BeanBagBoss.com to replicate the look. I can definitely see Zander and Bruce Jr. having just as much fun!
Uten.Silo wall-mounted organizer on Design Within Reach to replicate this look. Didn’t expect something so simple to be so expensive!
JLOOP on FloDesignStudio.com Other than the to-die-for floors (Is that wood? Glazed cement?), the thing that impresses me most about this last playroom is the ample storage. Large cabinet shelves for large items neatly conceal the mess, while smaller cabinets, set closer to the ground, are easily accessible to the children. The shallow shelves conveniently display the books making it easier for Kiah to pick the one that she wants to read (or the book they want mommy and daddy to read!).
Holman Shelf from Pottery Barn, which comes in 2” and 4” that would replicate this look nicely.
The Ultimate Kids’ Playroom on Comfree.com What I love most about this set-up is the multicolored carpet, adding a punch of color to an otherwise black and white room. This room combines a few of the things that I love from some of the others: calk-board painted walls, cubbies, and bookshelves for the kids.
paper chandelier looked very familiar, and after a bit of digging I couldn`t believe it took me more than a few seconds to realize it was pure Ikea. I’ll continue to look for other inspiring playrooms, and hopefully we’ll get one for our growing family soon. If you have any other ideas or suggestions, please let me know!