A playroom wouldn't be complete without a reading corner. Luckily, a bookcase fits snugly against the wall, with small wire baskets to keep the kiddos' favorite stories -- and stuffed animals -- organized.
To create flexibility in the children's area, a sliding door subdivides the space for nighttime and nap time, creating two separate bedroom spaces, each with its own entrance. During the day, though, parents can keep the space open, creating a great big playroom for the kids.
Neutral walls were a smart choice for this playroom, as they'll age well with the kiddos. Meanwhile, patterned pillows, poufs and rugs ensure that the space is colorful and full of interest -- without the long-term commitment!
Create a fun space for kids to play in with low seating, round tables and color schemes they can grow into. This room was transformed for kids using punchy earth tones in shades of burnt orange and grassy greens.
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.
Modern white chairs bring some smooth curves to the edges and corners in this playroom. A white table provides a workspace and can conceal storage beneath. Wooden storage bins bring a beautiful, rich color to the room and allow for easy pick up. A neutral graphic rug meshes with the wood, white and neutral wall color.
Okay, how cool is this? With bunk beds, a ladder and nets, this loft can be used for for sleeping or for climbing. There are nets tucked into the base so the kiddos can even feel like they're floating.
In the playroom, a wall full of cabinets keeps the space organized, while the chalkboard wall gives the kids an element of customizability in their room. The table and chairs gives the children a place to work, and the rug adds a softness to the clean design. Finally, large French doors allow in plenty of natural light.