1,431 kids playroom idea Outdoor Design Photos

Carson Arthur Design
1 Review
The areas designated for kid fun
nice family idea for small garden.
Could have separate kids garden area
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
“Like the use of rock around the concrete. Deck?” — artstead15
Sarah Natsumi Moore
10 Reviews
Eco Artist's House
picnic table for kids with shade cover
Kids love rocks to play with.
Echt leuke plek voor de kids
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
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
or not, if kids will be present, it’s better for everyone if they are kept happily occupied.” — Laura GaskillThis one quotation does not do the story justice; it’s jam-packed with great ideas for spring parties. However, this one underscores an important part, which to me is: Give the kids their own fun
“umbrella” — Leigh Bacon
Annette Tatum
That it would be a great idea for my two girls!
We should add a play space for the kids this fall!
important in early childhood development. Static environments generally have limited loose parts, but naturalized environments have an abundance of them! Kids can use these materials to build and also to create roles and structures, such as Nature Rangers on a backyard camping trip.8. Nurture art through play
7. Camp outIf the idea of setting up a wall-mounted screen is a little overwhelming, there’s a simpler option. Grab your camping gear and set up a cosy sanctuary in your backyard
“B-)” — LeWhiteHouse
Helen Rose Wilson Garden Design
Bee and Butterfly garden
Fun for kids and nature in one
like the idea of bees and butterflies
Fun for kids in woods. Painted
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
“stepping 'stones'!” — n1colai
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
ago and have a blank slate. Right now there is nothing in the yard for the kids to play with besides a pool in the summer so this would be an amazing addition in creating a FUN KidZone. Can someone give me some plans, design ideas, etc? I would love to build this with my (5) daughters. Thank you so much
Love!!! A playhouse/Fort for the grand kids at the Lake!
Cool idea, for dog and kids
flagstone path, nice idea. And then the tree. What about a nice semi-dwarf fruit tree there for the kids to eat off of while they play? :-) Sun MIGHT be an issue.
This sandbox is tucked in the shade beneath a playhouse structure that looks like a kid's own personal beach cabana. Removable grates on top of the box make it easy to sift out debris and keep out critters.
“keja” — mcheff
Annette Tatum
great outdoors project w/ the kids
So creative, must do for the grand kids
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
“Lake house” — cherylprothro
Falling Waters Landscape
6 Reviews
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 :)
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
Cheap and easy kid fun, a hidden sandbox?
sandbox in garden context for either kid or a art sand play like sand-molded
Something that my kids would love.
For the kids...reminds me of when I was a kid too
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 with plants and the butterflies and birds they attract.See stylish sandboxes
“Something that my kids would love.” — Kenneth Hernandez
Keith Willig Landscape Services, Inc.
Childrens Play
Kids Treehouse Playhouse with Slide, Climbing Wall and Swing Set
It would be great to see the type of space initially used, to begin this idea. We have a yard with various contours and dimensions. Specifically, there is a portion of our back yard that may require a few retaining wall in efforts
Yes they are euphorbia, not a great idea near where kids play as the sap causes blisters on your skin.
The idea of the tree house
Super fun, great place for kids to play outdoors, keep them away from television and media, and just let them be kids. Gorgeous, love it.
with a "tree" house fort, slide, and swings to make use of the slope for the kids' play area.
great idea for Mason and Jason.
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
“Cubby” — Melissa Branson
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