Curbed National: Kid-Friendly Interior Design: How Far Is Too Far?

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Skyhouse by David Hotson and Ghislaine Viñas—Photo by Eric Laignel via Dezeen

Among all the color-coded bookshelves, TVs hung above fireplaces, and other played-out decor trends, one persistent source of interior design drama and intrigue has to do with kids, particularly the notion that outfitting a home with super whimsical features will surely delight the youngest residents. From tunnel slides to multiple floors of netting, there is a lot folks can do to render their abodes more like stylish McDonald’s PlayPlaces (or really, in this day and age, the hippestwackiesttech company offices.) Anyway, these fun-focused decor maneuvers popping up with varying degrees of ridiculousness got us asking: have design-minded parents gone off the deep end?

The playground has invaded the house >>

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