5,812 tips for decorating Kids Design Photos

Beth Dotolo, ASID, RID, NCIDQ
3 Reviews
Mid-Century Mod - Dallas, TX
Ideabooks16,025
Questions12
Beth's tips for decorating kid-friendly spaces: 1. Use what you have: A display of photography and humanity is a remarkable focal point here. The photographs, shot by the homeowner, are of children from around the world. The fun rug was moved from the living room into the playroom. 2. Avoid sharp
3. Design the room around themThe decor in this living room brings the vibrant colours in these travel photos to life. You could do the same at your house just by picking out some of the colours
“Photo Frames” — radhikaditya
David Nosella Interior Design
11 Reviews
Children's Lounge
Ideabooks17,548
Questions5
st/My-Houzz--Check-Out-a--Project-Runway--Winner-s-Brooklyn-Studio. Plus, more Budget Decorating tips here: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/Budget-Decorating Upload a photo and let us know how you end up decorating your dorm room!
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“Storage” — bigdave1952
Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors
4 Reviews
Parkway
Ideabooks5,368
Questions7
toys and furniture can slide easily across. The low pile also means it hangs on to less dander and dust, making it a great fit for kids with allergies.Tip: Wiping away a spill is much easier with a flat-weave rug, which any parent can appreciate. Try using baby wipes; small flat-weave rugs also are often
it's Crayola's fault for creating a crayon called Brick Red, thus misleading people to believe there's only one color for brick. In fact, using these tips, you can paint your brick walls or fireplace any color you want. How to Paint Brick Like a Pro
it’s Crayola’s fault for creating a crayon called Brick Red, thus misleading people to believe there’s only one colour for bricks. In fact, using these tips, you can paint your brick walls or fireplace any colour you want. How to Paint Bricks Like a Pro
“Rug” — briancroke
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
Best of Houzz Winner 2013 + 2014
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Elizabeth Gordon
Hollywood Residence
Ideabooks24,938
Questions22
What are ideas for adding a decorative ceiling to a child’s room?
"Elite." I don't know the companies listed, so I don't want to recommend any, but if you search online, you'll find them. They are very cute! One tip--the colors shown on the photo above might age with the child better than some of the primary colors that I see on some of the sites.
I think that there are a few ways to add a decorative touch to a child's room. I really like when the interests and personality of a child are really evident in the room. You can wallpaper or mural the
If your son keeps his toys and books in his room, invest is a sturdy bookshelf and other storage pieces that will withstand a little wear and tear. Tip: In smaller rooms, under-the-bed storage is a great place for clothes and other things that you want to keep out of sight.
“Furniture position.” — infante15
Marie Burgos Design
25 Reviews
Chelsea Teen's room & bath
Ideabooks20,588
Questions12
Like the long shelving, is that one board? Tips on making that?
The colors used in this music room/office make it a calm and relaxing spot. Tip: Painting shelves the same color as the wall keeps them from standing out too much.
Everything! The colors, the decor!
decorative pillows
“Daybed” — alliecat8
Dalius & Greta Design
Residence in Trakai, Lithuania
Ideabooks2,332
Questions2
Dalius & Greta Design (Lithuania) Architect Dalius Regelskis, Decorator Greta Motiejuniene, Photographer Darius Gumbrevicius
on the wall using an image from Kcons symbols collection. Kcons (Kindergarten Icons): http://www.newmanagement.com/tips/k_cons.html Smiling Sun from Kcons: http://www.newmanagement.com/tips/png/kcon_sun.png
“bunkbeds” — dbba
Shirley Meisels
4 Reviews
Girls Room
Ideabooks11,795
Questions9
Tip: Involve young children in design decisions. Meisels designed this room for the couple's 5-year-old daughter. "I do like to involve the little ones in the design of their rooms; they love having a voice in the decision making. Of course I’m a design control freak so I’d never ask 'what do you want
Tip: Involve young children in design decisions. Meisels designed this room for the couple’s 5-year-old daughter. ‘I do like to involve children in the design
“cushion” — reqiqiu
Karen Joy Interiors
Karen Joy Interiors
Ideabooks20,698
Questions18
Know when you need privacy. This tip is especially pertinent for those living with kids or roommates. Even if you have a large space, if others are constantly interrupting to ask you questions or chat, you need to find somewhere more private. Taking over part of your own bedroom with a worktable and
7. Know when you need privacyThis tip is especially pertinent for those living with kids or flatmates. Even if you have a large space, if others are constantly interrupting to ask you questions
“Chandelier” — moniqueswaback
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