Eden Prairie HomeTransitional Kids, Minneapolis
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Let’s get some relief! While decor matters to respondents, functionality is also a priority in the children’s rooms. Seventy-one percent said they want to create a space that is easy to clean/maintain, 64 percent want a functional setup, and 47 percent prioritize using durable materials. Only 1 in 5 respondents prioritize using nontoxic products. Popular storage solutions include bookshelves and toy boxes. The survey was fielded in July 2017 and includes responses from more than 200 U.S. Houzz users. Read more about the results.MoreData Watch: Renovation Firms Have Backlogs, Houzz Research ShowsData Watch: Optimism Remains High Across Home Renovation SectorsShop for children’s products
7. Create clever toy storage. This low and practical shelving unit has plenty of baskets in easy reach for busy toddlers, to encourage them to tidy up their toys after play. The natural woven baskets are soft on little hands, and their nubby weave makes them easy to grab and throw toys into. The unit is not bright or “fun,” but let’s face it, not every element in a child’s room has to be colorful for it to get a thumbs-up from the kids.