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.
An attic was transformed into a cheerful playroom for three little boys. Jaunty patterns wake up a classic red, white and blue palette and help it from feeling dated. Lots of storage opens up floor space for reading and playing.
A make-up area fills a cozy window nook in this home's master bedroom, as seen on HGTV's original series Brother Vs. Brother. In a whimsical design touch, a wide painted blue stripe wraps around the space.
This spacious basement wet bar features soft blue walls paired with an exposed red brick accent wall. Industrial-style pendant lights hang over the the stainless steel countertop, while matching stool provide a spot to hang out. Built-in brown wooden shelving provides ample room for storing bar essentials.
Nautical-Inspired Foyer With Blue Door and Tall Wainscoting
This fresh transitional foyer features light gray walls and a bold blue front door. Tall wainscoting adds a statement, while a neutral striped upholstered armchair provides a traditional touch. Sailboat decor gives the space a nautical vibe.
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.
The house's attic gets fresh new life as a colorful sitting area with a small dining table and cozy spots to curl up with a book. Cheery patterns brighten up the armchairs and window. The wood floor gets a shipshape coat of nautical blue.