Making use of vertical space in a sleek and modern style, this is a photo that I personally adore—proving that children and adults really can aesthetically coexist.
This urban home turned an under-used formal dining room into a child's playland, using the vertical space along the perimeters of the room, creating wide open space throughout.
A beautiful example of a specific play space created for a child—helping them feel freedom to express and pretend and create in their own designates space, which looks great even when not in use.
Simple entertainment that invites children to create and can look grown-up and sleek with chic moulding, when cleaned to a stark black.
A fun play space that offers a variety of toys—from within built-in shelves—and keeps the flow pleasant and uncluttered. (Even the lighting comes from above, saving needed floor space.)
A room that has all it needs and keeps the potential chaos within the boundaries set by the shelving, allowing for a whimsical and simple space.
This very girly space allows for lots of floor space for play by the wall shelving (which also keeps toys mostly out of sight when put away).
A creative space perfect for large playrooms and even teensy play spaces in small apartments, allowing for children to self-direct their play and reach what they need within these drawers, and use the top as a creative table space.
Going vertical doesn't have to be intricate: note how this space is made up of a map, simple shelving, and bins. Fun added with the details of globes etc, of course.
A completely fun space high above, creating a unique kind of fun as well as allowing for more space to roam below.