New Kidspace Idea Book

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Taunton Press, 2005 - House & Home - 153 pages
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The New Kidspace Idea Book presents fresh and fun ideas for designing a child's room that will also solve parents' space and storage problems. The new book complements the original with 100 percent new photographs showing completely new ideas for bedrooms, playrooms, bathrooms, and outdoor spaces. Topics include tailoring designs to suit the interests of the individual child, customizing a plain room, making the most of unusual spaces, adapting spaces to children's changing needs, and creating safe spaces for active play. Shared rooms, storage solutions, and what to do with computers and televisions are all treated. The book's simple and accessible approach emphasizes quick fixes involving paint and off-the-shelf products, weekend projects that kids can take part in, and makeovers as children grow older. New Kidspace Idea Book is written for parents but will spark kids' own creative ideas too.
  

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Jordan is senior contributing editor for Professional Remodeler. She is a former vice president for Hanley-Wood, Inc., and was editor-in-chief of Remodeling, a magazine she launched for Hanley-Wood in 1985.

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