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When it comes to decorating a home, a playroom is often an afterthought. Pinpointing the best storage solutions for toysdeciding on stylish—and durable— furnitureand crafting an elevated look that complements the rest of your home can be quite challenging.
Deer Anne Hepfer believes children's spaces are not only meant to be fun—they should also stimulate their imagination. For a playroom de, Hepfer chose to a simple chair and table set in white, but used framed movie posters to inject a bit of personality into the de. The deers chose sky blue chairs and a navy-colored bean bag, along with a knotted Atelier bulb fixture and woven baskets for a sophisticated touch.
Deers Timothy Haynes and Kevin Roberts incorporated a play area into a lively nursery for a beach house owned by a young family. The pink sofa is by Looking for a playroom Adlerthe multicolored s table is by Milo Baughman, and the s fiberglass chairs are Italian. A nook near the living room in a Manhattan apartment serves as the perfect play area for a toddler. Deed by Rhobin DelaCruzthe light-filled space features vibrant colors to balance the room's wood accents. Pops of red contrast with striped walls—painted in Benjamin Moore Aurain Balboa Mist and White—in a cozy play area in a Manhattan apartment.
The space is furnished with a bold red daybed from Ballard Des and a Dwell Studio chair. The ottoman is upholstered in Carolina George fabric, and the watercolor wall print is by Paul Jenkins. In Joanna Bradford 's playroom, an accent wall in a sea-themed blue-toned wallpaper is both tranquil and enlivening.
In Lucy Liu's playroom Looking for a playroom, woven baskets hung over the fireplace incorporate texture and a worldly feel. These club chairs from One King's Lane are upholstered in stain-resistant Crypton. Another shot of Lucy Liu's playroom shows off a sweet tent for children to hide out. In Nate Berkus' Manhattan penthousea wall of built-in bookshelves house family photos while toys are stowed in cabinetry underneath. This Restoration Hardware rug added a playful appeal. For a playroom in a San Francisco homecustom-built bunk beds provide extra beds for small guests; the walls are painted in Benjamin Moore Aura in Pink Fairy.
A full gallery wall of children's artwork makes a standout statement in Emily A. Clark's attic playroom. The table and chairs are both by Pillowfort. In this airy blue and white playroom styled by Emily Hendersona beloved train table is the room anchor while wire baskets and light tones rugs, futon, walls helps the space feel uncluttered.
In this girly playroom by Emily Hendersona mellow pink sofa is set-off with a colorful rug, minty Pillowfort activity chairsand bright wall art.
In this modern farmhouse playroom from Sarah Joya wire wall basket like this holds booksas a low shelf houses toys and a cute tent is tucked in the corner around a small table and chairs. In the Hunted Looking for a playroom playrooma built-in daybed is covered in pillows as an accent wall houses a safari of stuffed animal he from Pillowfort.
Wooden milk crates tucked into built-in bookshelves provide tons of roomy storage and a clean, unified look. Shiplap walls provide a mellow contrast to a wallpapered ceiling. In this functional playroom from Bless'er Housea wall of built-in looking bookshelves was constructed from IKEA shelves and topped with a piece of of wood to make a handy counter.
Labeled baskets house toys, and a sugar mold was used to house crayons and markers on the children's table. Wall panels conceal floor-to-ceiling shelves crammed with toys and a pull-out crafts table. In Positively Oakes desert-themed playrooma wall-to-wall window seat also provides ample storage for books; two ottomans provide cozy seating and a pint-sized art table encourages creativity.
In a minimalist Tribeca loftfloor-to-ceiling shelving houses toys as built-in desks provide study space for older kiddos. A unified black and white palette keeps the look particularly clean. The playroom in that same Tribeca loft provides space for children to watch movies, create art, and get homework done. In this bright white art room de by The Home Editplay food is color-coded and sorted into wire bins as wall-mounted shelves make room for low-profile boxes of art supplies.
The playroom in Carolyn Pressly's home boasts a modern and playful de furnished with a yellow-toned Turkish modular sofa that turns into a "megabed" and counterbalances the pinks of the room. Just like in the office, the playroom has cork floors, which is not only kid friendly, but also helps create a natural transition between the spaces," says the deer. The antique cane chair was custom painted to match the room. Celebrity Style. Type keyword s to search. Today's Top Stories. Our Favorite Beautiful Bathroom Des. Where to Buy Plants Online.
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