and Jill Wohlfeil of Delafield brought out the color palette when they
picked a theme for their kids’ rec room.
"They love contemporary, bright colors, no Packer room or
hunting lodge, something out of the ordinary ... and we ran with
it," explains Peg Winters of The Winters Partnership.
Peg and Bill Winters designed a plan which included removing the
straight walls to allow for the new curvilinear partitions. The
existing dropped ceiling was removed and the structure underneath was
sprayed out black. A decorative suspended ceiling was added to define
different activity areas, including a kitchen/bar, home theater, dance
floor and game area.
have their own private "fort" in the King’s Way Parade of
Homes house in Waukesha. This award-winning kids’ space is located
in a tiny niche of the lower level off the main family room. The kids
can certainly call this space their own from the "starry"
ceiling to the built-in double decker lounge space decorated in