273,855 toy area Home Design Photos

Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Eureka Valley Residence
If the kids can't reach their toys, how will they play with them or put them away?
Built in cabinets and shelving to hide toy baskets. Adjustable shelves in 1 or more of the cabinets (movies, etc)
chalkboard on wall, hiding space under cabinets large enough to hide larger toys when they aren't there
Love this idea for the kids and for displaying children's toys.
meaning a playroom is going to be adjacent to a TV room or even a bar area. “If the playroom is sharing space with the adult section of the basement, try to select furnishings that almost look like an extension of the adult area,” says Wolfe. “Kid-size craft tables and chairs have come a long way from
Ah! The magic of chalkboard paint. Paint out a wall, then add oodles of storage for art supplies and toys. Voila! Kid's paradise.
“Playroom” — ashleymarek
Lizette Marie Interior Design
2 Reviews
Willow Glen Residence
Like the setting area and storage/play area maybe for office/play room or kid's room
What I don't want....a room with toys stacked in it-a lot like the basement
i like every thing but the baby toys
Incorporates all colors (instead of using two theme colors & then nothing else matches) all of the colorful toys blend in
Chalk wall. Toy staging with bean bag chairs for kids
“Drawer storage” — harris_interiors
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Rooftop Retreat Addition in Toronto
Transition steps for living area to utility & master bedroom
Toy storage behind door
Toy rom...toy area...toy room...kid's play area
“Steps” — jingliecon
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Feldman Architecture
An Extra Play AreaA scattering of toys and linen storage bins can only mean that this sunroom also doubles as a play area for children, a place where they can play safely indoors while still enjoying the sun's rays. Notice
wooden toys...area rug
“Windows” — trimor
David Churchill - Architectural Photographer
Staircase Bookshelves
I was JUST thinking that the kneewall that overlooks the foyer from the upstairs "toy area" would be a good place to store all of the kids' thousands of books they have (but on the inside toy area of the wall, not the side you see as you go up the stairs. Our foyer is too formal to do this
anyways because the kneewall is part of the foyer that goes up cathedral style. So it would only be good on the other side of the kneewall in the toy/"gathering room."
Love book shelves built inset in wall upstairs for sitting/reading area by Juliet balcony
a neat idea. This unit exploits the tall wall leading up the stairs, as well as the top of it on the landing, housing hundreds of books in an unused area.
“Estantes” — anitaguerra
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
without sacrificing your home's chicness. The ladder shelves help corral toys in a stylish fashion, while the colorful artwork grabs attention away from the playthings. If guests are scheduled to arrive, simply scoop away toys. The area will seem hardly kid-centric, thanks to the retro chair and table. Even
“Tv wall” — Nadia Khan
Rusk Renovations
8 Reviews
Downtown traditional loft
Toy area
toy shelf...toy storage...Toy shelves...Toy chest/bookcase...Toy storage...Toy containment...House storage area...toy house...Toy space for kids...Wall of toys!!!...Toys doll house
“Eloise room” — Claire Brown
Jill Seidner Interior Design
1 Review
where did you get the area rug
toy area under kitchen island
the shelves with toys
toy storage...area rug...Toy chest...Area rug...Like toy shelving...Toy storage...Toys shelf
“Shelves” — pastorarhonda
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