I recently had the privilege of working on a this cheery playroom and wanted to show you how it turned out. The client wanted it to function as both a playroom, craft room and cozy upstairs den that her kids could grow into.
Before, no one used the sofa or great built-in window seats because the room was simply used for toy storage. Not very inviting for kids and adults alike.
The sofa functioned as toy storage too and the kids have now outgrown the rubber play mat and are in need of a rug.
Ta-da!!! Slip covered sofa for tons of washings, bright colors, warm rug, furry bean bags and inviting window seats.
This all started because the client wanted a craft/game table for her children. Since they are quickly entering school age, a larger table was a necessity. Most kids tables have small surface area. Not this one! We took a (already distressed) dining table with a whimsical apron and chopped of the legs to fit old school house painted kid's chairs. The table is 48" square and can hold up to 8. Large storage baskets fit underneath to hold craft projects and materials.
Window seats are now used for additional storage and a comfy spot to read.What do you think? Do you like it? It has a fresh new look that is a little more inviting.
Bye bye birdie...