This safari themed game room is the craziest room you’ll see today

Photo credit: Nicole Gerulat

When designer Stephanie DeBrincat was commissioned to transform a nursery into a safari-themed playroom for her clients’ two children, “the goal was to create a space [that would be utilized for] play time, reading time and, since this design was installed during the pandemic, space for learning and schoolwork as well. —Like wood panel wallpaper, textured walls, and carpeting — to transform the space without completely modify it.

Naturally, DeBrincat’s clients had several functional goals, including creating space for a reading nook, incorporating a multi-functional game table and open spaces for playing time, and increasing the amount of light in the space, being given that the “existing shutters in the room are made natural in sparse lighting.”

Photo credit: Nicole Gerulat

Photo credit: Nicole Gerulat

While imagining the playful sprawl, DeBrincat followed his belief that “creating a space for children is a matter of timelessness”. She advises others to “focus on designing an environment that is personalized, functional, and layered with comfort and whimsy.”

For example, if your child likes a particular character or toy, the designer advises you to “look for vintage items that will help carry that theme.” These items can be classics and generally provide a more aesthetic look. “

In the end, she avoids creating “too thematic” bedrooms for children. “An elevated children’s room design is possible, ”says DeBrincat. “My mission is to design luxurious, safe and healthy children’s spaces that remain fun.

Photo credit: Nicole Gerulat

Photo credit: Nicole Gerulat

Integrated seat fabric: JAB USA, from the Thomas Lavin showroom. Brass fabric for balloon trim: Romo fabrics, from the Thomas Lavin showroom. Pillow fabric: Pride Linen by Andrew Martin, of Kravet Inc. Pillowcases on integrated seats: Andrew Martin’s Fasano Blush and Fasano Storm. Pillowcase: Giraffe Safari by Andrew Martin. Bolster fabric with blue stripes: Folia. Balloon basket fabric: Two Ecotextile Sisters. Wallpaper for balloon basket: Metallic raffia from Max – Ray of Light by Phillip Jeffries. Fine art prints: The animal print shop. Drapery: Pindler & Pindler’s Sherman Natural. Drapery trim: Fabricut’s Marang-14. Chairs: AFK furniture. Dolls: Hug + Kind. Wood plank wallpaper: Rittenhouse from Wallquest. Forest Wallpaper: Bellwood from Rebel Walls. Play in the kitchen: Milton & Goose. Pretend Ice Cream and Fruit: Odin Parker. Storage bins: Pehr. Dollhouse and other toys: Plan toys.

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