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from This Old House

A Bath That's Classic Yet Kid-Friendly

Open shelves neatly stow towels and toiletries within easy reach without adding another door swing to the room. | Photo: Mark Lund

from Parents

7 Kid-Friendly Bathroom Ideas

Make it easier for them to brush with shelves that keep supplies within reach. To make: Remove the lid of a wooden box. Use a 5⁄8-inch bit to drill a hole on one long edge, one inch from the left corner. Smooth with sandpaper. Paint the inside of the box with acrylic paint; let dry. Stamp on your child’s name; let dry. Apply two coats of spray varnish over the paint to seal. Fox and hedgehog toothbrush covers, $3 each; Monster dental floss, $4 each;

from Homepolish

Family-Friendly in Evanston

This family home was decked out with decor, furniture and a considered color palette that worked with existing pieces. "Kid-friendly" was at the top of the priority list as observed by swing hanging from the ceiling. Tour the space with tips from our designer Megan!

from Babble

10 Clever Ways to Organize Your Toddler's Toys

I like the look of this for living room/keeping room toy/book storage... not sure hubs will go for it though and it's not super kid friendly.

from Refresh Living

DIY Storage Bench with IKEA Shelf

I’m on a mission to turn our small, dark basement into an inviting kid-friendly playroom.  Oh, how I wish I had a before picture of this basement when we first moved into the house.  It had an unfinished concrete floor, no doors leading into the cavernous storage rooms, and a collapsing shelving unit in the…