Collection by Ethan Lance

The Kids Will Love This!

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Kids love hidey-holes, swings, nets, and danger!

Another backyard hotspot is the deck, built around an existing boulder, where adults can lounge while the kids climb.
To combat the site’s steep, uneven grade, Boeschenstein staggered a series of ipe decks around the two main volumes of...
The media room features custom-designed bunks with Camp Wandawega for Land of Nod bedding.
A FilzFelt rug pairs beautifully with the animals on the mural.
A 17-foot-tall freestanding play structure that designer Sharon Davis designed for her family in upstate New York can...
Davis worked with contractor Ted Timmer to construct the playhouse on her family’s 30-acre property.
Though plans are still being developed, a 14.9-mile unused railway in Singapore is set to be recast as a series of...
Feldman designed to roof to have a slope optimal for solar panels.
Dotted with colorful footholds, a climbing wall covers one side of the home, allowing roof access.
Mason and friends scramble around his soon-to-be tree house as Muriel swings.
"We've always been conscious of the environment, but after becoming parents, we realized even more that it's our...
John built a shelf system for the basement when it was Anne’s office; he adapted it to store the kids’ toys when the...
Designer Erica Islas's Palisades Kids' Room features a rock-climbing wall and rope.
Compact bedrooms mean more space for communal areas.
If tidiness is paramount for the family, a place for the kids to play outdoors is equally important.
“The kids can look down into the sitting room or out the windows of their rooms into the park,” says Matthew Baird of...
The kids room is outfitted with built-in bunk beds.
Bunk House: Gibbs’s son Blake had one primary design requirement: bunk beds.
The ceilings in the children’s rooms and playroom feature abstract details from Thomas Hart Benton paintings.
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