Custom Home Belmont MATraditional Kids, Boston
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What Houzz contributors are saying:
Make a secret passageway, with a twist. The closet on the right provides the depth for the opening on the left. Though a floor-to-ceiling bookcase is beneficial in a kid’s room, it’s also nice to know you can keep some special things out of little hands and let the kids focus on hide-and-seek.
8. Put spare cupboards and awkward spaces to use. Kids love small spaces, so if you have a cupboard, closet or nook that is not being used, try converting it to play space. Put a few toys inside, cover it with a curtain or just empty it out and let your child find his or her own way to use it.