How can I make my bedroom into a playroom?
The whole bedroom can be a playroom if you choose a unique layout. With a bed cleverly tucked under “trap doors” in the floor, there’s plenty of extra space for ladders and toys. Photo courtesy of IKEA. Temporary wall decals are a damage-free way to decorate a playspace without ruining the walls.
What makes a good playroom?
What looks like a large living area is actually a playroom for the kids — but, obviously, one the parents can enjoy as well. Multiple colors create an area that feels inspirational and creative, perfect for drawing, playing games or doing puzzles together.
Should you add a playroom to Your Home Office?
If you work from home, adding a play space to your home office is a great way to get work done and keep an eye on baby. In this office + playroom combo, an area rug provides a soft place to play while a tall white storage cabinet keeps toys, art supplies and work documents neatly organized.
What makes a good office + playroom combo?
In this office + playroom combo, an area rug provides a soft place to play while a tall white storage cabinet keeps toys, art supplies and work documents neatly organized. The back room of this small home serves double duty as a play area and the pathway into the backyard.
Is this the most stylish basement playroom for kids ever?
The navy blue walls and rustic wood floors are what makes the room feel more sophisticated than juvenile. Continue to 2 of 19 below. A crisp, white basement playroom by New York firm Eisner Design may be the most stylish place for kids ever.
How can I decorate a playroom reading space?
Fun wall letters made from children’s book pages lend a playful, decorative touch to this playroom reading space. On one side of the hallway that leads to a shared girls’ bedroom, a chalkboard wall invites children to express their creativity.