Fun, Eclectic Game Rooms

A playful couple's bland rooms are in need of personality. They're looking for an expert to design relaxing rooms filled with character, charm and custom-painted murals.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionAnn and Tim Simon want to turn this ugly space into a perfect playroom for their daughter.
A playful couple, Ann and Tim Simon, finds a beautiful 7,000-square-foot Victorian home in the heart of San Francisco and decides to return it back to its original glory with a few modern twists. For the past 30 years, their home has been used as law offices, and they are now converting it back into a single-family home. With so many rooms to play with in terms of design, they want to create three separate game rooms—one for the adults, one for their teenage son and one for their baby daughter.

While they love the home's Queen-Anne style, they want to combine modern influences with the historic charm of the house. They're looking to turn this blank space into a playroom for their daughter, Sabrina, with murals and colorful, fun elements.

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