On the opposite end of the whimsical kids' room from the bunk beds, a toddler bed is nestled. Complete with its own orange teepee, this area creates a space that is perfect for big kids and little kids alike.
This light blue living area was designed for the Olson family by contestants on HGTV Design Star season four. Two children in the Olson family have special needs, so the designers built a desk area where the kids can work with their therapists.
This pint-sized entrance leads the way from the children's cove to the family room in HGTV Dream Home 2012. The "secret" children's getaway features a striped wall treatment, creating a fun colorful area for the kids to play.
Playful and contemporary, this backyard from HGTV's Going Yard is the perfect place for kids and adults. A teeter-totter is a fun element for kids, while a streamlined raised deck has an elegant dining area.
This child's white playroom area features high cabinets, a low shelf with plastic storage bins, a low table with a large roll of paper for coloring, and white Eames chairs that are just the right size for kids.
Designed to be a family room area where all the neighborhood kids will gather on movie night, this space needed to be durable and beautiful. The window seat with its easy-to-clean laminated fabric creates a cozy and sunny reading area and allows for additional movie viewing. The custom-made media cabinet hides all the kids toys, board games and AV equipment.
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.