To create flexibility in the children's area, a sliding door subdivides the space for nighttime and nap time, creating two separate bedroom spaces, each with its own entrance. During the day, though, parents can keep the space open, creating a great big playroom for the kids.
Create a designated spot outside for kids by turning dead space corners into low-slung activity spots. Keep things versatile with maintenance-free stackable play tables and indoor-outdoor cushions for comfy seating on the ground.
This work space area offers a place for the Fuchs children to do their homework on the floating desk suspended by steel cables. Before the renovation, this area was the kitchen, as seen on Fixer Upper.
Bright, textured chairs and a mural make a hangout space the energetic spot it deserves to be for kids and teens. The modern lounge chairs and sofa table have softened and curved edges. The spiraling hoops on the chandelier are eye-catching and fit with the circular elements in the mural and seating. The room by Jo Rabaut Designs, Southface and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta was in a Southeastern Designer Showhouse.
This corner of the family room was made for entertaining the little ones with books and toys. The daughters are fun-loving, creative and artistic, so the designers wanted to give them a vibrant space that incorporated just the right amount of color, pattern and natural texture.
A world map accent wall serves as the focal point of this kid's play space. White built-ins with colorful cabinet fronts complement the colors in the world map and provide storage space for toys and trinkets. Mod chairs offer comfortable seating.
With an abundance of windows offering ample natural light, the corner of this kid's bedroom is a dedicated work and play space. A world map accent wall adds a fun pop of color and interest to the room.
This bold and exciting gathering space in HGTV Smart Home 2014 is packed with comfort and style. The vibrant blue can also be found downstairs on the kitchen cabinets. Blue piping detail lines the plush white sleeper sofa for an elegant look.
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.
This transformation of a low ceiling basement space in a 1920s Colonial primary focus was to create a studio. Designer Justine Sterling gave the space a fresh, contemporary update and included a place for the kids to read.
Coordinating lime green and white file cabinets pop out against the cream walls in this modern teen bedroom. A personalized decal rests above the desk and below the shelving unit to declare the owner of the space.