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.
Colorful Basement Playroom With Sectional and Game Table
Time for fun! This basement playroom is chock-full of color, texture and pattern. A long blue stripe on the side wall elongates the room even further and creates a simple counterpart to the busy gallery wall opposite it. Large white tables can be cleared of accessories and provide plenty of surface space for games, puzzles, drawing and more.
Fun and functionality blend together in this teen space. Bright orange walls contrast white and pink furniture creating a vibrant recreation room. Comfortable pink chairs and a white tufted sofa provide a cozy spot for relaxing, and a built-in desk area allows plenty of space for studying.
An asymmetrical gallery wall loaded with inspirational sayings, family initials, graphic sketches and giraffes brings lightness and fun to this eclectic playroom. Retro locker-inspired cabinets almost disappear against the white wall, keeping the space from feeling too busy.
As seen on HGTV's hit show Cousins on Call, where large bare wooden shelves use to be in an unfinished basement, John and Anthony have now placed basketball court that holds the new basketball arcade game for the Tarabokia boys who are big fans of the sport.
What looks like a large living area is actually a playroom for the kids — but, obviously, one the parents can enjoy as well. Multiple colors create an area that feels inspirational and creative, perfect for drawing, playing games or doing puzzles together. A lengthy sectional sofa provides ample space for a family to curl up in front of a favorite movie.
Basement Converted Into Playground With Climbing Wall
Wanting a place where their kids could safely roam, the homeowners asked Eisner Design to convert their basement into an indoor playground. The space includes a climbing wall, swing chairs, a bookcase with a built-in reading nook and a loft for movie nights and sleepovers.
Basement Playroom Features Toy Storage & Play Table
Designer Claire Paquin created a space in the basement of her client's home that could function for young children, as well as space for adults. For the play area, carpet tiles create visual interest, color and warmth for kids to play on the floor. A bookcase cubby is a wonderful choice for toys and games.
Boy's Red and White LEGO-Themed Bedroom With Play Table
This boy's red and white bedroom was designed to match his love of LEGO bricks. It includes a red and white striped area rug with matching cornice, a white window seat with cabinet storage, a clear acrylic play table, a blue and white striped bed with custom pillows, and a creative bundle hanglamp pendant light that looks a group of light bulbs suspended from red strings.
Susan Alisberg of Alisberg Parker Architects designed this kids' space with an L-shaped desk, creating plenty of room for homework or creative endeavors. Bright green chairs add a splash of color to the space.
Connecting with family and friends is effortless in this inviting space that provides plenty of room to gather for a game night or relax over coffee. Subtle grid patterns repeat through the space while the warm color scheme is inviting and energizing.
Encourage independent reading by designing a cozy reading nook with easily accessible books. “Having low seating, such as a structured bean bag, and books nearby will give kids the ability to pick up a book,” says Erin Coren at Curated Nest Interiors.
Behind the bunk beds in this boys' room hides a secret space for the young boys to play. With two bookshelves, a desk on each side and perfect peeping windows, the nook has all the trappings of a hidden fort.
Multipurpose Girl's Playroom With Custom Storage Bench
Charged with creating a playroom for her clients' daughters, SuzAnn Kletzien set out to design a multipurpose space for play, study and possible sleepovers. A custom U-shaped storage bench and accompanying table anchor the space, while colorful upholstery and Moroccan-inspired accessories keep the eclectic space lively.