Baby and Kids' Design Ideas
Interiors by Popov
Having two young boys presents its own challenges, and when you have two of their best friends constantly visiting, you end up with four super active action heroes. This family wanted to dedicate a space for the boys to hangout. We took an ordinary basement and converted it into a playground heaven. A basketball hoop, climbing ropes, swinging chairs, rock climbing wall, and climbing bars, provide ample opportunity for the boys to let their energy out, and the built-in window seat is the perfect spot to catch a break. Tall built-in wardrobes and drawers beneath the window seat to provide plenty of storage for all the toys. You can guess where all the neighborhood kids come to hangout now ☺
Tracy Lynn Studio
Chango & Co.
Architectural Advisement & Interior Design by Chango & Co. Architecture by Thomas H. Heine Photography by Jacob Snavely See the story in Domino Magazine
Martin Bros. Contracting, Inc.
Children's bunkroom and playroom; complete with built-in bunk beds that sleep 4, television, library and attached bath. Custom made bunk beds include shelves stairs and lighting. General contracting by Martin Bros. Contracting, Inc.; Architecture by Helman Sechrist Architecture; Home Design by Maple & White Design; Photography by Marie Kinney Photography. Images are the property of Martin Bros. Contracting, Inc. and may not be used without written permission. — with Maple & White Design and Ayr Cabinet Company.
MacLaren Kitchen and Bath
Design, Fabrication, Install & Photography By MacLaren Kitchen and Bath Designer: Mary Skurecki Wet Bar: Mouser/Centra Cabinetry with full overlay, Reno door/drawer style with Carbide paint. Caesarstone Pebble Quartz Countertops with eased edge detail (By MacLaren). TV Area: Mouser/Centra Cabinetry with full overlay, Orleans door style with Carbide paint. Shelving, drawers, and wood top to match the cabinetry with custom crown and base moulding. Guest Room/Bath: Mouser/Centra Cabinetry with flush inset, Reno Style doors with Maple wood in Bedrock Stain. Custom vanity base in Full Overlay, Reno Style Drawer in Matching Maple with Bedrock Stain. Vanity Countertop is Everest Quartzite. Bench Area: Mouser/Centra Cabinetry with flush inset, Reno Style doors/drawers with Carbide paint. Custom wood top to match base moulding and benches. Toy Storage Area: Mouser/Centra Cabinetry with full overlay, Reno door style with Carbide paint. Open drawer storage with roll-out trays and custom floating shelves and base moulding.
Heritage Design Studio
Photography by www.impressia.net
Raumkleid | Anke Preywisch
Thorsten Kern | KERN.Fotografie // Tix Media@Home - Kunstlicht - Schüler Raumausstattung - Tischlerei Stüttgen - Schneider Elektro - archicraft
WORLD PREMIERE!!! 3-2-1.....The race is on !!! Introducing our life-like Sports Car Bed that will earn your little racer 1st place at the bedtime finish line !!! Art. leather sports seats headboard and interior is equipped with latest technology, light animation system & detailed star shaped rims with LED lights. Plus, the bed makes real car sounds and has all triggered by a wireless remote control, body kit and fog light, LED rear indicator, 3D exhaust pipe design and shatterproof acrylic glass, Sound System with radio, USB, SD card, and Bluetooth input. Bedroom accessories sold separately and include: desk, chair, dresser, bookcase, wardrobe, closet, shelves, bedding and cushions.
Habitations Residential Design Group
Play area upstairs
This home bowling alley features a custom lane color called "Red Hot Allusion" and special flame graphics that are visible under ultraviolet black lights, and a custom "LA Lanes" logo. 12' wide projection screen, down-lane LED lighting, custom gray pins and black pearl guest bowling balls, both with custom "LA Lanes" logo. Built-in ball and shoe storage. Triple overhead screens (2 scoring displays and 1 TV).
Photo: Shaun Cammack The goal of the project was to create a modern log cabin on Coeur D’Alene Lake in North Idaho. Uptic Studios considered the combined occupancy of two families, providing separate spaces for privacy and common rooms that bring everyone together comfortably under one roof. The resulting 3,000-square-foot space nestles into the site overlooking the lake. A delicate balance of natural materials and custom amenities fill the interior spaces with stunning views of the lake from almost every angle. The whole project was featured in Jan/Feb issue of Design Bureau Magazine. See the story here: http://www.wearedesignbureau.com/projects/cliff-family-robinson/
Penza Bailey Architects
Penza Bailey Architects was contacted to update the main house to suit the next generation of owners, and also expand and renovate the guest apartment. The renovations included a new mudroom and playroom to accommodate the couple and their three very active boys, creating workstations for the boys’ various activities, and renovating several bathrooms. The awkwardly tall vaulted ceilings in the existing great room and dining room were scaled down with lowered tray ceilings, and a new fireplace focal point wall was incorporated in the great room. In addition to the renovations to the focal point of the home, the Owner’s pride and joy includes the new billiard room, transformed from an underutilized living room. The main feature is a full wall of custom cabinetry that hides an electronically secure liquor display that rises out of the cabinet at the push of an iPhone button. In an unexpected request, a new grilling area was designed to accommodate the owner’s gas grill, charcoal grill and smoker for more cooking and entertaining options. This home is definitely ready to accommodate a new generation of hosting social gatherings. Mitch Allen Photography
A large bunk room with four queen size beds and four twin size beds means plenty of space for visiting family and friends. High windows fill the space with natural light. Photos: Jon M Photography
Sheila Rich Interiors, LLC
This whimiscal series of prints featuring a vintage perspective of shoes and purses fits perfectly into this young girl's bedroom and can grow with her through the years. The prints add color and interest without distracting from the rest of the room.
Guided Home Design
Joe Cotitta Epic Photography email@example.com: Builder: Eagle Luxury Property
Joe Coulson photos, renew properties construction