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J.M. Kent Building Inc.
Sengekontacket Renovations
Ideabooks6,305
Questions5
glossy finish is easier to clean, and will be hardier against knocks by pets, toys, handbags, furniture, etc, as well as the act of repeatedly opening and closing
“PERFECT” — clamlips
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Queenslander home
Ideabooks1,279
Questions1
The old suitcase pictured here under the bed is a great way to stow away toys, books or extra blankets. And how cute is the ice-cream lamp? That would
“In likes the colors” — mariondb
Kim Woods
Living Room
Ideabooks37,321
Questions25
really small one) just isn't going to work if you try to incorporate the toys. So hide them. Here there are perfect built-ins for storing Lego pieces and
“mantle decoration” — eve1sis
HUISSTYLING
Children room
Ideabooks13,179
Questions11
drawer under this canopy bed is big enough to fill with blankets, costumes and toys galore. Alternatively, you can add a second mattress in the drawer for magical
“Pullout” — Jelyn Laosantos
Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
13 Reviews
Stair Hall
Ideabooks36,127
Questions19
the house that a stylish handle is needed. On hallway built-ins, playroom toy boxes or office file cabinets, they add a chic twist instead of simply blending
“White” — njap
Structure Home
2 Reviews
Brentwood, CA 3
Ideabooks40,123
Questions10
drawers and a window seat, as well as metal locker bins. You can see a lot of toys in here, yet the floor is completely free and clear.See more photos of this
“Kids seating on window area.” — llacevedo14
Lake Flato Architects
Hog Pen Creek Residence
Ideabooks4,023
Questions0
pavilion rests on an ipe wood dock. The cabinet to the right stores lake toys and dishes for outdoor dining. A separate boat dock is located on the adjacent
“Decking with no edge frame.” — jnoshea
James McCalligan Architect
6 Reviews
James McCalligan Architects Portfolio
Ideabooks1,709
Questions2
color, the next room or a special view. Eliminate items such as knickknacks, toys, small appliances and bath products that stop the eye, or worse, make spaces
“simple” — notwhatuthink
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