20 WarmlyYours Midcentury Kids Design Photos

building Lab, inc.
7 Reviews
eichler in marinwood
Ideabooks968
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To visually warm up Hannah’s room, the couple chose a light blue for the walls and Flor tiles for the floor. “We have had to balance our architectural leanings with
To visually warm up Hannah’s room, the couple chose a light blue for the walls and Flor tiles for the floor. “We have had to balance our architectural leanings with what makes sense for a child,” Stephen says.Bed: Ikea
“Bed!” — kefranz
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Stolp
Ideabooks4,873
Questions8
When your child needs to thank someone. Good manners start early, and they begin with your good example. If you regularly model writing and sending thank-you notes of your own, it will come as no surprise when you ask your child to do the same. Turn it into a fun, creative project by keeping your child's
younger kids, having them pose for a photo holding, wearing or using the gift makes a memorable thank-you.That said, forcing it is bound to backfire. If your child has no interest in writing the note, go ahead and write the note yourself without making a fuss and try again next time.
“P likes lamp” — rickloveslara
Kropat Interior Design
4 Reviews
Colorful Mid Century Modern Residence
Ideabooks7,969
Questions9
what a great room design. I love your idea of focus lights, check our website, we are the world's famous and professional manufacturer. www.conocopicturelights.com
adult's bedroom — separate your office and sleeping spot, and avoid overstimulating colors for ultimate relaxation.
Colour craze. Pull-out drawers in a low cabinet like this create a surface on which to play or display, and the floating shelves on that amazing wall can show off your child’s latest masterpieces
masterpieces.TELL USDo you have an adorable storage solution for your child that you’d like to share? Post a high-resolution photo in the comments below.
“Colores dormitorio FJ” — cric_3
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Mindi Freng Designs
4 Reviews
Playroom "exterior"
Ideabooks10,236
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g a temporary wall and turning it into the outside of a cottage is a great idea for anyone handy with a hammer. If you turn around and wonder where your child has got to, this is probably the first place you’d look.
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“Flooring” — Holli Bernt Mills
Flegel's Construction Co., Inc.
6 Reviews
Finlay Eichler Major Remodel
Ideabooks1,326
Questions8
Wher did you source your headboard?
If you're a fan of wall coverings, choose one that really makes a statement. An interesting print on a bold yellow background is a great choice for an accent wall. Wall coverings can also provide protection from dents and dings, and many are scrubbable and therefore easy to clean, making them a smart
“Wallpaper” — samboychip
Kristen Rivoli Interior Design
The girl's escape...
Ideabooks2,799
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in Cambridge Massachusetts. If you shop there, heed Kristen's advice: "Her things go so quickly, that if you see something you like you need to call your client and buy it immediately!” Purchasing iconic pieces from MoMA's archives is easier than you think; check out MoMA.org for more information. Also
“I like the lamp����” — middleschoolgirl
Kropat Interior Design
4 Reviews
Colorful Mid Century Modern Residence
Ideabooks10,838
Questions6
you get tired of the look down the road, you can do it over with a fresh coat of paint and new bed linens.Tell us: What cool colors have you used in your home? Share a photo below.
“kids room” — Kristin Pieper
Kropat Interior Design
4 Reviews
Colorful Mid Century Modern Residence
Ideabooks16,592
Questions5
9. Set up a self-help arts and crafts zone. Stop the incessant asking where this or that material is by setting up a simple but well-organized area your kids can access on their own. A child-height table and chairs, various papers, crayons, markers and colored pencils are all you really need to get started
“Rods with paper pens etc” — nicolemheiser
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