I love watching their imaginations grow!
This playroom slowly evolved into the space it is today while figuring out the needs of my first boy and now two boys! It initially started as my office but that did not last long. I love how it turned out, and how useful this space is in our everyday life. It is located right next to the family room and has a door that I get to close when our little monsters trash the space. See below (library).
This room grants me a lot of free time to work, be in the kitchen, and gives me lots of mental peace that its able to contain MOST of the toys. Keeping the surrounding rooms from being overrun by toys is definitely a challenge! I am happy that our home and layout allowed us to have a designated play space that is separate from other rooms. The main goal for every playroom is to provide lots of storage, playfulness and fun. Since I wanted the theme to be a mix of adventure, travel and planet Earth I still wanted the look to be somewhat cohesive with the rest of the house.
Monkey: Ouistitine | Giraffe: H&M Home
Motorcycle Rocker: Crate Kids
Wall decals: Urban Walls | Pegboard: Caramba | Letter Pennants: Little Rose & Co. | Wooden Shape Poster: Little Rose & Co. | Wooden Clock: Forest & Wild | Nature Play Book: Forest & Wild | Fishing Pole: Forest & Wild | Binoculars: Forest and Wild | PomPom Basket: HomeSense | Octopus: HomeSense
Lower Case Letters: Forest & Wild
Good Things Grow Here Sign: Little Rose & Co | Cash Register: Crate Kids
Photography | Elza Photographie