4,205 wood siding Kids Design Photos

Green Line Architects
6 Reviews
Crystal River Tree House
The siding is wavy-edge knotty pine, selected for its natural feel.
The siding is wavy-edge knotty pine, selected for its natural feel. “Very often you see straight-edge siding here, but this creates another textural element
Hobbit-like fantastical feel with neat angles, but there’s also a focus on wood connections and meticulously crafted openings set in a different way.”
Would look great in our woods.
“.” — dianefc
Brooks and Falotico Associates, Inc.
5 Reviews
Montana Ski House
wood wood and more wood color ideas
Wood and tree looking wood around beds!
Love natural wood in this bunk room...Wood color...sides of beds are logs
“Perfect” — transitionsforus
RGN Construction
7 Reviews
A South Camano Island Residence
like the white washed wood walls
Old wood...Naomi's room siding...wood whitewash...Built in natural wood
“Like the lighting” — rudbeckia55
Northern Virginia Premier Interior Designer Best of Houzz 2014
Offering a wide range of innovative, creative services, SDG works independently providing complete design services from top to bottom.
Art in Green
1 Review
Tree house colors: gray & wood stain. Tire swing
swing could we do this when we infall the pagoda, have an extra piece of wood coming out to support a tire swing?
Tire swing off side of shed...Wood house....wood fence...wood siding
“timber cladding” — breekelly
Contemporary Kids
Want to see the other side of this room.. :)
what species of wood was used on this property ? thank you
A black framed door offsets black wood furnishings in an all-white room.
Side tanle...Side of the bed
“Me and ayo” — giddysgurl
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Eureka Valley Residence
bed in closet then shelves on either side
the appearance of the bed. I would like lamps & maybe a shelf or two on the side walls.
This playroom Murphy bed is part of a wood casework wall with lots of storage. A Murphy bed offers the possibility to
style with shelves on sides
“tic tac toe” — pfoley
Bob Greenspan Photography
11 Reviews
A house for a tree
Who designed it? Can you tell how the wood studs meet each other in the corners? Thanks!
park through six carefully placed windows framed in green. Almost all the wood for the construction of ‘Landscape Apertura’ was taken from demolished houses
“Uses the whole tree” — Steve Noell
Restyled Home
Restyled Home
Decorate your cubby houseHow is the old cubby house looking? A bit on the dull side? Encourage the kids to come up with a theme or a colour scheme and spend
clothes hanging area in woods
“Playhouse” — boot76
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