Danalda ResidenceTransitional Staircase, Los Angeles
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Alternatively, you could close in the space: Kids love playrooms, and they love making huts and hiding away. This California house — which is otherwise lovely and adult, with white walls and bleached floors — includes a tiny windowless area under the stairs that’s painted a vibrant, disruptive green.
3. PlayspaceWhile putting a child’s bedroom under the stairs à la Harry Potter might be a little cruel, the space can make for a great play area for the young ones.A narrow door built into the side of this Los Angeles staircase leads to a private retreat for the homeowners’ children.