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from This Old House

A Bath That's Classic Yet Kid-Friendly

Open shelves neatly stow towels and toiletries within easy reach without adding another door swing to the room. | Photo: Mark Lund

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from Parents

7 Kid-Friendly Bathroom Ideas

Make it easier for them to brush with shelves that keep supplies within reach. To make: Remove the lid of a wooden box. Use a 5⁄8-inch bit to drill a hole on one long edge, one inch from the left corner. Smooth with sandpaper. Paint the inside of the box with acrylic paint; let dry. Stamp on your child’s name; let dry. Apply two coats of spray varnish over the paint to seal. Fox and hedgehog toothbrush covers, $3 each; kikkerland.com. Monster dental floss, $4 each; containerstore.com

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from Homepolish

Family-Friendly in Evanston

This family home was decked out with decor, furniture and a considered color palette that worked with existing pieces. "Kid-friendly" was at the top of the priority list as observed by swing hanging from the ceiling. Tour the space with tips from our designer Megan!

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from Refresh Living

DIY Storage Bench with IKEA Shelf

I’m on a mission to turn our small, dark basement into an inviting kid-friendly playroom.  Oh, how I wish I had a before picture of this basement when we first moved into the house.  It had an unfinished concrete floor, no doors leading into the cavernous storage rooms, and a collapsing shelving unit in the…

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from Babble

10 Clever Ways to Organize Your Toddler's Toys

I like the look of this for living room/keeping room toy/book storage... not sure hubs will go for it though and it's not super kid friendly.

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from Country Living

17 Super Smart Ways to Keep Toys Organized

Keep your yard clutter-free by placing bins with adhesive chalkboard labels onto a sturdy bronze shelf.

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