Playrooms are often difficult to decorate. With the clutter of toys, the challenge or organization and the constant little hands and feet all over the room, it is hard to find a space that can embrace and take on all of those challenges. This darling play area tackles some of those tough problems when it comes to decorating playrooms.
The great thing about this playroom is that there are quite a few things about it that could translate well into any space–whether it’s a basement, a bonus room, or a corner of your living room. I found several DIY projects that can help you achieve a similar look without a hefty price tag. Are you ready?
1. Large Scale Chalkboard Wall
Love the look of a wall-sized chalkboard? The Pleated Poppy recently added a chalk wall to her playroom, and the results are fantastic. Lindsey shares several tips for painting your own.
2. Child Sized Table
While I didn’t find a tutorial I liked for a round table, I did find this really great little table and stools over at Shanty 2 Chic. Don’t you think this table would look great in my inspiration room? And those storage cube stools add even more places to stash toys and art supplies.
3. Graphic Print Rug
A nice rug that has a fun color scheme and a great pattern usually comes with a hefty price tag. Not so with this rug made by Sunbutter and Jelly, where a colorful graphic print was added to an inexpensive rug with paint!
4. Beanbag Cubes
Capital B figured out how to make these bean bag cubes, similar to the shape of the one in my inspiration photo. Soft cubes like these aren’t just fun for kids to sit on, they are fun to play with, too!
5. Storage Cubes
Storage cubes made from fabric are a great way to make a shelf function more like a drawer. They are handy storage bins and totes for kids. And guess what? You can make them yourself in any fabric color you’d like? Find instructions for them at Make It & Love It.
Do you have any playroom design tips to share? What do you think of the chalkboard wall–is it something you would like to try?
I am definitely doing the fabric storage boxes. Still trying to figure out where to do the chalkboard wall. My rooms are small and the furniture uses most of the wall space. Could get rid of the kids’ furniture, 🙂
(the link for the fabric boxes is wrong. I did find the site though.)
The chalk-board wall was really inspirational! I’m currently working on a playroom project and have been thinking about a chalk board wall too! I wish I had a triangular wall like the one in the photo. It adds such a dramatic focal point to the room. Thanks for sharing!
You are so right about the triangular wall – gorgeous! Best of luck with your chalkboard wall!