These homeowners needed a fun space that both their little boys and little girl could play and feel welcome in, so designers created a space full of bold, gender neutral colors and a design that focused on gender neutral, geometric shapes. With plenty of storage and toys for boys and girls hanging on the wall, this playroom is perfect for the pair of brothers, their sister and their parents to enjoy.
A bright red boy's bathroom becomes an imaginative art gallery with a mix of original children's pictures, prints and even toys. Change out the artwork with new and favorite pieces to keep the display fresh and fun.
A Serena and Lily beanbag chair and tiny heroes art from Etsy pop against boldly patterned wallpaper in this shared boys' bedroom. A Kallax shelf unit from Ikea offers ample space for storing toys and books, and bunk beds leave room for the boys to play.
Since the renewed basement space was meant as a comfortable playroom for the owners' two boys, designers wanted to create a space where toys are a bold, colorful part of the design rather than items that need to be hidden away in a bin. To achieve this, the space's existing shelves were repainted and repurposed as display space for the boys' toys, providing them easy access to their things, but also allowing the space to honor its purpose.
This traditional bunk bed serves as the centerpiece of this boys' bedroom. Pops of green give a contemporary look while toy displays add multi-color interest. A large green and white patterned area rug anchors the space and compliments the green and white bed linens.
This burlap tent, sitting atop a pastel braided rug, makes the perfect play space for this little girl's room. A cute basket provides storage for toys and continues the room's pink and aqua color palette.
Sleek white built-ins add plenty of storage to this boy's nursery. Drawers and cabinets add hidden organization, while open shelves are the perfect spot to display favorite toys and stuffed animals. Inset in the cabinets is a changing station, complete with robot-themed wallpaper and bright red sconces.
This traditional cream and green girl's room features a designated dress up corner that displays cute, colorful costumes and outfits for playtime. The custom shelf/coat rack combo adds extra storage for toys and provides visual interest to this corner of the room.
These homeowners were in need of a space for their two little girls to get creative, so designers Karen E. Laine and Mina Starsiak of HGTV's Good Bones transformed an unused attic space into the perfect playroom. An accent wall in the back of the space provides a focal point, while keeping the room fun and bright, while shelves give the girls a place to store their toys and display their artwork. A white rug adds comfort to the space, creating a great spot for the girls to play and draw together.
Fun fabrics and patterns outfit this playroom for a pair of young girls who live in this Westlake, Texas, home. There's enough space to spread out on the floor with toys to play or with girlfriends to chat when they grow older.
Compared to his sisters' rooms, this boy's room was cooler in tone with slate wall covering, gray wall paint and shades of blue decor. Acrylic cubes and shelves display the toy car collection in a modern and unique aesthetic. The acrylic finish does not distract from the wall covering behind and creates a playful "floating" look.
The top floor of this home is Kid Land with bedrooms for the family's two boys and this playroom in between them. The playroom gets a peppy personality from its striped wallpaper and blue and orange palette. There is toy storage, a tv and sofa, and space to do homework or play games.
A little boy needs lots of space to play and plenty of nooks to keep all those toys. This room keeps the middle of the room open for play space with storage around the perimeter. The window sill and wooden desk provide elevated storage and extra work space. A blue accent wall is complemented by a blue area rug and striped red and blue blanket.
This space hosts the two Stansell boys, who share this bedroom that could also be described as their own little well-curated museum of interests. Their personalities and evidence of their adventures are proudly displayed around their room. If you look closely you’ll spy that at least one of the boys is a budding chef. They also have a small family of hamsters between them, and they love yellow tractors. The boys’ room is a really good example of how I approach kids' spaces: always go monochromatic with walls and bedding. Between their toys, books, art, rugs, etc. there will be plenty of opportunity for stimulation/adding interest without becoming too busy. My fave in the room? The drapes are perfectly appointed: they look fun and put an exclamation point on the entire space.