Continuing the “kids have it better” theme, here’s an adorable—and cleverly designed—children’s room by Antwerp firm Van Staeyen Interieur. Located at the top of a large brick home in an irregularly-shaped space, the white room takes advantage of the sloped walls and ceilings by incorporating a playful, efficient module that occupies a multitude of functions.
Not only does it include a bed alcove on either side, it also holds a lofted playhouse with geometric cutouts that is accessed by a ladder. The wooden unit—the bottom half is painted white, while the top portion is unfinished plywood, all trimmed in yellow—also divides the room into two sections, each of which includes a long built-in desk.
This bedroom merges into an adjacent toy room, which is also painted white. Even the hardwood floors are painted white, creating a blank slate of a world in which the children are free to dream and imagine all day long.
Via: Design Milk