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Penza Bailey Architects
7 Reviews
Multiple Family Suites
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their children’s growing families to come for extended visits. The centerpiece of the home is an open gathering space that links kitchen, family room, breakfast
breakfast room, and sunroom. The lower level of the home boasts 10’ ceilings for the authentic Irish bar, gaming areas, a home theater, exercise room, a wine
wine cellar, and a large train room to showcase an extensive train set and collection of model trains. Photography: Anne Gummerson
their children’s growing families to come for extended visits. The centerpiece of the home is an open gathering space that links kitchen, family room, breakfast
“Design” — papiromulo
Planters
Children's Garden
Ideabooks2,533
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How to use. Both 1970 eathan Allen china and dining room with other le
Gnome tree. An enchanting addition to a children’s garden, a gnome tree like this one sparks imagination in kids of all
For the children: gnome tree, little town-like play area and wooden windchime instrument. Also like the blue flowers
1. Gnome tree. An enchanting addition to a children’s garden, a gnome tree like this one sparks imagination in kids of all ages. Have yours customized
Gnome tree. An enchanting addition to a children’s garden, a gnome tree like this one sparks imagination in kids of all
“Way cool” — Cheryl Wilson
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frederique pyra legon architecte
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Villa C1
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terraces, one for each floor. The children’s bedrooms look out to the first one, which corresponds to the roof of the living room. The master bedroom looks out
out to the second, which corresponds to the roof of the children’s bedrooms.
terraces, one for each floor. The children’s bedrooms look out to the first one, which corresponds to the roof of the living room. The master bedroom looks out
of the living and dining room ceiling. The master bedroom looks out onto the second, which forms the ceiling of the children’s bedrooms.
The house features two balconies, one on the first floor and one on the second. The children’s bedrooms look out
the roof of the children’s bedrooms.
“Terrasse” — maevouille
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Helen Rose Wilson Garden Design
Bee and Butterfly garden
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“make great stepping stones for very young children. Butterfly garden. Enchant children by attracting caterpillars and butterflies to your yard
seating area. Smaller wood slices make great stepping stones for very young children.
wood slices make great stepping stones for very young children.5. Butterfly garden. Enchant children by attracting caterpillars and butterflies to your yard
wood slices make great stepping stones for very young children.5. Butterfly gardenEnchant children by attracting caterpillars and butterflies to your yard
You could also have a shallow pond (covered with wire netting if small children are around) where frogs, dragonflies and other wildlife could make their
“Garden” — djkenyon
Dale Jones-Evans Pty Ltd Architecture
M-Central
Ideabooks2,994
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in a variety of climates.MY TOP TIP: Tactile gardens are wonderful for children, too, as it helps them to gain a greater appreciation for gardens and the
in a variety of climates. MY TOP TIP: Tactile gardens are wonderful for children, too, as it helps them to gain a greater appreciation for gardens and the
at knee or hip height that look soft and inviting. The wooden walkway pictured here shows an amazing use of fountain grass, which has created a surreal
positioned at knee/hip height that look soft and inviting. The wooden walkway pictured here shows an amazing use of fountain grass, which has created a surreal
in a variety of climates. MY TOP TIP: Tactile gardens are wonderful for children, too, as it helps them to gain a greater appreciation for gardens and the
“interesting walkway.” — jrgxv
Keith Willig Landscape Services, Inc.
Childrens Play
Ideabooks18,706
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or climbing on monkey bars isn't your thing, try a structure with secret rooms and areas to hang out in - your very own, personal labyrinth.
risk. Many researchers believe that adults should not stand in the way of children’s “risky” play and complex challenges. A child’s ability to understand
kids. Multilevel environments can be magical and attractive places where children can let their imaginations run free. Build traditional elements, such as
build up the soil to create hills and valleys.2. Let kids take a risk. Children test and repeat skills until they have mastered them, beginning at an early
“cubby house” — 83katejd
Carson Arthur Design
1 Review
Beachview
Ideabooks5,443
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water...without actually having issues for the children.
it is! cheap and easy and looks great in a children's area
I like taking a small space and providing an area for adults and children.
purpose: There's an area for children of different ages and also space for relaxing and dining. With the design considering children to begin with, any abandoned
design. It is no good to expect children to play soccer on grass surrounded by their parents' prize herbaceous border.This small garden follows his precepts
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 en
In Room Outside Brookes also showed us that different age groups need different features within the garden, and that this should be considered in the design
“Love everything about this garden” — jofaye76
Betty Wasserman
26 Reviews
Modern Farmhouse
Ideabooks2,861
Questions5
or not you have children. Take the long view, slowly make new habits and enjoy the long and beautiful days of summer with your children.Next: How to Make
or not you have children. Take the long view, slowly make new habits and enjoy the long and beautiful days of summer with your children.YOUR SAYHave you
4. Take a break. If you have school-age children, I don't recommend taking on large cleaning and decluttering projects in the summer — the exception being
cause babies don't keep."The assertion: You have to choose cleaning or your children, and you'd better choose those babies! I think you can do both. Of course
“Pool” — sarjay1
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