Imagination must be sparked by the joyful colors and the quote mural in this playroom. The desks belong to two sisters who love art. A basket is a clever way to keep board books organized but also in reach.
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.
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.
This playful bar is as quirky as it gets — glasses with colorful stems are arranged on a shelf backed with bright mosaic tile, lime green barstools are upholstered in cowhide and the ceiling is painted hot pink.
The playroom is full of fascinating things with plenty of floor space—and large floor pillows—to enjoy them. Vintage games and books are a large part of the room's fun colors; blue striped shades add tailored smartness to the windows.
What was once an awkward bedroom is now this vibrant playroom. A geometric mural brings in a graphic rainbow of colors. Easily replaceable commercial carpet tiles are a genius flooring choice in a room where spills and splashes are part of the daily routine.
No Nail Dorm Decorating Featuring Painted Cork Hexagons, Turquoise Duvet Cover and Colorful Throw Pillows
Deck out your dorm room with stylish decor ideas that won't break the rules, like this wall of painted hexagon-shaped cork pieces, attached to the wall with removable adhesive strips. You can paint the cork in hues that compliment your color scheme. Placing them over the bed allows you take advantage of wall space and display pictures and personal items without taking up any counter space.
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.
For a young family, the playroom is a popular place! The designer gave it a cheerful personality with lots of bold colors and patterns. She also left a lot of floor space easily accessible for doing puzzles and playing games.
"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.