Sometimes I work with a client who really isn’t afraid to think outside the box. That was the case with this super colorful playroom in Beverly Hills! The home was modern, mostly white and very sleek, so she wanted the playroom for her two boys to be tons of fun. She wanted it to really make a statement when you walked in, and encourage them to let their creativity fly free.
We started, of course, with that wall mural. My client found an image of a wallpaper that she loved, but she wanted a hand-painted look. So we painted a similar pattern in bold primary colors to really make it pop. The rest of the room is white, so it feels balanced.
Bookcase | Play Table | PLAY Letters | Cube Chairs
Storage for toys was of course an issue in this playroom, so I choose pieces that had storage built in, like the play table and bench. Since I had also curated many of the toys, we wanted many of them to be on display, so we went with a tall bookcase to showcase them all!
We used a very specific color palette in this room, and almost everything was customized to match it. The PLAY letters come standard with an orange letter, but we painted that one red. The play table was customized with a specific shade of blue, and the marquee light was also customized with our colors (we also switched it from vertical to horizontal).
We also added some acrylic wall ledges so the boys could easily see and grab the books they wanted to read. I love using these in playrooms because they double as wall decor.
Rocket | City Blocks | Wood Gorilla | Robot Cube | Space Blocks
This storage bench used to be upstairs in one of the boy’s rooms, but we moved it down to the playroom when we transitioned the older boy to his toddler room. We added the fun colorful bins underneath for even more toy storage!
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