Although HGTV Dream Home 2003 was constructed with the outdoors and social activities both firmly in mind, it was also designed as a home that could be sectioned off to gain privacy. \"The kids' room is placed purposely over the garage so the kids can go have a great time and noise isn't a factor,\" architect Randy Johnson says.
The kids' room is the only second story room in the main house, and by gaining this elevation, a sense of discovery is added. Having their own space is incredibly important to children and adults, too. Even better, if serious study needs to be done, an adult can retreat to the scenic solitude of the office and allow the kids to enjoy a romp through the great room, kitchen and spa.
Designer Linda Woodrum loves not only the privacy factor, but the whimsical design, as well. Windows on all four sides serve to enhance a \"treehouse\" feel, while alcove beds, a full bathroom, tons of closet space and separate sitting and studying areas make this room the complete retreat for kids.