743 pictures of kids bedroom designs Outdoor Design Photos

Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Tiny House
Ideabooks5,097
Questions2
Everyone should have a fence like this for kids to sit and visit with a friendly cat :-)
just want to be in this picture
A peaceful spot for kids (it's the trees!)
15. Give kids a safe playspace outside. Whether or not you remember the “good old days” when parents used to tell their kids go play outside until dinner, if you are a parent today, it’s
looking onto the backyard (see idea No. 1) can let you keep an eye on kids from the house.
Give kids a safe playspace outside. Whether or not you remember the “good old days” when parents used to tell their kids go play outside until dinner, if you are a parent today, it’s likely
idea No. 1) can let you keep an eye on kids from the house.
5. Give kids a safe playspace outside. Whether or not you remember the “good old days” when parents used to tell their kids go play outside until dinner, if you are
“garden” — jwest0111
Keith Willig Landscape Services, Inc.
Childrens Play
Ideabooks17,175
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.
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.
This is another project by Willig. "I like to interject a little midcentury-modern asymmetry into the design and then let the kids tell me what they want in the way of features — for example, a fireman’s pole, pirate flag, zip line, net, trap doors, et cetera." This multilevel treehouse took longer to
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
“great yard and play thing for the grandkids” — mjkjrobinson
Gregory Davis & Associates
8 Reviews
Blum Park
Ideabooks1,468
Questions0
Landscape Design and Installation by Gregory Davis & Associates, www.gdalandscape.com Abran Photography
kids friendly surface
For the grand kids ;)))
great play area for kids
kids play...good kids area...Kids yard...Fun for kids...Play area design...Another kids idea...Kids play!...kids play area...Backyard for kids...Nice kids space
“Play yard” — danazco
Classic Nursery & Landscape Co. / Alan Burke, asla
10 Reviews
More project photos. Please see us at classicnursery.com for more info
Ideabooks13,190
Questions2
Jungle Gym by Alan Burke. Can I buy plans or see more pictures?
own with nothing around it? Stunning!! I think designers are really accomplishing so much more & the result is better presentation & greater pleasure to view, then in past years..Thanks, designers. Doing a great job!! Thanks!! Martha dba Martha's Design Center
Martha's Design Center, I do think there is greater variety of interesting & original landscaping plants made available ..and the upkeep is simpler. I really appreciate the variety of grasses that can define a particular grouping. The plants are great to view when seasonal changes cause them to
Great for kids, add seating and fire pit
Awesome for backyard play equipment for the grand kids
“playground” — synnthebs
The Brickman Group, Ltd.
1 Review
Potager Garden
Ideabooks37,479
Questions5
Hello, i am a french student. thanks to tell me if i can use this picture and which photographer should i mention. Thanks. Marie
wouldn't be afraid to bring in quality 3-way soil to a project like this to save yourself the aforementioned potentials and to ensure such an awesome design actually produces.
Stock an area nearby with kid-size watering cans and make clearly marked paths so kids know where to walk (and where not to). More planting ideas in the Houzz Gardening section
Edible beds with inviting paths. Kids get excited about eating
fresh flowers meant for cutting means there is always something interesting to do in the garden. Stock an area nearby with kid-size watering cans and make clearly marked paths so kids know where to walk (and where not to).
“Great garden!” — rosemarydigi
Nina Topper Interior Design
Stinson Beach, CA
Ideabooks3,732
Questions2
Did you make or buy framed wood "pictures"? If they were purchased, where were they purchased?
Framed wood pictures
like the design on the wall
design of chair and painting
Wood pictures. For beach condo.
Nina Topper Interior Design
Kids bath- artwork...Wooden pictures...cool chair design...Color and design...Board pictures...Timber pictures...barnboard pictures
“Artwork” — t_eye2
C.O.S Design
5 Reviews
Naroon Road
Ideabooks2,460
Questions2
Love the openess from inside to outside, and the integration of the natural plant life incorporated into the deck and design.
Flooring around tree and overall look and design of the backyard
Emma says. A growing family also drove the design. With three kids ages 14, 12 and 10, they wanted a space “that was inviting to teenagers, so that our kids would have more excuses to hang out at home with their friends,” she recalls.
“I started with a picture of my feet on the rocks at the beach on
returned to that picture throughout the project and worked with designer Taylor to create a timeless landscape – with a bit of sharpness. “We wanted a space where family and friends could gather, eat and feel relaxed,” Emma says. A growing family also drove the design. With three kids aged 14, 12 and
“Deck ideas” — potichnyjzen
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Sun Valley
Ideabooks4,162
Questions1
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
I like to know if there is a price on any picture I would like printout
I'm writing a book and a would like to copy if possible one of your pictures. My book deals with foster children and how they thrive by hold on there leaf on the tree. There is many foster children that give up they tend to
to be flowing towards the ground. I hope that you can help me out. This picture would be the COVER of my book. I'm really looking for a large tree with alot of color and seeing the leaves of the tree flowing down to the ground. Any information you can give to me would be greatly appreciate, and in
Design for your kids. 1. Hint at a destination and create mystery. Twists and turns, a hidden path, a tree-lined alley
“Lovely path through Birchgrove and Meadow” — GreenGold Studio
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