This kid's playroom has red carpet, red beanbags for chairs, blue walls with clouds and a corner stage with red-and-white striped curtains. A shelving unit next to the stage provides a dozen labeled storage containers for toys and games.
The kids who get to stay in this bedroom are very lucky. Each level of the bunk has its own wall-mounted TV. The kids can close the room divider curtain and make a stage on the hardwood floor. Costumes and toys can be stashed in the steamer trunk.
Clean white walls and furniture allow the vibrant orange, pink and green accents to take center stage in this modern kid's bedroom. A graphic rug and coordinating throw pillows bring movement to the space.
Playful patterns in navy, red and white take center stage in this bold red playroom. With a tent for sleepovers, a table for painting and a chalkboard for drawing, this play space is every child's dream.
Versatile solutions like this dresser from Stokke with an optional attachment for changing diapers gives you storage that can grow with your child. When your child is past the diaper stage, the soft-closing drawers can be used for storing different-sized toys. Look for dressers with low-height drawers, so little ones can help put away their toys at cleaning time.
This super-cute playhouse sits center stage in this slightly terraced backyard. Kids and adults will not be able to resist the blue playhouse with its pink elliptical door and white window boxes. Patio seating provides a place where the adults can sit and watch the kids play. A wood fence encloses the yard so none of the kiddies can wander off.
No kid's bedroom room is complete without color, and this room delivers on the color. A striped rug features different hues while orange and red take center stage in bedding and furniture. A white tulip table has two red chairs, and a bright orange armchair balances the room.
As seen on DIY Network's Rehab Addict, this girl's bedroom features much of the original wood and tile. Kid's bedrooms are very important to Nicole as she always wants to ensure that her restored homes are family friendly. She used a collection of salvaged and antique toys along with some of her son's photos and artwork to stage these rooms.