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Cary Bernstein Architect
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Cary Bernstein Architect Eureka Valley Residence
If the kids can't reach their toys, how will they play with them or put them away?
The storage space under the shelving and the black board pain on the walls.
One side open play - add activity table
chalkboard on wall, hiding space under cabinets large enough to hide larger toys when they aren't there
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
use or play cupboard that children can climb intoChild-height activity table and chairsComfy rugBaskets or bins of toys or art suppliesPlay kitchen
“built ins with hiding spots” — jcstein1103
CWB Architects
Bergen Street Residence
This is a fun idea for 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?
I was hoping you could tell me where the rug came from. Thanks!! Great space.
creative - something like it might be nice for a play room
love the crawl space and cut outs
wall with holes in the playroom to create distinct spaces. Gives accent too.
A fence could be erected between the evergreen trees with openings like this to create a private space for the kids to hang out .
Divider wall and play space - long term use?
While you want your 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
“wide bottom step” — twyte
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
A Ranch Re-dressing Hanover NH
They almost look like Hickory or White Oak. They look great with the wall system/play fort. joel@eutree.com
great storage space for school stuff.
Love the fort as a built-in play place for the
kids loft for reading and playing - great use of a vaulted
so 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
The other side of the entry hall housed a sunroom that has been transformed into a playroom for the boys. This 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
“Love shelves with bed on top” — teamdubre
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Patty creates unique, enjoyable, and livable interiors. Regardless of project budget, she is known for successfully working within all constraints to create the most beautiful spaces possible.
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Jeanne-mance :: kid's house
This is a neat play room
Look at info. Cool hideaway space
Hidden nooks for play in a child's room
Hidden play nook - enough said.
Nook in extra space over garage
Build nooks for kids to escape to by using space user stairs
or build something new, there is an undeniable appeal about hidden 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.
“Kids secret room” — bdw25
Jute Interior Design
7 Reviews
San Anselmo play room
Was it nailed in or just hooked? I adore this space by the way. Thanks!
Set up a new play spaceA simple teepee with some furry friends and a comfy rug to play on is all many young kids need for hours of fun. The novelty of being able to hide away is enticing, and when the play space looks as appealing as this one, it will be impossible
the store-bought route or get creative with items around the house: Broomsticks and sheets should do the trick. Kids love these intimate spaces for reading, playing make-believe or coloring.
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 textures for touching and dynamic
“Teepee cutie” — dalidanaki
Bohemian Apartment Girl's Playhouse
wall to crawl space for doll play
For my kids in the play room.
creative use of space to provide some more cozy areas.
7. Add complex sizes and shapes. Encourage children to understand the relationship between themselves 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
“Hideaway space” — elissakerwin
RW Anderson Homes
Greenlake Craftsman
This looks like what a lot of kids want....a little space they can call their own, to make believe and dream. Very cute for any lucky kidlet.
It's very similar to C2's Russian Olive. Search sunset.com for Playful House for more pics.
Small door to hidden play space
any unused spaces for kids crawl area
“Secret door in closet” — bdw25
James Ray Construction
Rose Garden Home
Could we do this in our backyard? Guest House/Playhouse space (:
girls play house some day & then down the road it could be a garden shed
Play house for grandkids
Love children play houses
Ry MoMo jj play house
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“Avery, Brylee and Evelyn!!!!!” — terriedawn
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