Bright, textured chairs and a mural make a hangout space the energetic spot it deserves to be for kids and teens. The modern lounge chairs and sofa table have softened and curved edges. The spiraling hoops on the chandelier are eye-catching and fit with the circular elements in the mural and seating. The room by Jo Rabaut Designs, Southface and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta was in a Southeastern Designer Showhouse.
To give the family a comfortable place to catch a movie together, designers brought in this cool, neutral sofa made of durable linen that can withstand anything this family can throw at it. Then, they added graphic pillows for a touch of chic style.
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.
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.
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 vibrant turquoise sectional provides ample seating for movie night and sleepovers. The midcentury modern Sputnik-inspired chandelier adds retro flair to this playroom. Walls covered in comic book pages fits the eclectic, playful vibe of this space.
A no-holds-barred approach to decorating results in a whimsical undersea adventure in this media room and playspace. Shell-shaped theater seats and a treasure chest-turned-entertainment console create a focal point on one wall, while colorful murals and built-in seating are presented on the adjacent wall.
"The Pack family of five wanted a room where everyone could hang out, watch movies and play games," explains designer Lindsey Hayes. This cozy, colorful playroom is now the perfect space for the family to convene.
This colorful playroom is connected to the family's dining room and the rest of the home by a sliding glass door, making this space the perfect place for the kids to play and still remain seen after a family meal or during their parents' dinner parties.
This whimsical playroom inspires creativity, learning, and playtime fun with a colorful wall mural, multiple work areas for drawing and crafting, a slide, and hanging chair. Creative storage makes organization and access to toys easy for both parent and kid.