A dedicated playroom is a thing of envy for many. At the same time it can become a design curse. Nobody wants Romper Room in their own home.
That's why I'm a fan of keeping the backdrop of the playroom within the same palette as the rest of the house. This lovely playroom we saw on Mabley Handler Interiors is a perfect example. The light walls and beadboard and dark wood floors keep things looking fresh. And as the kids get older, toys will be switched out and the floor plan might change but the walls and floors can stay the same. You can see a few more pictures of this home as well as lots of inspiring photos at Mabley Handler Interiors.
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