ABCs and 123s
Include a space for learning – whether it’s a comfortable corner to read books or a wall to discover letters and numbers – so your child can keep their brain active, too. Hanging a board with magnets serves a dual purpose, allowing children to play with numbers and form words but also to practice their handwriting on the chalkboard portion.
Set the stage for fun by dedicating an area to an activity that your child loves. This could include setting up an easel for painting sessions or building a stage for singing, dancing or acting out a favorite story. No matter the activity, this adds an element to the room that allows your child to use their imagination and express their creativity.
Ready, Set, Create
In many playrooms, toys are scattered across the floor or it’s just an empty space. Avoid that by filling the middle of the room with a kid-sized table and chairs where your little ones can work out their creative energy. Here, the primary colors on the chairs complement the brightly colored walls, and since it’s a tiny table set, the kids will feel like it’s something that’s all their own.
There is no room for boredom in a playroom, especially on the walls. Stripes are a great way to add multiple colors, and even more fun, to the space. Choosing yellow and green as accent colors helps keep the space gender neutral for families with boys and girls.
A window seat lets the sunshine in. Perfect for becoming immersed in a favorite book or curling up for a nap, this space is a quiet reprieve in a room that is full of activity. The stripes theme from the wall is mimicked in the cushion pattern, and the red additions balance out the colors in the rest of the room.
Room Designed by Francia Fusik, All in One Decorating Solutions
Photographed by Cynthia Simonetta