This modern kids' playroom features frame-patterned wallpaper and an art desk with a pair of apple green chairs. The top of the desk slides forward to provide extra storage while allowing for plenty of space to draw, paint or read.
This kid's space is a work room, craft room, play room...wherever the imagination can go! Bulletin boards provide space for inspiration and favorite creations. Tons of drawers stash knick knacks, art supplies and anything else that's otherwise hard to corral.
A simple table was designed to provide a place for making art, eating snacks and even doing homework. Rolled white craft paper stationed on a dowel helps keep the space clean and tidy after messy art projects, while built-in glass shelves organize toys, game and supplies.
A bulletin board hangs by the door, allowing the owners to display their kids' art and report cards or leave behind encouraging notes. With its metallic finish, the piece also makes the space feel a little more sophisticated.
White walls are the perfect blank canvas on which to layer brilliantly colored artwork and whimsical accessories like the zebra head and mobile. A sunshine yellow shade is a pop of warmth over the window seat.
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.
Perfect for a little girl, this playroom features all-white furnishings, including a small table, chairs and cubby storage. A purple and red dyed area rug provides a pop of color to the space while a picture of a white horse above the cubby storage area adds a touch of whimsy.
A light blue and white wall color with rustic wall art creates a stylish, yet functional play area for any little boy. When friends come over, the entire center of the room can be left wide open for ample space to lay out games and participate in activities.
The homeowner loves art and has an extensive art collection, some of which inspired the designer's choice of color in this space. To complete the color story, designer Caroline Kopp personally painted two Mark Rothko-inspired paintings to hang on the display shelves, creating a graphic backdrop to the colorful space.
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.
Imagination must be sparked by the joyful colors and the quote mural in this playroom. The desks belong to two sisters who love art. A basket is a clever way to keep board books organized but also in reach.
Kid art all over the walls, a loft and a slide (yes!) fill this playroom with whimsical energy. The loft also maximizes use of the space as beneath it, there's enough room for a play kitchen and storage.
A great space for the kids to cuddle up and read, this playroom is light and bright thanks to the stark white walls and nearby window. A plaid sofa, nature-inspired area rug and canvas art add rusticity to the contemporary design.
To make an art and homework station in this happy playroom, designers added a wooden countertop (in eye-catching cherry red) that rests atop two sets of built-in drawers. Hanging metal bins hold pencils, notebooks and more for clutter-free imagining.
Masterpiece Design Group designed a multi-functional wall for this playroom, for displaying games, toys and supplies. In addition, a simple table was designed to provide a place for creating art or eating snacks. Rolled white craft paper stationed on a dowel allows for easy cleanup.