Kids playroom & stage
(Photographs by Daniel O' Connor)
Lo que dicen los usuarios:
This playroom area is located beyond the island (you can see it in the first photo.) The girls wanted a spot where they could put on performances. “We wanted to give them that but create something versatile that could grow with them, rather than installing a raised stage they might want to get rid of later,” Harriman says. She installed a rod that spans the width of the room for the theater curtain. The girls also use gymnastic mats and a balance beam in here, while their little brother has room to spread out his train and other toys. A thick wall allows for display and storage niches along the right side of the room. On both sides of the room are 4-foot-wide pocket doors. The one on the left leads to the sewing and craft studio; the one on the right leads to the music studio. “We installed wide doors so that the separate spaces could feel open to one another when they wanted, but that they can close off when they want privacy,” the designer says.