For years, Sonal collected whimsical art she liked, with no plan for where it would all go. The kids’ playroom was a natural fit. All the games stacked inside the metal World Market console with a peek-a-boo front rev up the fun. The table is by West Elm…and Mira and Zane: “It has splatters from their projects, which makes me love it even more,” says Sonal. The crocheted pouf was handmade by Sonal’s mom in the ’70s.
Spell out words with personalized pillows and turn photo cubes into counting blocks. Capture your little artist’s drawings in pillows and desk plaques. A wall decal of the U.S. makes a fun learning activity, too.
In this contemporary playroom, an orange table, colorful wall art and assortment of toys pop against the neutral black-and-white buffalo check rug, which is actually a machine-washable rug from the online company called Ruggable.
Mosaic floors emblazoned with shells and sea creatures give this playroom the dreamlike feel of a sunken chamber. The circular space includes built-in shelving and a porthole slide that offers a unique means of entry.
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.