternPrints and patterns add a playful feel to a kid’s room, but when picking s” — Emilio Pimentel-Reid
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