Arts and Crafts Baby and Kids' Design Ideas
Tongue & Groove Design+Build By Mark Batson
Sometimes it just works out to create a cool loft area for the kids to play. And barn doors are just fun.
H2 Design Studio
Photographer: Reuben Krabbe
An optional entrance to the loft from outside the cottage comes with a 3'x3' landing and a shorter ladder. Each set includes an additional railing section in the theme of the cottage.
The Parkgate was designed from the inside out to give homage to the past. It has a welcoming wraparound front porch and, much like its ancestors, a surprising grandeur from floor to floor. The stair opens to a spectacular window with flanking bookcases, making the family space as special as the public areas of the home. The formal living room is separated from the family space, yet reconnected with a unique screened porch ideal for entertaining. The large kitchen, with its built-in curved booth and large dining area to the front of the home, is also ideal for entertaining. The back hall entry is perfect for a large family, with big closets, locker areas, laundry home management room, bath and back stair. The home has a large master suite and two children's rooms on the second floor, with an uncommon third floor boasting two more wonderful bedrooms. The lower level is every family’s dream, boasting a large game room, guest suite, family room and gymnasium with 14-foot ceiling. The main stair is split to give further separation between formal and informal living. The kitchen dining area flanks the foyer, giving it a more traditional feel. Upon entering the home, visitors can see the welcoming kitchen beyond. Photographer: David Bixel Builder: DeHann Homes
Jason Todd Home Design
Clean, crisp design. Pure white interior. Corner lot. Lots of light (inherent privacy issues) The house was designed with a private interior courtyard to provide an intimate retreat and give the owners options for private living space. Space was maximized on stair landing to give the house a roomy, spacious feel. Great vaults in every room due to being hand framed with Lots of high windows. Board and batten. Builder Credit: Greg Welch Construction; Interior Owner/builder. Mike Knighten Construction Design/Finishes: Legum Design Designer: Courtney Souther of Townsend Interiors
Liz Daly Photography
Interior Design: Suzanne Childress Design Photo: Liz Daly Photography
Tai / My Ever Evolving Home
A playroom where the focus in on fun and learning!
Living Stone Design + Build
Rob Karosis Photography
Troxel Custom Homes
Bright blue walls accent the fun VCT tile for a child’s delight. Entrance to the pint sized play area features sunshine yellow walls.
Small but full of character girls bedroom. Photography by Penny Wincer.
Smarthaus + Wexler/Kollman P.C., Ltd.
Fun space under stairway from basement to first floor.