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Children's Garden
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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, MOON GATE, ETC.Perfect or children's garden
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 with swings — or, with a hollow interior, it could be a playhouse.
Gnome tree. An enchanting addition to a children’s garden, a gnome tree like this one
“roof over tree stump” — sunsetpoint
Helen Rose Wilson Garden Design
Bee and Butterfly garden
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stepping stone path or circle them round to make a seating area. Smaller wood slices make great stepping stones for very young children. Butterfly garden. Enchant children by attracting caterpillars and butterflies to your yard by planting milkweed, purple coneflower and other butterfly-friendly plants
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"
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.
other forms of wildlife. Here, the beautiful planting is designed to attract bees and butterflies with sawn logs as seats to watch the activities of the insects close-up. You could also have a shallow pond (covered with wire netting if small children are around) where frogs, dragonflies and other wildlife
“Logs” — arieru
Keith Willig Landscape Services, Inc.
Childrens Play
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Create multilevel play. 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
How a childrens den/slide can be incorporated into a terraced garden
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 test and repeat skills until they have mastered
spaces end up being too safe, minimizing healthy challenges along with 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 and manage risk is essential to development, and naturalized environments
“Cool” — bootcp2
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Sustainable House
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this is where you can see that it’s a relative of Joe Pye Weed. The stems and leaves emerge fuzzy in spring and are great to include in a tactile children’s garden. How to use it. As a single specimen, it can hold its own in a cottage- or prairie-style garden, or even in a more formal border. But where
this is where you can see that it’s a relative of Joe Pye Weed. The stems and leaves emerge fuzzy in spring and are great to include in a tactile children’s garden. How to use it. As a single specimen, it can hold its own in a cottage- or prairie-style garden, or even in a more formal border. But where
this is where you can see that it’s a relative of Joe Pye Weed. The stems and leaves emerge fuzzy in spring and are great to include in a tactile children’s garden. How to use it. As a single specimen, it can hold its own in a cottage- or prairie-style garden, or even in a more formal border. But where
“Black eye Susan” — kitt925
Jute Interior Design
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San Anselmo play room
Ideabooks41,885
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6. Support multisensory play. Children establish a connection to the world around them by experiencing it through sensory play. Design your children's play area with multiple senses in mind: instruments for playing and hearing music, multiple
1. A child's-eye view. A great thing to do when designing children's rooms is to literally get down on their level. In fact, babyproofing experts often recommend crawling through your home to spot any potential dangers. Safety issues aside, you can also use this trick to help decide which toys to place
“child's playroom” — vlf456
Jennifer Hoey Interior Design
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A Frame Remodel Sun Valley, ID
Ideabooks55,557
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Work to children’s heightsIn a child’s room, scale down the furniture and furnishings to make them feel comfortable and snug. Children will relate to the furnishings in this room – the low shelves, the small ladder and the
Jennifer Hoey Interior Design
children's cubicle...Children's rooms...fun design
“bunk beds” — jhovee80
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Children's Garden
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Nothing "children" about this to me. It's my own adult garden fantasy!
Children's garden...Children's Garden...children's garden
“Cool” — ronashford
TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
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Vermont Lake House
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allowing them to age in place without having to climb stairs. The other side, belonging to their adult daughter and her two children, takes advantage of the slope with three levels; it includes private guest quarters on the lowest level for the foreign exchange students the family enjoys hosting. Grutchfield
An extended family enjoys a spacious waterfront home influenced by farmhouses and Japanese architecture When an extended family opted to share a lifestyle by living under one roof, they turned to architect Lee Grutchfield, a principal at TruexCullins Architecture+Interior Design, to
to design a comfortable, spacious home for their 18-acre wooded lot that slopes down to a large lake.Grutchfield responded with a design that’s essentially two houses angling out from a central, glassed-in entry that embraces the lake views. To one side, the grandparents’ wing is all one level, allowing
“We could put a wrap around porch on the 2nd level too...or in certain areas” — wvyates
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