Have an open mind about storage; bowls, baskets, bins.
Utilize a variety of containers to house all the tiny toys, art supplies, and games.
The best way to help kids learn to clean up after themselves is
to provide a place in which things can be stored.
And don’t limit yourself to standard bookcases only.
Try a lower unit so little people can reach everything.
Kids need plenty of places to plop down!
Use bright colors and images to stimulate their little minds.
There are tons of options to be found…do a search on Pinterest!
Create a wall or area to display their own artwork.
Kids love to see their favorite pieces hanging up and what better place than in their playroom!
Add a serious punch of color and pattern here.
This room is meant to be fun and playful so let that be your excuse to go bold!
A playroom has to have an area for getting creative.
Set up a table and chairs so they can do art and play board games.
Save the traditional lighting for the rest of the house…
choose something different for this room.
Keep in mind that wall sconces can be great for these rooms because they are up and out of the way-