Muted walls with vibrant orange accents and geometric patterns make the kids’ bedroom not only fun but sophisticated and ideal for all ages. “I think it has universal appeal because it is very cute and childlike in a boy’s room, but I think this also works well as a guest room for adults,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
Swimming pools and other deep water features can pose a threat to the safety of unsupervised children but this mini rock quarry design from Kane Landscaping incorporates a waterfall and pond into the natural environment with an emphasis on shallow water. Despite appearances, the pond is only two to three inches deep and an ideal space to float boats, skim rocks or feed goldfish
These four bunk beds actually sleep six thanks to two trundle beds that pull out from the lower beds. The coastal room is very kid-friendly and is adjacent to an equally kid-friendly Jack-and-Jill bathroom.
The upper interior of this built-in china cabinet was painted black to tie in the dining chairs in a 1950s bungalow. Keeping the space kid-friendly, toys and books are stowed below––an easy distraction for little dinner guests.
Bright-colored chairs and accessories liven up this kid-friendly living space. An area rug defines the sitting area, complete with a wall-mounted TV, while a nearby bookcase offers easily accessible storage and display space.
Say hello to yellow - Look how bright and cheerful this family bathroom a child-friendly aesthetic with a fun colorful wall. The vibrant hue of yellow anchors the vintage white subway tile in the shower.
Actress Garcelle Beauvais is thrilled to be a part of HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes. The holiday makeover is a kid-friendly delight, which features six-foot-tall toy soldiers, a faux red brick fireplace, oversized ornaments and a candy cane theme tree.
Actress Garcelle Beauvais is ecstatic to be a part of HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes. The holiday makeover is a kid-friendly delight, which features six-foot-tall toy soldiers, a faux red brick fireplace, oversized ornaments, and a candy cane theme tree.
A bright yellow accent wall, green sofa, and blue chairs sets a fun and imaginative tone for this modern, colorful playroom. Gray carpet tiles are a kid-friendly alternative that are easy to clean and replace. The kids' drawings are framed and hung on the wall as the highlights of this play place.
You know Tiffani Thiessen best for her roles as Kelly Kapowski in '90s sitcom Saved by the Bell and as Valerie Malone in drama series Beverly Hills, 90210. Now, step inside her home for its festive holiday makeover. Since Tiffani's home has a rustic, open charm, designer Bobby Berk wanted to accentuate it with lots of greenery, colorful wooden animals and bulbs. He also wanted to ensure it was kid-friendly and fun for Tiffani's three-year-old daughter, Harper.
Equally appealing for parents and kids, this light-filled, Atlanta-area dining room is packed with bright color, classic style furnishings, forgiving fabrics and playful moments of pause. Its lead color, a carefully chosen spring green, is gender neutral and befitting of all age groups.
A midcentury bench is a fun, unexpected element to this breakfast nook, allowing the littlest members of the family to squish together. A geode-inspired print with pops of yellow anchors the wall, as well as complements the area rug below.