This view with the doors open shows the interior of the closets, styled as a secret play space for kids with round white embroidered Moroccan poofs with a hand stitched floral design and assorted throw pillows for comfort. Two chrome flush mount light fixtures with brilliant red shades inside the closet provide lighting.
Because New York City has fire regulations specifying the amount of SYNLawn artificial grass an occupant may use, the landscapers made an efficient choice by placing a simple children's play area atop a bed of the grassy stand-in. Children can play in this Soho backyard while adults enjoy a beautiful day outside in the pergola only a few feet away.
This fresh family home is a space where everyone wants to hang out. In the living room, a children's play area includes a kid-sized activity table and a whimsical childs' teepee. White walls throughout the house form a neutral backdrop for colorful accessories.
As seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens, John and Anthony designed a kitchen space that is family friendly. Adjacent to the both the kitchen and the office space, the kids' play area provides the little ones with a place to play within eyesight while mom and dad fix the family's meals.
A coat of fresh, white paint covers the mix of architectural details in this fun family room, giving the traditional lines of the space an instant update. Working with an active family with young children, the design team worked to turn the whole house into a space "where the whole family could have a blast, and it be beautiful as well." A teepee in the kids' play area adds a whimsical note.
This bedroom butted against attic storage, so the small space was turned into a whimsical secret play room any little girl would love. Green walls and a soft green carpet in the play space pair perfectly with the elegant green and pink bedding right outside.
Here is a pleasing and practical design from Pearson Landscaping which devotes a section of the backyard to a children’s playground in a green space. While it gives them a sense of privacy, it is also accessible to the main house and situated so that parents can easily observe and monitor the playing children.
This two-story loft in Boston's South End features new walnut stair treads that lead up to the master suite. A folding door with frosted privacy glass opens the bedroom to the foyer, while a desk attached to a black metal railing creates a functional work area with a fantastic view of the play space below.
This multipurpose living room serves as a stylish retreat for Dad, a workspace for Mom, a playroom for the kids and even a quick spot to eat dinner on weeknights. Designer Genevieve Gorder used practical and functional furnishings to make sure the room can clearly serve each role in a chic and organized way.
This play area displays and stores a lot of toys while still making sure to leave floor space open for walking. Pale yellow walls and neutral carpet set a calm backdrop, and the toys provide vivid additions of color. A play table allows for storage underneath, and a green shelving unit lines up loose items. Fun, kid-themed art decorates the upper section of the walls.