A spare space with an identity crisis becomes an organized Japanese-themed playroom.
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Homeowners Eric and Angie Matsunos' daughters have a playroom with no room to play. Their two young girls have lots of toys but need a place to keep them within their reach. Designer Karen McAloon finds solutions to organize the space and creates a whimsical Japanese theme that reflects the family's style by using things they already have.
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