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Samantha van Egmond added this to Abracadabra! 9 Ways to Create a Kid-Friendly Living AreaApr 26, 2017

9. Easy-clean surfaces. For high-traffic rooms designed for relaxing, entertaining and playtime, sturdy and washable fabrics are essential. Hard-wearing natural materials such as rattan and sisal are great for armchairs and rugs, while sofas and cushions with removable covers will make light work of cleaning up after spills.Your turn: Have you made your living area functional and fabulous for kids and adults? Share your tips in the Comments.More20 Creative and Colorful DIY Ideas for Kids’ Spaces21 Things Only People Living With Kids Will UnderstandToy Storage: Cool Places for the Kids’ Favorite Things

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Brenna Malmberg added this to Live-Edge Wood: A Natural Bridge to a Cool Blended StyleSep 19, 2016

5. Think of the occupants. Creating a fun space for hula-hooping and other activities here also meant designing with general safety in mind. Andrew Howard of Andrew Howard Interior Design chose this coffee table because its soft, sanded edges wouldn’t give anyone splinters and it has a beachy vibe.But being kid-friendly doesn’t rule out style. “The space is very organic and looks collected,” he says. “I wanted each piece to feel special and have different textures.”Coffee table: PalecekMoreLoving Wood’s Live EdgeHow to Decorate a Coffee Table

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