7,185 tie floor Kids Design Photos

Verner Architects
6 Reviews
St. Martins
Ideabooks815
Questions1
What cable tie system did you use?
wood floors...Ties roof lights...Windowed floor, high ceiling...Great floors...Cool floor...Light to floor below...Tie bars...GLASS FLOOR...attic reno--glass floor...floor access...Floor color door color...Wooden floor..
“Girls” — lmcdo
ZeroEnergy Design
12 Reviews
Passive House Retreat
Ideabooks1,429
Questions3
Is the attic floor simple plywood? And what type of paint/technique did you use to finish so it's durable? Also, what
We'd love to show our community how beautiful a painted floor can be and what a quick fix it is for a space like this. Can we feature this
practical. For a more finished look, it would be best to install a finished floor. In this case that can still be easily done at a future date by removing
beds and a dedicated play space for children. The floor is a sub-flooring product painted in a no-VOC floor paint by Ecos. ‘This paint comes in fun colours
beds and a dedicated playspace for children. The floor is a subflooring product painted in a no-VOC floor paint by Ecos. "This paint comes in fun colors
what is the color of the floor? lovely...Is that a painted cement floor?...For kids room? Paint the floors?
“Floor” — jugglingmother
ZDesign At Home
Toddler Boy's Room
Ideabooks3,845
Questions9
you have ceiling moldings or not. It’s a great way to draw the eye up and tie in a bold color you are using elsewhere in the room.
I love that everything ties in and would be perfect for my sons room:-)
you have ceiling moldings or not. It’s a great way to draw the eye up and tie in a bold color you are using elsewhere in the room. Get the look with Buttered
“Kids room” — srao1
Echelon Custom Homes
10 Reviews
Guest Bedroom
Ideabooks1,795
Questions2
gauzy fabric tied to the bed frame through small grommet holes."
This simple canopy is a made of a light, gauzy fabric tied to the bed frame through small grommet holes.
grommet holes plus ties...could use ties for tent...Canopy with ties...tie with cute bows
“eyebrow arch window with blinds and tab top sheers over lower part” — vivismith
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
From Pre-Fab to Farmhouse
Ideabooks3,436
Questions4
walls, wrapping casement windows, sliding French doors and painted wood floor. Together, these elements create the impression that the charming and playful
I am consistently smitten with Historical Concepts' projects. Could you kindly tell me the paint color you used for the floor?
Paint the floors. A floor painted a solid color adds
how bout we use plywood on floor in True North and paint it
Paint the floors. A floor painted a solid color adds style and freshness to a room for less than the cost of a new rug. Try painting the floors of a guest
Loved the painted floor and small room
“Sleeping porch” — soholmes
Francesca Owings Interior Design
1 Review
White Lake
Ideabooks4,987
Questions3
3. Tie-dyeTie-dye was big in the 1960’s and ‘70s, but designers today are rehashing that trend in the freshest ways. Gone are the overly colourful hippie-dippy
hippie-dippy looks. Instead, today’s tie-dye is softer and definitely more sophisticated with fewer colours, and a fading out effect (ombré).
Like the tie dye bedding idea.
“sleep space” — Christy Wessling
Amy Renea
Spring 2012
Ideabooks3,197
Questions3
What type of paint & sealer was used on this plywood floor?
checkerboard floor..."painted concrete floor"...tile floor...Love this floor!...LOVE this floor...Basement floor...Painted floor...Blue floors...plywood floor painted...painted floors...Love the floor...painted concrete floor...floor and wall colours...attic floor
“awesome floors” — blueebb
Adamo Family
Ideabooks708
Questions1
this for Maggie's room - esp the fireplace, colour scheme and floor (although wooden floor cold and noisy)
accessories such as tights and hair ties. Michael and Courtney added the white flooring to match the existing floors in the boys’ room upstairs.Wall paint:
Love the floor! Was it painted white?
“Mantel?” — corbette1
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