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Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Eureka Valley Residence
Ideabooks11,666
Questions9
will they play with them or put them away?
Imagine secret crawl space to the other
Play room storage. Low play table.
A cupboard that can house a child at play. The blackboard and a table conducive to their height
Play space. If space permits, dedicate a room for your children's playthings. When children have a place to call their own, they tend to migrate there.
Get as much off the floor as possible. Kids want room to play! An open space will mean a safer place to play and fewer things to get dirty
se or play cupboard that children can climb intoChild-height activity table and chairsComfy rugBaskets or bins of toys or art suppliesPlay kitchen
5. Tidy up kids' spaces. Even though it might not stay clean for long, it's worthwhile to make the effort and get your children's play space under control
“Low table and chalkboard” — kristik23
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
A Ranch Re-dressing Hanover NH
Ideabooks7,789
Questions3
Way to add play space. Hidden fortress.
loft play area in any ole space
I wonder how much space is in the loft at the top.
Love the fort as a built-in play place for the kids.
they can play within close sight.More:Kids' Bedrooms: Amp Up the PlayfulnessCreative Play Spaces For KidsVertical Limit: Making Room For Great Play Spaces
Create a secret place. Like Wright, a good room can encourage our children to explore their creativity. If you have the space, it can be an entire
castle loft play space is carpeted and has its own light, making it the ultimate fort. It also utilizes a thick zone in the form of these deep bookshelves down the side, which helps create a niche for the ladder.
private space for little ones within the public spaces on the first floor. The shelves at the bottom of the ladder are filled with games, toys and books they can bring up with them.
“like the castle very creative” — heidischrock
CWB Architects
Bergen Street Residence
Ideabooks23,657
Questions7
a kids space. I wondered what the wall height is. Would my basement--8 foot ceilings--be able to have a space like this? thanks!
Wondering how big is the space behind the wall?
eek making akward spaces not making use of them
Separate space for trains and mess
Possible half wall in playroom? Separate quiet reading time from active play? Use an armoire?
child's play space to be clean, you don't want it to be sterile. Add color and texture, and make it a comfortable space to hang out in. Choose flooring that's comfortable but easy to clean. Stain-resistant carpeting is always a great choice, but padded play mats or rugs can work just as well on hardwood
Having a play mat also gives your child an assigned surface to play on. Mats can be stored under beds or rolled up, which is helpful if your child's play space is shared with another room.
“partition part of playroom and have kid size doors” — clemwong
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2 Reviews
Kids Craft Room
Ideabooks1,415
Questions1
Seating incorporated into wall storage. Kneeling height play surfaces
combo gym play room with a separation like this? or gameroom/art studio combo
It look's fun to play in.
Like this a lot for the kids space. Built ins are great. I like that it is bright and fun. Step down is cool too. I like that it is a space they could grow with and can be easily changed as they get older
“platform w/a puppet theater” — clemwong
Incorporated
Bohemian Apartment Girl's Playhouse
Ideabooks11,772
Questions6
wall to crawl space for doll play
kids nook play space round opening
Different bedroom idea for playing space in the room
and the space around them with different-size play items. A tunnel out of chairs and blankets, a fort built in the living room or a playhouse made of boxes encourages them to see the world in a different light.More: Kids' Room Color Wisdom: How Colors Affect Behavior
“peek a boos in playroom” — clemwong
Bipède
1 Review
Jeanne-mance :: kid's house
Ideabooks1,166
Questions0
Circular opening to see what is going on in kid's play area
Hidden nooks for play in a child's room
Hidden play nook - enough said.
Nook in extra space over garage
nooks for play. Yours doesn't have to be as elaborate as this one (which was built into a pocket of empty space beside a staircase) to be fun — any space kids can retreat to will do splendidly.
nooks for play. Yours doesn't have to be as elaborate as this one (which was built into a pocket of empty space beside a staircase) to be fun — any space kids can retreat to will do splendidly.
“Beanbags” — candice_m
RW Anderson Homes
Greenlake Craftsman
Ideabooks3,531
Questions5
little space they can call their own, to make believe and dream. Very cute for any lucky kidlet.
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Child room then another door that leads to play room.
Michael's play area room used part of the garage.
Use of under eve space?
Play area for kiddos
hidden space...hidden play area...Play space...Child's play...Eve space?...Secret spaces...hidden play space...Door to play nook...secret space...Cubby play space...attic space...crawl space
“Little door” — stmcgirr
Shoshana Gosselin
4 Reviews
Happy Bold Kids Basement Playroom
Ideabooks2,579
Questions5
special play area was a big part of this basement renovation. We added tons of built in storage for big toys, open areas for creative play, and bright colors.
Pictures of them playing with their favorite toys in the playroom would be awesome..
Balance Wall Space - for playroom with little furniture. Make pictures on the wall big.
room or play space, take stock of everything that's in there and start sorting. Sort toys and books into piles to keep, throw away or donate. Then organize the items you've decided to keep by activity. This should help you figure out how much storage you'll need and what kind of system will best suit your
family space in Pennsylvania.The owners of this home in Breinigsville, Penn. wanted to remodel their unfinished basement into a space where they could entertain friends and family, and let their kids have a special play space of their very own. Above all else, they wanted to renovate the area so that
“Kids area” — lorenwhite
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