On Tuesday I shared some insight into the process of designing this fun playroom and today I’m sharing the reveal! Thanks so much to Jylare Smith Photography for taking these pictures for us.
The architecture and shape of the ceiling created easy divisions in the space. We used one side for an art area, the other side for a play kitchen area and the middle we left open for playing and watching t.v.
For the kitchen side we bought the small version of the Vintage Schoolhouse play table with the vintage steel play chair.
I love this sailing kite ship and the whimsical feel it gives this space.
On either side of the window we added some art from Minted.
The Tribeca Media Storage fit perfectly on the far wall to store toys and their t.v. The paper mache shark is from here. The rug is the The Matra Flatweave Rug.
The flying gulls are to-the-trade. Contact me for more info. The baskets are great for oversized toy storage.
The blue boxes are from the Land of Nod.
Between the two nooks we have the Go to it Laughing print from Minted. The bean bags are from PB Teen.
Each window nook has a farmhouse pendant, floating shelves and a custom window bench made out of this fabric.
The adorable octopus is from Pottery Barn kids. The solid coral pillows are from this etsy shop. The striped lumbar is from this etsy shop. We also bought the tassel pillows from Anthropologie.
The other side of the room was made into an art area as well as a fun place for the kids to play school.
We did the same play table but in the larger version.
We also did our DIY octopus art in this space! To add art supply storage we bought the Jayden Metal Shelves.
The paint color throughout her home is Benjamin Moore Gray Owl.
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photos by Jylare Smith Photography