Color is the secret to making any home come alive. But when you've got a child in residence, color goes from being "nice to have" to a necessity. After all, it's bright colors that help you attract and keep your child's interest in whatever it is you're doing—eating, bathing, lazing about, and just spending some quality time with the most important person in your life: your child.

Of course, there are products whose manufacturers understand the need to keep things visually and functionally lively, so we've put together a slide show of some fun items from SkipHop and STUFF @ Rustan's that are sure to amuse kids at home.

SkipHop is available exclusively from Rustan's Makati, Shangri-La Plaza Mall, Alabang Town Center, and Robinsons Cebu. Products are BPA, Phthalate, and PVC-free. SkipHop also supports the Pediatric Aids Foundation and the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund by donating a percentage of the earnings from each purchase to these wonderful organizations.

Products carried by the STUFF @ Rustan's line are available from Rustan's Department Stores in Makati, Shangri-La Plaza Mall, Alabang Town Center, Gateway Mall, and Ayala Center Cebu. Prices are available upon request.

Want to see more fun items from these brands? Check out the following:

Which items in the slide show below are your favorites? Leave a comment and let us know!

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