Kid's Spaces

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Friedman/Fairfax, 2001 - House & Home - 128 pages
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From baby nurseries to teen retreats, kid's rooms offer their own challenges and opportunities for creativity. Inspiring full-color photographs, storage and organization solutions, and plenty of practical advice can help you plan the perfect bedrooms for your family. Give kids a fun bed that they'll want to crawl into, and choose furniture that can grow with them. Pick a theme - such as jungle, garden, or Wild West - and carry it through the decorations and furnishings. Incorporate areas and facilities for homework, hobbies, arts and crafts, playing, relaxing, and sleepover guests. Accommodate two or more children comfortably in a single room. You'll even find tips for making bathrooms child-friendly and for designing rooms that truly meet the needs of the whole family.

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These books offer a wealth of color photographs with plenty of suggestions and ideas. Bathrooms provides ideas on redesigning existing baths as well as converting other spaces into bathrooms ... Read full review

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