The large sectional grounds the design of this living room by adding a deep shade of blue to the room. The natural walls, area rug and ceiling keep the room looking bright and spacious. A kid's play table is centered in the room for a fun and interactive family set up.
Two purple wicker chairs are arranged on either side of a white child-sized play table in a this lavender room. Two shelves beneath the tabletop allow plenty of room for toy storage. White beadboard breaks up the purple wall color and adds a touch of cottage charm.
This space off the kitchen is where the family's kids often play when dinner is being made. So furnishings are durable and kid-friendly (and plenty stylish!), like the no-sharp-corners ottoman coffee table.
With a dad that plays professional baseball, it's no wonder the kids love it too. This fun, rustic playroom has plenty of floor space for playing, table space for creating and storage space for hiding toys.
End tables with metal legs are an excellent choice for rooms occupied by pets, especially teething puppies. For a kid-friendly touch, stick with rounded tables. Without the sharp corners found in square or rectangular tables, round tables are safer for kids to play around.
A black chalkboard accent wall invites kids to draw and play in this bright and colorful, contemporary Kid's room. A big white table leaves more than enough room for building lego creations while a white cubby shelf keeps the young artists organized.
This fresh family home is a space where everyone wants to hang out. In the living room, a children's play area includes a kid-sized activity table and a whimsical childs' teepee. White walls throughout the house form a neutral backdrop for colorful accessories.
This low-ceiling basement space in a 1920s Colonial is now a lively children’s workspace. Artwork—hung from Ikea picture rails and curtain rods with clips—fills the room with vibrant color. In this electronics-free zone, the kids paint, draw and play games at their white craft table.
Create a fun space for kids to play in with low seating, round tables and color schemes they can grow into. This room was transformed for kids using punchy earth tones in shades of burnt orange and grassy greens.
The homeowners wanted a space where their grandkids could let go and be kids, so designers added a playroom with a great library of books and a giant LEGO wall. A small table gives the kids a place to play, while storage bins anchored to the walls keep the toys organized.