Amaron Folkestad Steamboat Springs Colorado Builder Contractor Mid-sized eclectic boy carpeted kids' room photo in Denver with beige walls boys den... this could be how you get to the loft... are we still doing the loft? - meghan_solomon
John McManus Inspiration for a mid-sized boy carpeted and beige floor kids' room remodel in Atlanta with gray walls like having a couch inbetween. Could make it a pull out for overflow guests otherwise a nice place to sit. - kwaterman
фотограф Сергей Ананьев Kids' room - mid-sized contemporary boy dark wood floor and brown floor kids' room idea in Moscow with green walls top border in blue for jakey's room with a pinstripe accent color - palluzzi
This bedroom remodel presented unusual opportunities to take advantage of every usable nook and cranny.
Older homes can offer unique ways to remodel. Using space under the roof, we built new storage and updated the closet. The new room is much more "boy friendly" as a result of the remodel, making it "larger" by using areas beyond its' four walls. The design was a collaborative effort with the homeowners. Great use of space - paul_maligno
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@donnadotanphoto Example of a trendy boy medium tone wood floor and brown floor kids' room design in New York with gray walls יפה לשנות את הצבעים - ___________788141
Designer: Sheri Gibson; Photographer: kellyallison photography Inspiration for a mid-sized eclectic boy carpeted kids' room remodel in Chicago with gray walls hanging medals and displaying caps - amielcoatney
built in furniture, map wallpaper, porthole cork board, built in desk, kids bedroom Kids' room - contemporary boy light wood floor kids' room idea in New York with gray walls Different color for dest and room - nkaushek
Детская для мальчика-подростка. Выполнена в светлых оттенках с добавлением синего и салатового тонов. Inspiration for a small contemporary boy medium tone wood floor and beige floor kids' room remodel in Moscow with white walls colorful baskets and drapes - mangla122
Making the most of a wooded lot and interior courtyard, Braxton Werner and Paul Field of Wernerfield Architects transformed this former 1960s ranch house to an inviting yet unapologetically modern home. Outfitted with Western Window Systems products throughout, the home’s beautiful exterior views are framed with large expanses of glass that let in loads of natural light. Multi-slide doors in the bedroom and living areas connect the outdoors with the home’s family-friendly interiors.