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32 file(s) - Uploaded by: frenzy_with_idea...
Created: Nov 12, 2010 | Flag
Total Ratings: 8
Photos of my licensed quality rated child care home. I provide professional care for children from 6 weeks to school age. Rural area just outside of our community.
8 file(s) - Uploaded by: olivesmom
Created: Jan 30, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 39
This once was supposed to be a formal dining area...Now it is a often used space by my children...( who seem to take over every area in our house!)
7 file(s) - Uploaded by: glacierc
Created: Apr 16, 2010 | Flag
Total Ratings: 8
I designed this playroom to maximize organization and storage of toys while still providing a large open space for the kids to play. The space also needed to be gender neutral since I have a son and a daughter. Functionality is key in a playroom. There are so many things that need to happen in a playroom. This room provides a space for toys, art, TV, sleepovers, and creative play. I designed the cable art system and had my husband build it for me. I wanted somewhere to display photos of the kids playing but allowed the photos to be easily changed as they grow.
12 file(s) - Uploaded by: gabrielle73
Created: Nov 28, 2010 | Flag
Total Ratings: 3
Instead of having toys all over the family room, we converted our spare bedroom into a playroom for our 2 year old daughter. I didn't want to paint again, so I left the white walls and the black trim which I don't think is that noticeable - and besides, it matches the TV. I am still not finished, but have tried to decorate the room around the colors in the kitchen. I am thinking about putting one of those cables on the wall with the kitchen to hang her artwork. Please let me know what you think.
6 file(s) - Uploaded by: Gracekimdesign
Created: Aug 28, 2013 | Flag
Total Ratings: 19
When we moved to our new house almost 2 years ago, we knew our daughter then almost 2 year old soon would need fun, happy and child-friendly playroom so that her friends from new neighborhood can also enjoy in comfortable, safe and inviting environment.
Before she was born, we owned Morish Tile Rug in clementine/ivory from Pottery Barn and we liked the happy chic color, pattern and comfy texture. Also, we would always get great compliments from our friends and family. It was perfect inspiration start off with.
We had our challenges though. Previous owner of our house transformed this room from a garage to a den. If you were to enter this room, you had to go down a step from livingroom. We wanted to provide hassle free passage way for young little feet. Frequent visits from one room to another should be effortless. Thanks to my father-in-law, a carpenter, he put together brand new oak flooring to match the floor level to living room for safe access and gave fresh paint(Behr, Herbal Mist) to walls so it's bright and inviting.
We are really satisfied that the room is now an age appropriate, colorful and fun space for our 3 year old daughter where she gets to learn, play and inspired every single day.
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Photos by Grace Kim Design
I have a patio that has been enclosed and turned into an AZ room. It has french doors that lead to my family room, a door leading outside, and a door at the other end to get into our bedroom. It is so long and skinny that I'm not sure what to do with it. I have an 18 month old and so I've been using it as kind of a playroom/ extra tv room and guest room when needed (hence the futon). The problem is that you can see right into it from the family room and it is a passage way to get out to the back yard, so I'd like to spruce it up and make it a lot cuter but I'm not sure what to do with it! I'd like to make it a fun playroom that still matches the rest of our house since everyone will be seeing it.