These spaces have features that will be great for toddlers to teens
Young children and teenagers will find a hidden desk like this custom oak one designed by Susanna Cots Interior Design a fun and functional spot for a drawing session or some quiet evening homework. The platform bed also features multiple drawers as well as a second pullout bed on the ground level for optimal use of space.
A “cloffice” like this one designed by Kathy Corbet Interiors allows for extra square footage to create a space for watching movies with friends.
The kid-friendly features of this bathroom by Chic Redesign are more subtle: adjustable mirrors are angled down; a shelf can hold a storage basket or a step stool; and self-closing drawers ensure safe fingers.
Carlos Rodríguez Infanzón transformed this 6-foot-by-8-foot “glorified closet” into a customized media room/playroom with a murphy bed, built-in desk, shelving, and bench seating. Because of the level of customization seen in this space, Infanzón says it’s critical to use a very good woodworker who will understand and appreciate all the intricacies of such a project.