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This handsome piece of furniture hides all your home's dirty laundry without screaming "hamper!" I also like that there's space on top to hold detergent or fold clothes after they've been washed.
This cute and cozy loveseat will look modern smashing in a child's room, a playroom, or anywhere else in your contemporary home while fitting right in with the decor. Many interior upholstery colors are available.
If installed in my son's bathroom, I am fairly certain I would take the title as the coolest mom ever.
Customize kids' rooms with these hand-painted wood name banners. I think these are especially great for kids who have unique names that they can't typically find on other kids' items. The wooden tiles are made out of 100-percent-reclaimed and chemical-free wood. The acrylic paints are sealed with a...
I have champagne tastes on a tap water budget, so it makes sense that I'm absolutely mad for this pricey-but-precious Hermès bedding set from PoshTots.
The only word for this is "tree-mendous." It's sculptural art right in your kids' bedroom — and it's functional too. Shawn Soh did a beautiful job designing this.
Labeling storage bins, jars and other compartments helps children learn how to sort items and keep organized. A label maker is practical, but I love the look of these reusable chalkboard labels.
We've been really impressed by how far ceramic tile has come in creating authentic looking wood finishes. The consistency of tile with a wood look, great over radiant heat or in a warmer climate.
I'm all about clearing out the cluttered mess that makes up my cabinets, and these nifty wall-mounted dispensers could do just that. I envision them replacing my canisters for flour and sugar and freeing up some valuable counter space.
A cozy spot to curl up and read books or draw is a must for an inspiring kid's room. I love the idea of a traditional, grown-up chair re-sized just for the kiddos.
This daybed would be a fun and playful choice for a playroom. The platform design would enable children to climb up on all sides, and the ice box–inspired storage design is a perfect place to store toys.
Designed to reduce energy costs dramatically, the U-Socket's 5-star energy efficient design auto-senses the required wattage and only outputs full power if something is connected. This USA-made product can also be installed by the do-it-yourselfer!
I want this in a bad way. If you have children, you have stuff — and a lot of it. These are a perfect catch-all for book bags, coats, gloves, sports pieces and anything else that makes its way into the house. I love the idea of having a place to put stuff the minute you walk in the door.
Give your daughter the gift of comfort and make her feel like a princess with this chenille wingback chair. It's perfect for every little girl.
For a traditional nautical-infused child's room, consider finishing touches like this striped throw pillow. These bold stripes can stand on their own or pair beautifully with other colors and patterns. Ahoy.
This chalkboard organizer is so customizable. The amount of pockets can be specified, so if you want a bigger writing space in the middle, you've got it. Otherwise, the individual spaces for bills, magazines and all the other cluttered papers make it easy to sort and separate.
When I saw this piece featured in Sheryl Crow's home in a magazine, it confirmed that indeed sectionals can be elegant and glamorous.
A Ginebra Sofa
Nothing says "beach" better than a surfing girl! This cool wall decal is easy to apply, and it is an affordable alternative to a custom paint job. It's a great accent piece for any room.
I always am guilty of using sofa arms as a place to rest my coffee mugs and plates, and I know that food rings are not the best look. This slim side table not only remedies this issue, but it also adds a nice material change to the sofa's upholstery.
Okay, how gorgeous is this capiz-shell pendant? You'd never want it in the family room with Junior and his lightsaber, but in the bedroom? Perfection! The soft glow and even softer price will lull you into dreamland.
These colored lazy susans offer a vintage flair to playroom storage. Use these spinning wonders to organize art supplies, hair clips, and anything in between.
Remember how you used to slide down the bannisters as a kid? Well, this rad, vintage-y sofa gives you a great grown up reason to be a kid again- those swooped arms will provide hours of fun. With stylish button accents and a rich espresso base, it looks pretty fly too.
Bannister Apt. Size Sofa
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A light gray-blue on the walls will keep the room feeling light and happy, but is a more kid-friendly option than bright white.
Everyone needs a swing IN the house. This trumps a slide any day, and it will add hours of fun during those cold winter months.
Many Houzz participants have bemoaned that their children won't for the life of them study at a desk. After a full day of sitting upright, it can be healthy to think in a more . . . prone position. Which is why we love this floor pillow. More sprawling and versatile than a simple bean bag, your...
This bookshelf does it all. Use the Expedit as a room divider, closet organizer, or, you know, for housing a collection of books. The cubbies are also the perfect size for storing vinyl records.
This is so much cooler than the boring goldfish bowl I had as a kid. This fish hotel is only $25.00, so if you want to get super-fancy, buy two. They are stackable, which means the bottom one can be the lobby and the top one can be a Randy Gerber V.I.P. bar called SkyWater.
This says lounge! I can picture a family of five seated comfortably and munching on popcorn for movie night.
This modular icon by Patricia Urquiola has become a cool home mainstay. Mix colors, materials and orientations to create the sofa of your dreams.
Chesterfield sofas are deep, tufted sofas with arms and back of the same height. This is actually an Old Hickory sofa and not exactly a Chesterfield, but it's a similar effect and would bring some country estate elegance to a contemporary room.
This sofa by Weiman Preview is based on a midcentury design by Vladimir Kagen, updated with his permission.
If you have the space, you can add a chaise to one end of the sectional. I'm sure everyone will be clamoring to get this seat!
Good manners are very important in my home. My husband and I intend to teach our children to be polite, respectful and grateful. This print reminds kids of the things they must and must not do while also reminding them of the most important thing of all: a mother's love.