Designing your home can be challenging when you have little kids. Children are naturally playful, so they can spill drinks, break things, and more. But besides making your home more attractive, you also want to make it safe for your tots. The good news is that there are ways to make your home kid-friendly without sacrificing style.

Have an adult-only room

Let’s face it; although there are ways to style your home while making it kid-friendly, your options are limited. You may not be able to do the things that you want fully. If you have an extra room, you can turn it into an adult-only room where you can do your stuff and all the styling and decorating you want. For instance, if you work from home, you can design your home office to match your taste. You can do this in your bedroom if you don’t have an extra room. There’s no need to worry about displaying those elegant pieces, such as luxury lampshades. These sophisticated lampshades, especially the silk ones, are enough to bring style to the room. There are those with distinctive prints if you want yours to be extraordinary.

Have an area for the kids, too

Children love drawing and writing. Have a space where they can do it, so they don’t have to do so in everything they see at home. Get a huge board where they explore their creativity. Plus, it will also serve as a unique and fun decoration, displaying the kids’ artwork. Train them so they would know that’s their dedicated space where they can draw or write.

Use cordless blinds

Window blinds are chic. However, their cords are a safety risk to children. They could get strangled, which could lead to death. Go for cordless blinds to avoid this concern. You can raise or lower them by pushing a button or using a remote control. Different colours and materials are also available, so it’s a great way to style your home. Moreover, since windows take up a huge space in the rooms, the blinds you choose will significantly impact the overall look of your house.

Get a customised slipcover

As mentioned, kids could spill their drinks, and you don’t want that to happen on your lovely couch. A slipcover can help protect it from spills, as long as you choose a stain-resistant fabric that will let you conveniently wipe spills. Polyester fabric is one example. Although there are ready-made slipcovers that you can get online, they may not fit perfectly with your couch, and you’re also unsure of the quality. So, it’s best to have one customised for protection and style.

Invest in decorative storage

Kids have a lot of stuff, including toys, clothes and accessories. Storage is vital to keep things in order and prevent the house from getting messy. Some storages are also aesthetically appealing. Choose those so that they can add to the design of the home. Try incorporating these tips when decorating your space. It will keep your house child-friendly without sacrificing style.



I'm Steve Prescot, an Interior Designer living in Kansas. I am a fan of DIY, home design, gardening and anything related to home interiors and exteriors. I'm also interested in crafts and Home Improvement projects. I have been in the home design industry for more than 17 years. I love decorating and transforming spaces so that people living in them are happy and pleased with their space. Have a look around and I hope you'll like the content and ideas in this website!!

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