Kids

A Sliding Whiteboard Is A Key Feature Of This Shelving Unit Designed For Kids

A Sliding Whiteboard Is A Key Feature Of This Shelving Unit Designed For Kids

LIFE CREATOR Design Co. has designed an apartment for a family with two children, and included in the interior, is a custom wall designed with the children in mind.

Located along one wall in the living room/music room, is a wall of shelving. Some of the shelving is dedicated to open boxes filled with decorative items, other areas are drawers for hidden storage and a specially designed section for displaying frequently read books.

A modern shelving unit with open storage, drawers, book displays, whiteboard walls, and a hidden tv.

The shelving unit also includes two sliding whiteboard walls that can be moved to reveal the television. At the end of the unit, there’s a small desk area.

A modern shelving unit with open storage, drawers, book displays, whiteboard walls, and a hidden tv.
A modern shelving unit with open storage, drawers, book displays, whiteboard walls, and a hidden tv.

Opposite the shelving unit is a wood door decorated with white-framed colorful houses that act as wall art and a place to pin photos and drawings.

A wood door decorated with white-framed colorful houses that act as wall art and a place to pin photos and drawings.

Colorful accent walls are used throughout the home, like in the living room, dining room, and bedrooms.

A simple bedroom with a light blue accent walls.

Each of the bedrooms also include hardware-free built-in closets with a desk.

A simple bedroom with minimalist closets and a built-in desk area.

Seating Nooks Were Built Into A Wall Of Shelving In This Kid’s Playroom

Seating Nooks Were Built Into A Wall Of Shelving In This Kid’s Playroom

Architecture, interiors, and furniture firm Eisner Design have completed the renovation of a basement and transformed it into a fun modern kid’s playroom.

The 2000 square foot (185 sqm) space includes a variety of different areas, each with its own function, and with a simple color palette of white and gray.

A wall of storage with square shelves provides plenty of storage for the playroom, while bright and colorful seating nooks are lined with padded cushions.

A wall of storage with square shelves provides plenty of storage for the space, while bright and colorful seating nooks are lined with padded cushions.

The central area of the playroom includes upholstered play equipment with a variety of shapes, allowing the children to build and play freely. A children’s hammock tree has been created on a column and uses steel hammock braces.

The central area of this modern playroom includes upholstered play equipment with a variety of shapes, allowing the children to build and play freely. A children's hammock tree has been created on a column, and uses steel hammock braces.

There’s also a foam pit area that’s defined by an upholstered low wall with a curved shape. This low wall encloses the foam pieces, which act as a soft area to land, should a child fall or jump from the rock climbing wall or monkey bar.

This modern kid's playroom in a basement includes a foam pit area that's defined by a upholstered low wall with a curved shape. This low wall encloses the foam pieces, which act as a soft area to land, should a child fall or jump from the rock climbing wall or monkey bar.

A two-tiered loft space with a netted area was designed as a place for hanging out or for sleepover parties. Additional storage space can be found underneath the lower level.

A two-tiered loft space with a netted area was designed as a place for hanging out or for sleepover parties. Additional storage space can be found underneath the lower level.

The adults in the home aren’t forgotten either, with a bar area that includes wine storage. The bar cabinetry has a white lacquer finish, while the white Caesarstone countertop complements the white resin floors.

This modern basement bar includes cabinetry has a white lacquer finish, while the white Caesarstone countertop complements the white resin floors.

The basement also includes a bathroom that features design elements like small penny tiles, a translucent glass shower screen with clear circular windows, and a round vanity mirror with integrated lighting.

A basement bathroom that features design elements like small penny tiles, a translucent glass shower screen with clear circular windows, and a round vanity mirror with integrated lighting.
Design: Eisner Design | Design team: Joe Eisner and Rosanna Lee

A Small Black A-Frame Cabin With A Wood Interior Was Designed As A Hideout For Two Kids And Their Friends

A Small Black A-Frame Cabin With A Wood Interior Was Designed As A Hideout For Two Kids And Their Friends

Crump Architects has designed a small A-framed cabin for two boys and their neighborhood friends

The ‘hideout’ is surrounded by Australian bushland and is positioned between a gum tree on one side and a hill on the other.

The architects explain that the cabin was largely built from recycled materials, including a recently demolished carport, and was an exercise in getting the most – from as little as possible.

A small and modern A-framed cabin with black metal roofing and a wood interior.

Materials like black metal roofing, plywood and celery top timber offcuts, recycled doors, and odd half bags of insulation, have all been used in the construction of the cabin.

A glazed facade captures the sun and view, while a recycled timber door pops out from the roof form, allowing access to the tree trunk and summer breeze.

A small and modern wood-lined A-framed cabin with walls of windows at each end.
A small and modern wood-lined A-framed cabin with walls of windows at each end.

Lined in Baltic Pine, the interior includes a sitting space and floating daybed for two, a fireplace, and a lofted area to climb and nap.

A small and modern wood-lined A-framed cabin with walls of windows at each end.
A small and modern wood-lined A-framed cabin with a sleeping area and lofted space.
A small and modern wood-lined A-framed cabin with a sleeping area and lofted space.
Photographer: Andrew Knott

Having This Kids Bedroom Furniture Built-In Was A Good Way To Maximize Play Space

Having This Kids Bedroom Furniture Built-In Was A Good Way To Maximize Play Space

London-based architecture and design studio Outpost, has designed the remodel and extension of a London house, and as part of the project, they created a pair of kids bedrooms that have built-in furniture.

Each bedroom has a custom-designed bed that’s been tucked into one end of the room, creating an open play area that’s softened by the use of a modern rug.

This modern kids bedroom has a built-it bed that's been tucked into one end of the room, creating an open play area that's softened by the use of a modern rug, and includes storage in the form of a closet and bookshelf. #KidsBedroom #ModernKidsBed #BuiltInBed #Interiors #BedroomDesign

Built-in storage, like a closet and open shelving, has also been included in the design of the room, making use of the small awkward spaces.

This modern kids bedroom has a built-it bed that's been tucked into one end of the room, creating an open play area that's softened by the use of a modern rug, and includes storage in the form of a closet and bookshelf. #KidsBedroom #ModernKidsBed #BuiltInBed #Interiors #BedroomDesign

Another interesting design detail in this kid’s bedroom is the use of a round window, where instead of trying to find a curtain or blind to cover the window, the designers created an upholstered circular cushion with a handle that can easily fit into the window frame, blocking out the light.

An interesting design detail in this kids bedroom is the use of a round window. Instead of trying to find a curtain or blind to cover the window, the designers created an upholstered circular cushion with a handle that can easily fit into the window frame, blocking out the light. #RoundWindow #CircularWindow #RoundWindowCovering #InteriorDesign #Interiors #KidsBedroom
Photography © Paul Dixon

A Kids Play Area With A Ball Pit Was Designed For The Empty Space Under These Stairs

A Kids Play Area With A Ball Pit Was Designed For The Empty Space Under These Stairs

In an Japanese kindergarten designed by HIBINOSEKKEI + Youji no Shiro + KIDS DESIGN LABO, there’s a centrally located staircase that has a play area tucked neatly under it.

Located under the lower half of the stairs is a wood-framed area that’s home to a small ball pit. Normally this space would be left unused, but the designers created a wood frame that follows the line of the stairs.

Located underneath the lower half of these kindergarten stairs is a wood framed area that's home to kids play area with a small ball pit. #KidsPlayArea #UnderStairDesign #KidsBallPit #InteriorDesign

Within the wood frame is a play area featuring a ball pit filled with smooth wood balls that complement the surroundings. The wood surface surrounding the ball pit is also the perfect height for small children to sit and chat.

Located underneath the lower half of these kindergarten stairs is a wood framed area that's home to kids play area with a small ball pit. #KidsPlayArea #UnderStairDesign #KidsBallPit #InteriorDesign
Photography by Toshinari Soga (studio BAUHAUS) | Design: HIBINOSEKKEI + Youji no Shiro + KIDS DESIGN LABO

The Beds In This Kids Bedroom Are Built Into The Wall Behind The Desks

The Beds In This Kids Bedroom Are Built Into The Wall Behind The Desks

As part of a small apartment interior for a family in Turin, Italy, POINT Architecture designed a children’s bedroom that features built-in beds and desks.

The shared kid’s bedroom has two beds that are nestled into the wall behind the built-in desks, with the desktop forming part of the stairs to reach the beds. The sleeping niche is highlighted with yellow, while above, white cabinets provide storage, and safety screens double as a chalkboard for the children to draw on.

This modern shared kid's bedroom has two beds that are nestled behind the built-in desks, with the desktop forming part of the stairs to reach the beds. The sleeping niche is highlighted with yellow, while above, white cabinets provide storage, and safety screens double as a chalk board for the children to draw on. #KidsBedroom #SharedBedroom #BedroomIdeas #BuiltInBeds #BuiltInDesks

Adjacent to the built-in beds and desks is a tall door that doubles as a window, while on the opposite wall there’s a closet, a bookshelf, a wood bench, and a wall mural made from colorful triangles.

This modern shared kid's bedroom has built-in beds and desks, as well as plenty of storage, a bookshelf, a wood bench, and a wall mural. #SharedKidsRoom #KidsBedroom #BuiltInBed #BedroomDesign #BuiltInDesk
Photography by Enrico Muraro | Design by POINT Architecture

This Kids Bedroom With A Lofted Play Space, Climbing Gym, And Built-In Desk Will Make Their Friends Jealous

This Kids Bedroom With A Lofted Play Space, Climbing Gym, And Built-In Desk Will Make Their Friends Jealous

A climbing gym in a kids bedroom, like this one from design studio YODEZEEN, is a great idea if you have children with a lot of energy.

Located in an apartment in Ukraine, the bold blue and wood bedroom has a contrasting white climbing gym and workout equipment that lines the wall and travels up onto the ceiling. The monkey bars connect to ladder that’s used to reach the lofted play space.

A modern kids bedroom that includes a climbing gym, a built-in bed, storage, a homework station, and a lofted play space.

On the opposite wall, the built-in furniture includes storage, a bed, and a homework station.

The upper-level play space has grey padded walls and ceiling, while a railing with nets protects anyone from falling.

A kids bedroom with a climbing gym, homework station, and a lofted play space.
Design: YODEZEEN Design Studio – Team: Artur Sharf, Artem Zverev, Alesia Riamova, Anya Tarabanova, and Gleb Brizhanov

A Loft Bed Makes This Kid’s Bedroom A Fun Place To Hang Out

A Loft Bed Makes This Kid’s Bedroom A Fun Place To Hang Out

A loft bed is one way of creating extra space in a bedroom, so when they were designing this kid’s bedroom, interiors firm Ward 5 Design did just that.

The bedroom was designed as a part of an apartment for a family in New York, who made a last-minute move from the suburbs to the city, which only gave the designers a 2-week window to design and furnish the entire home.

As a result, this teen boy’s bedroom was created with a large iron loft bed that’s mounted to the walls and has a ceiling support. This allowed the floor to be used as a relaxing space with bean bags and a soft rug.

A teen bedroom with a loft bed.

Pops of colors atop the black and white furnishings created a sophisticated, yet playful look, while a black ladder mounted to the wall provides access to the loft bed.

A wall mounted ladder provides access to a loft bed.
Photography by Pixy Lau | Interior Design: Ward 5 Design

A Fun Kids Bedroom With A Loft Bed And Rock Climbing Wall

A Fun Kids Bedroom With A Loft Bed And Rock Climbing Wall

Walker Warner Architects together with interior designer Nicole Hollis completed a modern house in California, and included as part of the interior, is a fun kids bedroom.

The bedroom features a loft bed that hangs from the ceiling and is attached to the wall. A custom ladder creates a sturdy way of climbing up to the bed.

A fun kids bedroom with a bed hanging from the ceiling.

Adjacent to the bed is a mini basketball hoop, a secondary lofted area for relaxing, as well as a rock climbing wall and a desk. By having the bed lofted, it creates an open play space on the floor, that’s been furnished with a soft rug and a bean bag.

A fun kids bedroom with a rock climbing wall.
Photography by Laure Joliet | Architecture: Walker Warner Architects (Principal: Brooks Walker, Senior Technical Architect: Anne Griffes, Project Managers: John Davis, Brian Lang, Architectural Staff: Anja Hämäläinen, Klara Kevane, Brian Friel) | Interior Design: Nicole Hollis | Builder: Van Acker Construction

Staircases, Storage, And A Play Nook Create A World Of Adventure In This Kids Bedroom

Staircases, Storage, And A Play Nook Create A World Of Adventure In This Kids Bedroom

When design firm Creative Union Network was completing the renovation of a loft apartment in Toronto, Canada, they designed this fun children’s bedroom.

The bedroom, designed for two young children, includes multiple levels and different play spaces.

The bedroom also includes two beds, one on an upper level that’s accessed via a small staircase, while the other is on the lower level with storage located underneath.

A small nook tucked underneath the upper bed provides a quiet space for play, while the upper bed can also be accessed by a secondary small staircase that wraps around a concrete column.

Photography by Riley Snelling | Design: Creative Union Network