Top 5 Homes of the Week With Fun-Filled Kids Rooms



These playful homes from the Dwell community have perfect spaces for petite humans.

Herron Horton Architects converted the preexisting garage of House by Pinnacle Mountain into a place for kids to study and play.

Featured homes were submitted by members of the Dwell community through our Add a Home feature. Add your home to Dwell.com/homes today.

1. House by Pinnacle Mountain

Herron Horton Architects converted the preexisting garage of House by Pinnacle Mountain into a place for kids to study and play.

Herron Horton Architects converted the preexisting garage of House by Pinnacle Mountain into a place for kids to study and play.

Photo: Chad Mellon

Architect: Herron Horton Architects, Location: Little Rock, Arkansas

From the architects: “An existing house on beautiful land near Pinnacle Mountain was transformed for a family of 10. The homeowners wanted a light and bright space with an open concept that allowed the family to be in separate rooms but still feel connected.”

2. Woodside Residence

Custom-designed storage and entertainment fixtures create family gathering spaces in the Wooodside Residence.

Custom-designed storage and entertainment fixtures create family gathering spaces in the Wooodside Residence.

Photo: Agnieszka Jakubowicz

Shop the Look

Knoll Risom Child’s Amoeba Table

A KnollStudio classic, Jens Risom’s Amoeba Table is at once amorphous and crisply defined. The silhouette is certainly one of the defining styles of mid-century design. The child-sized version for knoll kids features legs and apron constructed of solid maple hardwood and mortise and tenon joints with beech laminate table top. Durable, fun and ready for artwork, snacking and playtime. Photo courtesy of Knoll

Qeeboo Rabbit Chair Baby

The “Rabbit Chair” is the last creation that came out from Stefano Giovannoni’s magic hat, that becomes a family of products with a strong communicative media power. The idea of the rabbit comes from the connection between its silhouette and the silhouette of a chair, where the rabbit’s ears become the setback of the chair. It has a double variation, for adults and for kids, and there is also a third version, illuminated, that can be a lamp. Young and olds can sit down and lean the back against rabbit’s ears or on the opposite side, riding it and leaning the arms on its ears. The rabbit is a gentle animal, lovable and tender. In Western and Eastern culture it symbolizes love and fertility, it is a sweet and auspicious object that brings good fortune and good wishes. – Qeeboo Photo Courtesy of Qeeboo

Knoll Kids Risom Side Chair

This KnollStudio Classic was one of the first designs commissioned by Knoll. The knoll kids versions of these classic chairs are durable and kid-friendly with sunny colors in the woven webbed seating and an easy-to-clean lacquered wooden surface. The nylon/cotton strapping is even water repellent. Features mortise and tenon wooden construction in the Scandinavian Modernist style. Photo courtesy of Hive Modern

General Contractor: EBHCI, Location: Woodside, California

From the photographer: “Located next to the office, the kids’ playroom offers plenty of toy and book storage.”

3. The House by the Dunes

Neuman Hayner designed The House by the Dunes for a family of five who all enjoy surfing the beaches of Israel. The architects took a minimalist approach to designing each room, keeping colors and materials simple yet functional.

Neuman Hayner designed The House by the Dunes for a family of five who all enjoy surfing the beaches of Israel. The architects took a minimalist approach to designing each room, keeping colors and materials simple yet functional.

Photo by Amit Gosher

See the full story on Dwell.com: Top 5 Homes of the Week With Fun-Filled Kids Rooms
Related stories:

©