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These are among the tips offered by interior decorators for creating a fresh, fun -- even inspiring -- playroom for kids.Lester favors a light-filled palette and livable furniture.Bean recently completed a teen-friendly room in Grand Lake, Oklahoma, with multiple bunk beds and a communal gathering space.Jenny Reimold, a designer and former teacher, likes to create playrooms that contain both imaginative spaces and opportunities for learning. KEEP THINGS FUNCTIONALHardiness matters when furnishing a playroom.Lester puts removable floor tiles in almost every kids' playroom she designs. Wallpaper choices these days include stylized and sophisticated prints that work for kids' rooms and also any other room in the home.While some kid-size furniture can be fun, include normal-size furnishings, like sofas and media units.Likewise, Cooney prefers neutral colors for key pieces to avoid too young a look in the playroom.
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