This extra bedroom was used partially for an office but mostly as a playroom for the client’s great-granddaughter. The closet wasn’t storing the toys effectively and the room was taken over by bulky items. There wasn’t any place to sit and play games. The client wanted a space for her to sleep, play, and hang out. Also, the room was to serve as a guest room occasionally. As soon as the designer saw the ill-used closet space, she knew a custom closet was in order. The reach-in closet got custom shelves and hanging but also a small surface/desk area for the client’s granddaughter to draw and work. A fun pendant light, stool, and pull out bins for supplies allowed this to happen. When the closet/desk isn’t in use, the doors can be closed to conceal all including toy storage. While the client first wondered about a daybed option, the designer shared the idea of an upholstered banquet bench with a fold-out bed. This was perfect for lounging and reading when closed, but easy to pull out for occasional sleeping—for guests as well. The very tall tufted back makes it a real focal piece for the room too. A storage cocktail table on casters is a great surface for game nights, provides additional storage for small toys and blankets, and rolls out of the way easily when the bed is pulled out. The room is very colorful and fun, so pillows, art for the closet space, and the table finish complement the room without being too matchy-matchy!