204 trash and recycling Kids Design Photos

Eisner Design LLC
8 Reviews
Westchester, NY
Ideabooks53,864
Questions7
Or you can go through your book and click the trash can icon down the bottom when you get to the picture you would like to delete
children to put their toys away. Everything in this basement — the materials, products, and finishes — were chosen for their low- or zero-VOC and high recycled content. More: Below Ground Beauty: Making the Most of Basement SpaceBeat the Heat: Escape to the BasementCool, Contemporary Wine Storage
“Storage wall” — Elisa Umpierre
Sheila Rich Interiors, LLC
25 Reviews
Fairytale Vanity/Desk
Ideabooks8,680
Questions5
Trash can
“Trash can” — amanning24
Kimberly Fox Designs
Homearama 2011
Ideabooks3,633
Questions5
Trash can laundry hamper
trash can
“Desk bed” — schear
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Red Walls, Oakland CA
Ideabooks6,636
Questions3
new look accented by graceful bamboo and vines. The upper level became the outdoor playroom with a climbing wall and checkerboard floor made from recycled tires. The lower level becomes an extension of the living room with seating made from an old Oakland bridge, a firepit and a fountain. The planting
them up." The flooring here is made of recycled rubber tires. Its thickness and the rubber feet beneath each tile create a soft landing.
Both natural and synthetic rubber products can be recycled to form new products or to repair damaged ones. Luckily, recycling rubber uses far less energy than producing
“The climbing wall” — theamazingnessofmeandmypigeon
Liz Levin Interiors
Georgetown Residence
Ideabooks588
Questions2
red trash can
“What are they” — spidderbink
Lowery Design Group
Park Hill Renovation
Ideabooks1,736
Questions4
Wallpaper in trash can
“Play room shelf” — nlguetter
JWS Interiors
Black and White Nursery (Gender Neutral) by JWS Interiors
Ideabooks3,524
Questions4
Elephant trash can
“Nursery” — rodilmarga
Mabbott Seidel Architecture
Harlem Residence Children's Room
Ideabooks4,308
Questions7
reused or recycled? An important part of going green is thinking about our impact on future generations. Is the product in question high quality and built to last? And where will it go when it reaches the end of its usefulness? Some materials (such as wood and metals) can be easily reused or recycled. Other
Other products, like Flor carpet tiles, can be sent back to the manufacturer through a recycling program.
“Separate girls room” — andread11
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