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Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Tree House
Ideabooks36,892
Questions14
So, what will happen to the tree house as the tree grows?
Won't the tree house be damaged or destroyed as the tree grows?
they were beautiful ended up dismaying him when he learned that they were dangerous or signs of trouble. There is no rule that all comments have to be positive. In fact, if you read the title of the post, the original poster was asking if the tree would grow and damage the house. The answer is "Yes".
pruning won't stop the trunk from growing. I just hope that none of the branches from that tree ever fall on the house. That playhouse would still be awesome even without the tree in the middle
of such attacks. My comments were out of concern for the health of the tree and the safety of the people near it. I have seen first hand what happens when trees fall apart. I know people who lost family members to falling tree branches. I am not trying to say that people shouldn't appreciate the aesthetic
“play area.” — jakaip3
Susanna Cots
Parallel to the sea
Ideabooks60,535
Questions23
kids just need a bed and a place to put their laptop when they’re not lying on the floor doing homework. Susanna Cots custom designed this beautiful and smart oak bed system that’s a dresser and desk all in one. See more photos of this home
When space is an issue, pullout ledges offer a workspace
workspace without taking up valuable square footage. This handy built-in is just right for a child’s bedroom, and the ledge easily slides back in when it’s time to play.
“Children bed” — shwetakunjir
Shirley Meisels
4 Reviews
Boys Room
Ideabooks6,091
Questions16
Still has fun elements but will grow with child.
little of this and a little of that ultimately will last longer as the child grows."Desk: VintageBedding: IKEA and West Elm (throw and cushions are custom)Rug: Madeline WeinribNightstands: Crate and Barrel
Be careful when choosing wallpaper your child might soon outgrow. Wallpapering one wall, like
stopped short of a robot rug and robot bedlinen. I think the mix of a little of this and a little of that ultimately will last longer as the child grows.’Desk: VintageBedding: IKEA and West Elm (throw and cushions are custom)Rug: Madeline WeinribNightstands: Crate and Barrel
like with these robots, is a good way to get the impact while saving yourself a lot of removal work when you decide to redecorate.
“simple” — idayuma
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Girl bed room
Ideabooks10,303
Questions7
off the staples and change the fabric when you want to refresh the look.
Interestingly, parents aren’t actually the main source of the toy tsunami — friends and family are. Regardless of how you feel about buying your kids more toys, you face an uphill battle when it comes to getting others on the same
and holidays. She had more than she could ever need, thanks to the many well-meaning people in my life.I’m a big believer in hand-me-downs, since kids grow out of everything so quickly. It's really important to me, and yet people always felt compelled to buy brand-new things. I always felt pressured to
share with them what I considered an abundance of things.I’m not saying we never kept anything, because we did. I'm far from a minimalist! However, when something new came into the home, something much less loved went out. We worked hard at not hoarding toys, books and other kid-related items. I have
“melisin odasi ?” — semayuce
Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors
3 Reviews
Parkway
Ideabooks9,351
Questions7
I am pretty sure my mom ordered the crib from Sears when my first was born nearly 8 years ago! It's nothing spectacular, very simple and classic.
Hannotte wanted each child's room to give them room to grow — in both space and style. "It was important to make decisions that could grow and ensure the space was comfortable and playful," she says. Wall color: Behr Paint, Poppy; crib: Sears; rocking chair: Molded Eames Plastic Rocker; sheepskin: Ikea
to find out if it meets current standards, and learn more about what those standards are on the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) website.• When shopping for new nursery furniture, seek out sustainable FSC-certified wood, 100 percent nontoxic or food-grade materials and finishes, and low-VOC
“Colors” — kellianne101
Lauren Liess Interiors
9 Reviews
Child's Bedroom
Ideabooks19,009
Questions9
Choose classic patterns instead of trendy, kid-centric ones. Your little guy is going to start growing fast; choose classic patterns, like stripes or leaf motifs, which will evolve with him instead of eventually feeling too juvenile. You’ll appreciate
Across the room, the big boy bed also serves as a cozy daybed.See the rest of this homeMore bedrooms that grow with your child
9. Think ahead.It's easy to put too much emphasis on the stage your child is in right now, even though we all know they grow so fast. Save yourself time and money by thinking ahead and making a few design decisions that will pay off in the long run. Choose classic and basic
rooms lately, and I love it. You can put one in an infant's room and use it to rest on during nighttime feedings, then transition it to a toddler bed when it's time to move out of the crib. In fact, if it's a twin-size daybed, it could work for your child all the way into the teen years, and it usually
“Colors” — mfuson12
Laura Manning Bendik
Goshen Ridge Model Home
Ideabooks10,443
Questions10
Let your workspace grow as you do. Kids' rooms change as the kids start to grow up. Make sure that you also make changes to your home office to reflect the way that your work is growing and changing.
Wainscoting can provide a room with an entirely different presence, and when it’s finished in metal
“Walls” — kailkins
John Kraemer & Sons
34 Reviews
Kids' Bedroom
Ideabooks69,400
Questions27
my property, so it is best if I plant just inside the wire if I'm going to plant things that will grow above 10 feet. I can't really afford a fence right now, and want something pretty that will grow quickly. I'm considering arborvitae, Italian cypress, or clumping bamboo in containers (don't want
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Window layout for our room when we redo.
“Ceiling” — bombay98
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