Madeira HouseContemporary Kids, London
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Keep the floors practicalSpare yourself the stress of spilt drinks or splattered nail varnish by ditching the carpet and investing in a hard surface instead. This is also a good idea if your child has asthma as carpet can harbour dust. Wood floors are a great option for children’s rooms. They’re hard-wearing and functional, but also easy to accessorise with rugs and beanbags. It’s also worth thinking about fitting a good sound-proofing product for your child’s bedroom – just in case drumming becomes their latest hobby.