This family home was decked out with decor, furniture and a considered color palette that worked with existing pieces. "Kid-friendly" was at the top of the priority list as observed by swing hanging from the ceiling. Tour the space with tips from our designer Megan!
Anchored by a clean-lined Parsons table (left unpolished to stand up to fingerprints), the dining room is both sophisticated and family friendly. Galvanized-metal French Tolix chairs designed in the 1930s and a long bench (which has been known to hold as many as six kids) provide some much needed flexibility and style. See more of this Family-Friendly Remodel
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Eclectic Single-Family Home Boasts Fun Colors, Whimsical Details
Wanting a home that encouraged fun and creativity, a younger family turned to French and French Interiors to make their vision a reality. Drawing on a mix of furniture, vibrant patterns and unexpected, kid-friendly accents, the designers transformed this white-walled home into a colorful retreat for the whole family.
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Organic modern dining rooms have a lived-in elegance that comes from balancing hard and soft elements. They are cool, calm, and collected, while inviting you to share the space with family and friends. This one's mix of blonde wood, Eames molded dining chairs, copper pendant lights and dark backsplash offer the perfect mix of modern elegance and kid-friendly living.