A collection of smart toys that encourage early learning including an app-enabled ball and an iPad game system that allows a small child to play with real world objects and get feedback from a digital app sit on the shelves of the nursery's bookcase.
Strategically placed adjustable wall shelves from Organized Living's freedomRail home organization system take advantage of every nook and corner of an odd-shaped closet to provide smart, organized toy storage. Stacks of games and larger toys sit on designated shelves, while labeled pull-out bins on other shelves store collections of smaller toys.
Once an empty wall, this side of the room now showcases the kiddo's toy collection! To create this piece, Little Crown Interiors founder Naomi Alon sourced the Kubist Dresser from ModShop and then added a custom "snake" bookcase on top. When set against the blue walls, the bookshelf positively pops!
Compared to his sisters' rooms, this boy's room was cooler in tone with slate wall covering, gray wall paint and shades of blue decor. Acrylic cubes and shelves display the toy car collection in a modern and unique aesthetic. The acrylic finish does not distract from the wall covering behind and creates a playful "floating" look.
For this city nursery designed by Interior Design Fair, a large armoire with sliding pine doors and open shelves on each side provides flexible toy storage. Wire baskets hold smaller stuffed animals, fabric bins provide a home for larger toys, and woven baskets currently storing cloth diapers and receiving blankets can transition to hold collections of small toys as the child grows.
In this conference room, designers have highlighted the industrial design of this building by adding metal shelving and lighting and a modern table. Personality and warmth are added to this space by the collection of classic toys and records on the shelves.
Basic white shelves are a perfect platform for showcasing a beautifully curated collection of toys, art, even a houseplant. The fact that enough space is left between items to really see them keeps the wall from feeling cluttered.
Trunk-style coffee tables are not only stylish, but provide practical storage for toys, extra throws and pillows, a movie collection and anything that needs to be stored for a busy family. This rustic trunk-style coffee table is an easy build, but the result will have your friends thinking you're a pro woodworker!
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.
This adorable kid’s closet was designed with California Closets’ adjustable shelving, so it can grow with the child. When the child is young, everything is placed low and open for easy access. While this “Princess Closet” features feminine pastel clothes and toys, note that the shelving and flooring are neutral, so any age, taste or gender can be accommodated. The closet was featured in the 2009 Somerset Collection Showhome and built by Custom Homes by Derocher.
In this space, designers have created a nursery/playroom combination for the homeowners. Beautiful wood doors that are original to the home open to reveal an elegant nursery on the other side of the play space. The walls in the two spaces have been clothed in a unique, teal color, creating a bold space for the kids to enjoy. On floating shelves, an extensive collection of children's books awaits reading hour, while woven baskets provide a stylish place for toy storage.