Located in New York east Side townhouse, there is a terrific boys’ bedroom make over. Perianth Interior Design was successfully transformed the following perfect pre-teen sleep zone from a childish space with racecar beds.
The no-hold-barred style brief intended that the Perianth Interior Design could freely design the basic boy cave, involving a realistic small basketball court and a full-sized punching bas for those adolescent strops, supplemented by a colorful rock-climbing wall feature.
Built surround each sleep area, loft frames are enabling birds-eye view of the shared sports area, whilst creating an element of zoning and privacy. The playful designs continue in the architecture of the personally made bed frames, as the globular cutouts that made vertically on the posts are backed with Velcro, to enable those fluffy orange and white ping-pong balls be utilized for hone aiming skills.
The internal lofts were formulated as useful space for storage nooks for precious collection of trophies, books, toys and gifts. Additionally, there is a neat storage under the bed for secret treasures, supplemented by sub window storage units to hide away the inevitable accumulated untidy things of a kid’s room.