Gradient color on two accent walls gives punch to this creative playroom. A rug and kid-size work table define an area for crafts and playtime, while a small sofa offers a family-friendly spot for TV watching.
Because this playroom has such a unique shape, the designers were able to hang a funky chandelier from the ceiling. In addition to brightening the room, the light fixture complements the geometric-style shelves on the wall.
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.
No playroom is complete without a great library, and this attic boys' playroom is no exception. On the wall, a floating library makes all the boys' books easily accessible, while green ottoman stools add additional storage s well as provide the boys a place to sit and read.
Vaulted ceilings set off by white molding and columns give this playroom an airy, cloud-like feel. The wide open floor space makes it the perfect haven for dress up, a ping pong game, the imagination is the limit.
"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.
Playful patterns in navy, red and white take center stage in this bold red playroom. With a tent for sleepovers, a table for painting and a chalkboard for drawing, this play space is every child's dream.
Built-in desks and a sleek window seat are painted bright white, popping against the dark, chalkboard-painted walls of this contemporary playroom. Bold patterns and fun colors create an inspiring space for growing kids to study, watch TV and hang out with friends.
This incredible kid's playroom is a delight for any age: a custom mural on the chalkboard wall features Dr. Seuss's classic words and cool London-inspired artwork. A red telephone booth and striped rug are sassy complements to the look.
This play tent has the potential to be just about anything -- a house, a rocket waiting to be launched or whatever else the little ones imagine! Pillows and blankets ensure that it's comfortable inside if they want to nap after.
This gender-neutral play space features high cabinets for safe storage as well as low shelves that are accessible to smaller family members. A multicolored rug beneath the play table helps protect the floor.