Wonderful Playhouse in Attic Kids Room
Almost every child dreams to own a playhouse. A talented Spanish designer Marta Corsini invented the whole room with her author’s improvisation on a fabulous house for her young daughters. And all this was implemented in the attic with the area of 258 square feet, where the ” inconvenient” roof slants turned into the perfect space for creativity.
Wonderful Playhouse in Attic Kids Room for Two Girls
Kids’ playhouse in the attic by Spanish designer Marta Corsini
The result was a collection of children’s furniture in the small house for children to sleep, study and play. The attic is divided into 2 parts, separated with a wooden partition separates them with windows, doors and roof imitation. Here everything is “real”. The roof border resembles shingles. There are painted frames, flowers on the windowsill, and even birds.
There are two “rooms” inside: kitchen and bedroom. Colorful accent wallpaper with roses on the blue background is a wonderful reflection of romantic girlish dreams. On one side this wall decoration is combined with bright furniture, on the other – with a delicate pastel linen.
The “house” takes no more than a third part of the total area of the room. “Facade” is made of boards of different thickness to make the house look more natural. The door even has the “eye” in the form of a heart, and there is an attic window and a lantern at the entrance.
The left part of the house includes the playing area in a country style. The rainbow striped carpet “welcomes” guests. Juicy accents beautifully decorate white surfaces, which in this case contribute to the conservation of space. In this house there is even a toy kitchen with “almost real” refrigerator, sink and stove. There is also a window above the sink.
The house is always cozy, because all the things are in their places. There are shelves, made on the wall ledges for books and small items. Toys and other things are placed in the boxes and pretty suitcases. The dolls of one of the girls have a full area with a cot and a tiny wardrobe.
The sleeping area for the girls is decorated with love. There is a window in shape of a heart at the head of the upper bed, which visually combines the sleeping and the playing area. The bottom bed from the front of the “house” has roomy drawers for linens.
Desk is perhaps the most boring piece of furniture. But Marta turned it into a wonderful house with a roof. Its countertop can be bent and turned into an easel or a stand for books.
And anotherMarta’s invention is a ball made of bright cocktail umbrellas. It adds a festive mood even in the most ordinary day.