Superhero Attic Playroom

A stark-white playroom is transformed into a combination superheroes liar and a rainforest hideaway.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe white-walled playroom has been transformed into a combination superheroes hall of fame and rainforest hideaway.
Matthew, Jackson and Tony are three rambunctious and creative brothers. They’ve got a huge attic playroom filled with toys. It is supposed to be a fun room, but it doesn’t look very fun. It is stark-white, cluttered and dull, and it doesn’t match the boys’ vivid imaginations. They'd like to see some superheroes, a rainforest and a swing in their playroom. Storage is also an issue. Their mom and dad, Betsy and Hap bought bins to keep the toys organized, but the bins are just lying all over the floor and stacked up in the corners.

Designer Kevin Perez completed the L-shaped, vertically challenged playroom for just $750. The right side of the room is given lots of color and character with some superhero murals. The left side of the room resembles the deep jungle. A wooden stage and a supply of costumes gives the boys a place to act out their wildest fantasies in a rainforest setting.

Makeover products
paint, building materials, carpet: The Home Depot
green netting: Hancock Fabrics
shelves, lamp, pillows, seats, rope ladder, picture frames: Ikea
slipcover: eBay