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sneak peek: best of play rooms

by anne

wouldn’t it be great if we stopped calling our work spaces offices and started calling them play rooms? today’s collection in our on-going “best of” series is devoted to our smaller counter parts and is a good reminder of the importance of play in the everyday. below are 25 great rooms from our sneak peeks, devoted to fun ideas for children’s play rooms (or play areas in their bedrooms) with inspiration for function and fun at the same time! –anne

[image above: jessica helgerson uses a great vintage school desk]

[image above: sara hicks malone creates a space to inspire imagination]

[image above: jesse whitney chamberlain proves kids can have style]

[images above: more from 3potato4]

[image above: tent and trunk from the home of 1973]

[image above: cara of ore studios coordinates with color]

[image above: zoe of cloth clothing‘s fun chalkboard storage wall]

CLICK HERE for 18 more play rooms after the jump!

[image above: betsy maddox mixes kid + adult in one]

[image above: angela liguori reminds us that children do have toys]

[image above: words say it all for helena amourdedieu]

[image above: fun touches by hetta]

[image above: jack & lulu‘s place]

[image above: always in style with 3potato4]

[image above: fun walls from jill dupre]

[image above: joy thigpen gets practical and pretty]

[image above: work and play space by lotus bleu]

[image above: pat of fossil‘s pops of orange]

[image above: funny creatures from nicky of pulp creative]

[image above: fun map in the home of rion nakaya]

[image above: french stylist sandrine place painted mis-matched dressers]

[image above: creative drawers by famille summerbelle]

[image above: for dave and surya books are key!]

[image above: swissmiss‘s daughter says organized swiss-style]

[image above: thomas wold‘s daughter enjoys one of her father’s magical creations of found furniture]

[image above: keeping things organized with whimsy & spice]

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