4,124 childrens room decor ideas Kitchen Design Photos

Design Savvy
6 Reviews
Design Savvy
Ideabooks3,146
Questions5
around your kitchen without looking where you are going or you have children who can not be trusted around kitchen appliances then by all means stay away from kitchen advances, but if you look where you walk and have indoor children you should have no problems. By the way, our new Sharp microwave drawer
better. Then you need some width--decide how many plates might be in use on the island at one time and give each one about 2' for elbow room. Ok, now decide how much room you want for other functions. The island in the picture looks like it's got about 3'x4' of prep and cabinet space (I'm not counting
flow into next room, microwave built into island
Island with room for Barstools and microwave built in
“Micro drawer in island” — hild6505
Adamo Family
Ideabooks2,647
Questions6
big can you go?? large island creates a transitional zone. The kitchen side is made for food prep, while the other is a great area where their four children can work on projects and homework.
Victorian home, a large island creates a transitional zone. The kitchen side is made for food prep, while the other is a great area where their four children can work on projects and homework.
transition from kitchen to family room
Would we ever want to turn our island sideways and make it longer to create an eating space that extends to the living room?
Victorian home, a large island creates a transitional zone. The kitchen side is made for food prep, while the other is a great area where their four children can work on projects and homework. See the rest of this home
“Like the big island” — Billy Burditt
Mahoney Architects and Interiors
Schoen: A House in the Hamptons
Ideabooks3,881
Questions6
Any idea what the wall color is?
natural stone to marble because it has that clean, crisp look, but is a much harder material. Here is a Super White and White Macaubas Quartzite. Happy decorating! http://www.houzz.com/photos/1079471/Super-White-Quartzite-Kitchen-in-Calvert-County--MD-traditional-kitchen-dc-metro http://www.houzz.com/pho
move stove all the way into the corner to center it in the room? great peninsula with open shelving
Open shelf in kitchen, looks like decor, saves money
is a favorite kitchen photo. The room doesn't need to be large to be fully functional. From the sturdy island to the open shelving (LOVE IT), there appears to be a place for everything--even a gumball jar. All especially important with the quick cluttered messes children can make.
“bar” — annelhansen
René Zieg
Kitchen Banquette
Ideabooks5,204
Questions7
I want to fuse plates on top of each other to hang - any ideas of products to do this safely?
using the idea of simple plates bordering the edge of my kitchen.
Really pretty light gray. dining room w white plates
plates on the wall in dining room
Displaying a collection of handsome dishes is a time-honored kitchen decorating idea. Keep it from feeling outdated by creating an abstract composition of uniformly colored plates.How to hang a plate collection
“Dinning room” — amolder
Coop 15 Architecture
18 Reviews
Sunrise Vista
Ideabooks763
Questions1
near three children’s bedrooms. The oldest daughter is in college; her room also functions as a guest bedroom. A second guest room, plus another bath, is in the lower level, along with a media/playroom and an exercise room. The original carport is down there, too, and just inside there is room for the family
remove shoes, hang up coats, and drop their stuff. The focal point of the home is the flowing living/dining/family/kitchen/terrace area. The living room may be separated via a large rolling door. Pocketing, sliding glass doors open the family and dining area to the terrace, with the original outdoor
this really interesting. The kitchen is positioned closer to the windows, with the dining room set back. This works well, conceptually, in creating direct indoor/outdoor flow.
“lights and barstools” — chekengtuk
Sun Design Remodeling Specialists, Inc.
9 Reviews
Kitchen Accent Tile
Ideabooks1,776
Questions1
front facing family room. “We saw the rooms in the front of the house as the components of a suite that could be dedicated to entertaining guests,” Mitchell explains. “Relocating the TV to an upgraded basement level setting allowed us to convert the family room into living room and eliminate the marginally
marginally functional sitting room in the back of the house.” With the 17’ x 8’ sitting room out of the picture, Mitchell and team next proposed shifting the dining room to the front of the house (across the foyer from the new living room), allocating 170 sq ft for a gourmet kitchen and family dining
MARRIED WITH CHILDREN From suburban split level to elegant family home By John Byrd Sometimes it’s not limited square footage that makes a house inadequate—it’s how that square footage is configured. Take, for example, a circa 1970’s split level situated on a shady cul de sac in Vienna. With over
“Herringbone backsplash” — kerrycklein
Liz Williams Interiors
1 Review
Kitchen
Ideabooks4,079
Questions2
picture frame idea for grandkids collections...
Love the frame idea for displaying rock collection
Home to display my rock collection - perhaps on the wall near the river in my dining room - a place to ground the conversations - a place to bring the outside - in.
Casual dining and airy touches in this ocean inspired dining room/bar area give it a fun, beachy
Introduce driftwood accessoriesDriftwood frames painted palest blue are a great way to add beachy character to a simple white room. Enhance the theme by using them to display pebbles or seashells.
“Empty frames white pebbles” — lmgriffin01
Seattle Area Architect
Best of Houzz 2014
Our studio name refers to our "coop" (a.k.a. studio), originally located at 15 McGraw Street in Seattle. We are a team of architects devoted to the design of modern, custom, single-family residences.
Sponsored
Sun Design Remodeling Specialists, Inc.
9 Reviews
Kitchen Island
Ideabooks554
Questions1
front facing family room. “We saw the rooms in the front of the house as the components of a suite that could be dedicated to entertaining guests,” Mitchell explains. “Relocating the TV to an upgraded basement level setting allowed us to convert the family room into living room and eliminate the marginally
marginally functional sitting room in the back of the house.” With the 17’ x 8’ sitting room out of the picture, Mitchell and team next proposed shifting the dining room to the front of the house (across the foyer from the new living room), allocating 170 sq ft for a gourmet kitchen and family dining
MARRIED WITH CHILDREN From suburban split level to elegant family home By John Byrd Sometimes it’s not limited square footage that makes a house inadequate—it’s how that square footage is configured. Take, for example, a circa 1970’s split level situated on a shady cul de sac in Vienna. With over
“Lights for above oven” — ncorbett
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™