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A Beach Cottage
A Beach Cottage
Ideabooks9,226
Questions2
Storage in porch: kids toys, books...
thing to get is old wood crates. I can never have enough of these as inexpensive and interesting storage solutions around my house. Papers and files, books and magazines, pillows, pantry items. A rustic and stylish way to avoid plastic containers.
“family room” — lindabudinich
Carson Arthur Design
1 Review
Beachview
Ideabooks4,869
Questions4
kid zone, separated spaces. stones not practical with small kids
I like Kids area in the garden
Like the sandbox, tiled area for kids and how the space
alfresco gatherings or an afternoon with a book. Clever zoning helps give portions of the garden a clear identity. Here, the play area is towards the rear of the garden, but, thanks to its slightly elevated position, an adult can still keep an eye on the kids from the terrace or the house. It is also
spaces need that cohesion,” says Arthur, who designed this 17-foot by 25-foot space for a family with small children. A separate play zone keeps the kids close by while the parents are entertaining, and the continuous paving ties it all together. Radford goes even further, suggesting using the same material
“Çocuk oyun alanı” — ilkaytek
Sarah Natsumi Moore
10 Reviews
Eco Artist's House
Ideabooks1,122
Questions0
Make the kiddie table a place kids want to
picnic table for kids with shade cover
Kids love rocks to play with.
8. Make the kiddie table a place kids want to be. Whether the party
comment came from someone without kids. I love kids, but I love grown-up time at parties too.Full story: Spring Party Primer: 20 Ideas for Fabulous Fetes
8. Make the kiddie table a place kids want to beWhether the party you are throwing is kid centred or not, if kids will be present, it’s better for
8. Make the kiddie table a place kids want to be. Whether the party you are throwing is kid centered or not, if kids will be present, it’s better for everyone if they are kept happily occupied. A few simple, creative touches can
“Swing” — rock_shahi
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Childrens Play
Ideabooks17,929
Questions7
Kids Treehouse Playhouse with Slide, Climbing Wall and Swing Set
Yes they are euphorbia, not a great idea near where kids play as the sap causes blisters on your skin.
I work for a company that sells those types of nets. Leading edge Pucuda - you can find them on face book
Retaining walls to make usable space for kids
Slide for the girls and kids?
Use slope for slide. Kids play house and area.
Topography challenges attract kids. Multilevel environments can be magical and attractive places where children can let their imaginations run free. Build traditional elements, such as slides or tubes, into natural topography, or build up the soil to create hills and valleys.2. Let kids take a risk. Children
“Cool” — bootcp2
Annette Tatum
Tent
Ideabooks4,629
Questions3
great outdoors project w/ the kids
Love these little tents for the kids area - imagine also a chalk board on the wall that they can draw on. I am hoping we can make this part of the yard fun.
about camping and the outdoors. Kids of different ages can retire in their own tepee without feeling isolated from one another, and the fun can last well into the night. Lesson from this room: There's no need to reinvent the wheel. Tepees are always a hit.
Even kids' energy sags after hours in the
outside, tents and tepees make great temporary summer playhouses for kids.Simple to Stunning Tepees and Tents
4. Camp out Haven’t got a tent? No problem! All you need are some sheets, a tarpaulin and a mild night. Get the kids to help you create the perfect shelter by tying sheets over tree branches
“tee pee” — llgoyen
Falling Waters Landscape
10 Reviews
Misc.
Ideabooks3,345
Questions2
Seems unpractical in a real world of kids?
Thanks @Casill. Actually this is in the real world and used heavily by a family with three kids under the age of 10. Does it get messy? Absolutely! But thats what brooms are for :)
reminds me of when I was a kid too
sand box for kids.. built into landscape.. something
Something that my kids would love.
Camouflage the sandbox. Sand provides a potentially soothing sensory experience and stretches the imagination. Nestling a sandbox within a planting bed not only will help integrate it into the garden, but also will let kids get up close and personal
Nestling a sandbox within a planting bed not only will help integrate it into the garden, but also will let kids get up close and personal with plants and the butterflies and birds they attract.
“desertscape, sandbox” — allielo
Helen Rose Wilson Garden Design
Bee and Butterfly garden
Ideabooks2,266
Questions2
backyard accessory for kids. Line them up to make a meandering stepping stone path or circle them round to make a seating area. Smaller wood slices make great stepping stones for very young children.
4. Tree-stump stepping stones. Natural tree stumps are a fabulous backyard accessory for kids. Line them up to make a meandering stepping stone path or circle them round to make a seating area. Smaller wood slices make great stepping stones for very young children.5. Butterfly garden. Enchant children
frame for it to provide opportunities for play. This simple row of tree trunks, set into the ground, are like super-sized stepping stones, inviting kids to hop across or build between them. They look lovely, too!
“Stump seats” — Stephanie Johnson
Charleston Home + Design Mag
7 Reviews
CH+D mag's Fall 2012 Best Of Photos
Ideabooks13,865
Questions3
Swinging from ropes and zip lining across the yard are just a few of the activities kids can do on this custom tree house-style jungle gym. Let your little ones release their inner Tarzan—complete with all the yelling and screaming they can do— by giving them an outdoor space that’s all their own. For
This looks like fun for kids and adults alike
rock climbing area on the hillside.Get creative and have fun — but remember to consult a pro to make sure any structure you build is safe before your kids use it.Drop in on one incredible playhouse
“Slider para crianças” — bakamx
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