Kids Playroom ideas must be exciting and creative. The playroom can be a space of enjoyment, cheerfulness and enjoyment for almost any youngster. Playroom decorating can be fun for both children and parents particularly when they decorate for the children in playful and fun colors.
The goal of designing playroom is to provide kids with a safe environment where they can learn to explore.
In My Own Little Corner
“A cozy reading and play nook is as easy as adding a kid-sized chair and colorful shelf in the corner of the bedroom. Designers Jaymes Richardson and Don Raney amp up their play corner with a shelf that doubles as a dollhouse”.
“Flexibility is key in this space. Open the sliding wall to create a continuous play space between a shared girls’ bedroom and the playroom or close it up for privacy. Bubble chairs add a functional yet whimsical element to the room”. Design by Randy Weinstein.
“Encourage the future chef or movie star in your family with fun furnishings. Designer Vanessa DeLeon creates a tiny suite for one little girl, complete with her own kitchenette and dressing table”.
Tea for Two
“Sometimes it’s just a matter of scale. Your toddler can throw tea parties for her stuffed animals as long as the table and chairs are child-sized, as they are in this bedroom, designed by Brian Patrick Flynn”.
“Go vertical to create more room for playing. Even in a small room, RMSer restyle creates a play area for her four-year-old son by storing books, toys and art supplies in a tall open shelf. Kid-sized table and chairs complete the space”.
“A good play space has plenty of seating, but sometimes kids just want to take to the floor to color or read. The pattern here embues the space with energy, but is sophisticated enough that kids won’t easily outgrow it”. Photo courtesy of Serena & Lily