Kids learn through play. Creating a fun playroom for your kiddo is a great way to encourage learning and creativity. When creating your child’s playroom include your children in the design process to ensure the playroom is a place they will enjoy as much as you. Creating such an environment also provides a safe haven for when your child is tired or upset.
Consider some basic elements such as warmth and comfort when planning a playroom. Young kids can greatly benefit from things that nurture like soft and cozy bean bags, kids armchairs, blankets and stuffed animals. Such things also help to make the room safe if your child is active or if a couple of playmates start to play rough.
A perfect play space combines fun and function seamlessly. Start with smart storage for toys and games, and add comfortable seating and a sturdy table. Make it unique with a theme that excites their imaginations and creativity.
If you want kids to have easy access to the items they regularly use. Consider containers that blend style with creativity, such as the tiered art supply holder below. Also note the numbered baskets along the wall, which help kids remember what’s inside by matching numerals with sets of items.
Don’t forget the power of a large bookshelf. Even if some shelving is too high for kids to reach, these vertical places can be the perfect location for items that aren’t regularly accessed, such as toys out of the main play rotation, or books and supplies that children will enjoy when they are older. Age appropriate books and toys can be stored on the bottom of the shelf for easy access.
If a child’s playroom and bedroom are one in the same, try a vertical shelving unit with drawers, which provides an ideal space for books, small supplies, and toys of all sizes.
Check out some more creative playroom ideas:
As you can see, there is no right way to create a playroom for children, the possibilities are endless.
How will you decorate your child’s playroom? – Cute Beltz