A Playroom {After}

Several weeks ago I shared with you the moodboard of a playroom I was working on.  You can see that post here. Today I’m happy to share with you the finished room!

The House Of Figs Playroom

We created several different zones with words on the wall- Read, Play, and Create.  It turned out to be a fun and functional space for her kids to hang out!  The House Of Figs Playroom

The House Of Figs - Stewart Playroom_3 Small WM The House Of Figs PlayroomPictured below: Yes that is totally a floor lamp, but I am LOVING it sitting on that Ikea Kallax.  The scale is perfect and its just quirky and fun.  Its something she already had and when we had it on the floor, it was in the way of those big beautiful windows and just looked wimpy.  On the Kallax it went. Quirky and whimsical works in a playroom!

The House Of Figs - Stewart Playroom_2 Small WMThe Shel Silverstein pages framed in the “Read” area was all my client’s idea.  How fun is that?? I have always loved Shel Silverstein.  Such a great concept and goes so well in this little spot.

The House Of Figs Playroom

The House Of Figs - Stewart Playroom_5 Small WMI want to point out to you the frame around the thermostat.  That was another idea and find by my client.  She’s so creative!  Its so fun and makes the thermostat a piece of art on the gallery wall rather than an eyesore or just something to work around.

The House Of Figs Playroom

The House Of Figs PlayroomThis is a little nook just off the playroom between her boys’ bedrooms. She finished it a while ago, but I thought I’d share pictures because it flows well now from the playroom and is just so cute.

The House Of Figs - Stewart Playroom_8 Small WM The House of Figs Playroom

The House Of Figs - Stewart Playroom_11 Small WM The House Of Figs Playroom

This was a fun room to pull together. We used a lot of Ikea, Hobby Lobby, and some things she already had.  The letters were from all over the place, and a few even from Round Top. She found that lego table at a yard sale and refinished it, glued a big flat lego piece to the top and it is just the most adorable thing.  I think I could play all day in here!

Thanks for reading!!

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One Response to A Playroom {After}

  1. teriduf April 23, 2015 at 8:59 pm #

    I am LOVING your blog posts!……..love hearing your thoughts about all of the details!…..so fun to read and love the pics!!

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