Whether you have a budding Picasso around or a little one who’s hands just seem to always have something on them, kids’ walls are bound to get stained, drawn on and dirty. That’s where semi-gloss paint comes in. This type of paint is not only extremely durable, but makes removing stains on walls a breeze.
Following the last suggestion, bathroom walls also seem to attract all types of stains and messes (how does the toothpaste manage to get everywhere!?). If you have children, investing in easy-to-clean tiled walls may be a good idea for a child’s bathroom.
Incorporating counter space solely for children in the main area of a home, is a good way to create a place where homework is done or play is monitored, without consuming too much space. Using a durable countertop, like quartz, is essential.
A mudroom is a necessity when having a home with children. It not only prevents mud and dirt from being tracked into other parts of the home, but can serve as a great place to store various items. Today’s mudroom areas use hooks to hang up coats and backpacks, and cubbies to hold shoes and other miscellaneous items.