20 Stylish and Kid-Friendly Spaces

So far this month we've talked about taming toys, curbing kids' clutter, and stylish storage bins, but what about how real families incorporate their children's things into their homes? For those parents who don't want to relegate their children's play things to the bedrooms or aren't lucky enough to have a designated 'play room', here are twenty stylish spaces that make room for the kids too:

Row One:
1. The Ryan Family Oeuf NYC via Milk Magazine
2. Z for Two via Dwell
3. Oh Dear Drea
4. A Lovely Lark
5. Vivien Weyrauch & Fabian Rottger via Frende von Freunden

Row Two:
6. Making it Lovely
7. Joel & McKenzie's Loft via Apartment Therapy
8. Happiness is Eva
9. Lovely Design
10. Whimsy & Spice via Design Sponge

Row Three:
11. Dear Baby
12. Z for Two via Dwell
13. Young House Love
14. Daniel Farmer via Sarah Kaye Representation
15. Vivien Weyrauch & Fabian Rottger via Frende von Freunden

Row Four:
16. Marie & Nick's Ranch via Apartment Therapy
17. Linda & Niklas' Brick Villa via Hus & Hem
18.Caitlin Wilson via Design Sponge
19. Oh Joy
20. Caitlin Wilson via Design Sponge

I love that these are all well-designed, thoughtful spaces where both adults and kids can live happily together. What are your thoughts on children's toys? Do you allow them in your main living space or does bedroom/playroom only work best for your family?

If this topic hits home for you, here are a few other posts you may enjoy:
Toys in the Bedroom or Living Room (or Both)?
Integrating Children Into Your Decor
When Your Living Room is Your Play Room
Incorporating Children into Decor on the Set of Parenthood
Taming Toys: A Fresh Start for 2013

(Images: as linked)

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Lauren is a writer, DIYer, and Etsy addict living with her family in her tiny work-in-progress home in Pennsylvania. When not blogging, she can usually be found chasing around one very spirited little three-year-old and snuggling her new baby girl.

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