Big Ideas For Little Kid Rooms

Kid Rooms

Let’s face it, as much as you try, kid stuff ends up all over the house.  You trip over toys, stumble over school books and seem to have a bruise that just won’t go away from a middle-of-the-night Lego that your bare feet stomped right on top of.  At QualityFlooring4Less we’ve found you several ways you can turn your blah kid rooms into a young person’s paradise. There are places for all of their toys, books and media…and these all end up looking rather awesome, too!

Work hard, play hard in this study/media room.

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An orange and blue study center and media kid room.

Pre-teens will love making the most of that unused attic space! This homeowner turned his empty, dusty attic into a hangout pad for his kids, complete with their own individual desks for studying and their very own movie screen. Fun colors and a checkered rug make this room just right.

Three points for dad!

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Basketball and Dreams

What do you do when the whole house has 12-foot ceilings? Turn that hollow space into a 2-story fun house for your kid. This owner installed a great Armstrong engineered hardwood floor into his son’s bedroom and surrounded it with carpet to muffle the basketball noise. There’s a ladder to the top with a lookout and some extra storage.

Get moving and get creative.

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Climb, study, play.

This San Francisco home boasts a back room that was being used for storage.  The homeowner redesigned the room for her two twin sons to burn off some energy and enjoy their own personal fun area. Climbing elements were incorporated as well as a couple of seating areas to entertain the boys and their buddies. The use of primary colors and a durable Mohawk laminate floor make this room an extraordinary hangout!

Party above the garage in this huge kid room!

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The upstairs of this garage turned into an ultimate kid room.

The owners of this country house utilized a loft above their garage as a playroom for their two young children.  Built for durability, they covered the entire space in Marazzi Habitat wood-look-tile. Bean bag chairs, a small game table and even an indoor playground make their space one of the funnest kid rooms we’ve ever seen!

 

3 Comments

  1. Janine Lewis January 17, 2017 at 9:16 pm

    We have Shaw Pebble Hill hardwood in our kid’s bonus room and it holds up GREAT. I only wish I had more room like these to make the room more fun for the kiddos!

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  2. Anonymous January 17, 2017 at 9:25 pm

    Basketball in the bedroom lol

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  3. Chris G Kodak January 17, 2017 at 11:44 pm

    We built an indoor tree house for our three sons a few years ago and used wood-look-tile for the flooring. It was heavy but the floor wasn’t that big. Amazingly it held up well and the kids slept in the tree house every night for about a month after we put it up. Love these cute kid rooms!

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