The sky's the limit in this kids' playroom with walls painted to look like mountains. A small table and stools provide a perfect spot for creations and games of all kinds, and the blue-patterned rug mimics the angular peaks and valleys on the walls.
The goal for this space was to create a room that both adults and children could be comfortable in. With the homeowners' two small boys, the space would need to contain durable fabrics and materials, so designers chose a sectional that could easily be wiped clean with lots of multicolor pillows for comfort. Then, they had a stylish, nylon carpet installed that won't stain and would match the aesthetic of the room, while remaining practical.
The suede wallcovering in the Twins' Music and Play Room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 offers soundproofing for music rehearsal. The closet space is painted a bold orange that matches the art table on the other side of the room, adding the youthful hints of color that help the room come alive.
The homeowners spent a ton of time in their basement, but before the redesign, it was awkward and drab with no seating. They wanted a space that would function for family life, but also be fun and inviting, so designers used a fun color palette, anchored in blue with pops of yellow and orange, and durable fabrics and furniture to create what the family needed.
Your child can pretend to be a mountaineer in this playroom painted with peaks and valleys. Shelves provide ample space for organizing toys and books, and a table with small stools is the perfect spot for kids to create art or do puzzles. A door covered with chalkboard paint provides a reusable canvas, and a graphic blue rug hides the inevitable spills.
The beautiful navy sofa accompanied by lustrous vinyl gray ottoman creates a neutral base for this playroom to come to life. Bursts of hot pink throughout the space-from the artwork to the accessories-bring in a lively, feminine feel, while orange zigzag poufs bring out the orange accents in the artwork, adding to the dimension of the room.
This bright blue playroom is for perfect for little ones with lots of energy. Complete with two ladders and a stocked toy chest, there's plenty to keep the kids busy. When they tire, uncover a submerged sleep space beneath the floor—and suddenly nap time is no longer a bore!
A modular system that includes both open and closed storage solutions can bring order to a messy play space or child’s bedroom. Low, wide drawers are handy for medium-to-large toys, while a bench with cubbies underneath is perfect for storing stuffed animals or extra pillows.
A sisal-style rug sections off this room's social and sleeping area, which nests adjacent to a fun playspace defined by a Ping-Pong table. Anchored into the ceiling, the twin beds in the living area are designed to gently sway as coastal breezes blow through the ground level space.
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.
The playroom is designed for both kids and adults. A small table and chairs, train table, a soft area rug and low bookcase is kid friendly, while an elegant chandelier, comfortable sectional and pretty decor, like the printed window treatments, gives the space a grown-up feel.
This kid's playroom has red carpet, red beanbags for chairs, blue walls with clouds and a corner stage with red-and-white striped curtains. A shelving unit next to the stage provides a dozen labeled storage containers for toys and games.