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Kropat Interior Design
4 Reviews
Teenage Video Lounge
Ideabooks18,014
Questions12
this image and the proper attribution. Sincerely, Cara Lewis, Curriculum Writer and Research Associate NC State University - 4-H Youth Development cara
This is a great room. The kids will love this space, just change up the color's
furniture and assorted cushions. See more of this room, including the retro Space Invaders wall print
“Great colors” — roybrown47
Klang & Associates
Huntington Square
Ideabooks40,219
Questions23
Go to Your Room. Kids and teens love colorful spaces. Using a handful of hues in their bedroom will create a stimulating, fun
“Izzy” — Cinzia Rossi
Scott Weston Architecture Design PL
3 Reviews
Point Piper - Art Deco Inspired
Ideabooks2,178
Questions1
Custom-built. A built-in bed saves space and has the added bonus of underneath storage. At last those shoes have found
dust, so try to face the problem head on and find a way to maximise the space and minimise this clutter in a stylish way. Though the concept isn’t radical
the bed is a tidy and practical method for smaller rooms where there is no space for extra drawer units or shelves. Be it toys, clothes or extra bed sheets
If you don’t know where to start, first try creating a multi-functional space that can act as your study and a place to rest and relax or accommodate guests
good use of space, nice colour combo
“great for kids study” — 4annac
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Laura U, Inc.
12 Reviews
Southern Americana
Ideabooks2,948
Questions3
I love rug and storage space in this bed
Tower of Pisa and the Eiffel Tower. “It added texture and whimsy to the space,” she says.“You can’t have enough toy storage in any child’s room,” the designer
Tower of Pisa and the Eiffel Tower. ‘It added texture and whimsy to the space,’ she says.‘You can’t have enough toy storage in any child’s room,’ the designer
“Syd's room” — bryanyou
J & J Design Group, LLC.
9 Reviews
Kid's Spaces
Ideabooks1,745
Questions5
Love the whole room! Very fun but it's a space they can grow into.
Good use of dresser to accommodate two beds. Nice layout and use of space.
Like the dresser b/t beds with 2 lamps = way to save space
Design Group. “It is usually an element with colors that hold the whole space together.”
Design Group. “It is usually an element with colors that hold the whole space together.”In this case it was fanciful butterfly wallpaper that was created
Design Group. “It is usually an element with colours that hold the whole space together.”In this case it was fanciful butterfly wallpaper that was created
“painted beds, repaint a dresser” — janericki
Weaver Architects
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Ideabooks25,730
Questions19
book shelves? custom? great for small spaces like my daughter' room!
Is there access to the usable space under this platform?...like maybe by removing the mattress to access underneath
the room is approximately 14 feet by 16 feet. Luckily we had a big enough space so the platform did not take up all the room
I love the use of space in this bedroom!
Space optimization , the design and the color combination
“Top, le lit mezzanine qui permet de créer des rangements!” — lilosanemma
MEXICAN DESIGN ARCHITECTURE
1 Review
BEDROOMS
Ideabooks3,206
Questions4
brick wall could be a reading space or wardrobe
great use of space for eventual basement bedroom
their practicality. Great way to bunk 4 children in a relatively compact space.
Space saving...use of space, ceiling
“Decal on ceiling” — jdrewitz123
Amy Lau Design
6 Reviews
Miami Townhouse
Ideabooks23,933
Questions21
orange stripe; measuring from top of the baseboard up 18" = yellow stripe; 2" space = white; 6" blue.
for boys' rooms, colors such as orange and citrine will result in a lively space that will encourage creativity and imagination.
Here’s another children’s space infused with the candy-corn color scheme. If an entire wall in yellow or
themselves will create more dimension, which is particularly helpful in smaller spaces. Add in a yellow ceiling that mimics a sunny sky, and who wouldn’t want
8. Child’s play. Kids’ spaces welcome the visual stimulation of circles and stripes, and are a forgiving
“Love the mobile” — 1linda2
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