One of the best things about children is that they don't need anything fancy to have a good time. However, even if they are easily entertained, it's important that we provide them with a safe place to play in. This special place can help develop their skills and enhance their imagination, too.
Having a playroom at home is also a great way to keep countless toys from cluttering your home. To inspire you to revamp your kids' second sanctuary, we've put together three design ideas you can experiment with:
If you can go as far as designating an entire room for a play area, maximize it to its full potential and let it double as a study. Dress up the walls with maps and charts for school-related activities and keep a shelf of toys on the side for playtime.
Instead of letting your unused attic collect dust, consider transforming it into a play haven for your kids. Add a few benches with built-in drawers for storage, a couple of bean bags for relaxing, and a display of their favorite things that can keep them busy for hours.
For those who are trying to create a common space, you can optimize a corner in your den for your son and daughter to share. You can split the decor by accessorizing one side with more girly pieces (like a princess tent as seen in photo) and the other with a small sofa bed for your little guy. Those who want to create a neutral ground can work with a gray palette with hints of pink, blue, and green.