Story Time Attic

An unused attic playroom is transformed into a magical storybook playroom complete with felt illustrations.

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Kids 6-year-old Abby and 3-year-old Alex Korman have a great secret attic playroom they almost never use. Abby, a young writer with heaps of imagination, would like to turn this drab room into a fantasy wonderland where she can write books and climb her own set of monkey bars. Little brother Alex just wants a place to play, along with a dinosaur or two. Interior designer Chelsea Norton transforms this modern attic space into a magical storybook palace and playroom on a budget of $1,100.

An empty, small attic space with a whimsical curved door frame will become the perfect playroom hideaway for these imaginative kids. The room has a peaked ceiling, two built-in desks and a closet. Dad wishes the space was more of a "Destination Room" for the kids. Mom wants to lose two back-to-back desks, and make a decor that can grow with the kids.

For all available products, click on the After photo(s) of the room.

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