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10 inspiring ideas for children’s playroom

10 inspiring ideas for children’s playroom

 

September has finally arrived and with it, children are back to school. That does not necessarily mean your home is going to be any less chaotic though. You better than anyone know that sharing space with little kids is always a constant fight. Those days of worrying you house will fall apart are now over. Luckily for you, below are some excellent tips to help you incorporate good design with children’s spaces.

Children, like us adults, need their own space where they can relax and be themselves. Unfortunately, not everybody has a playroom in their house, so placing a play area for your little ones is a bit more difficult. Living rooms seem to be a preferred solution so you can keep an eye on them, though using the kids’ bedroom is also popular in small apartments. 

Whatever the case, here we have a list of 10 dreamy playrooms that will inspire you to get a kid-friendly, yet stylish play area. Who said good design is not compatible with children’s spaces?

Personalising with wall stickers

Your kids’ play area will get a more personalised style with cool vinyl stickers on the wall. Make sure you choose those of your children’s preference but taking the overall look into account as well. In the picture, the vivid, colourful skyline sticker matches the furniture in the room.

Children's playroom

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Creating a comfort interior design for kids

Wall art in your child’s room will also help you create a relaxing spot, as seen in the picture below. Get the total effect by adding cushions or leather poufs and a nice carpet where your children will read and let their imagination run wild.

Children's playroom

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Decorating with toys and games

Add a little bit of fun to your kid’s space décor by placing games such as building blogs around the room. A hopscotch floor sticker will also make the play area a special place and will help you survive the rainy days.

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Building a fun bedroom

Let your kid feel independent with a room like the one in this picture. Below, build a little house for them to play and have fun. Above, place their bed with a guard rail to keep them save. You will save space and your child will find bedtime so amusing.

Children's playroom

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Getting the most out of the staircase

Turn the space under your stairs into a wonderful place area for your kids. Hang a chalkboard on the wall, fill bookcases with children’s books and add their favourite toys. Complete the look with comfortable tailor-made furnishings.

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When fun meets comfort in the playroom

This is a brilliant idea to create a fun, comfy space for your kids. The Indian teepee tent seen in the picture will delight both parents and children. A wonderful hideout for your kids, it will also give their playroom a beautiful look.

Children's playroom

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All white everything

Proud of your all-white home décor? Give your kid’s playroom a classic, elegant look with white furniture and functional storage. Add a little bit of colour with cute cushions, pictures on the wall and fun decorative pieces. 

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Lego-inspired play area

Do your kids love Lego? Give them the biggest surprise by personalising their room with their favourite toy. Themed accessories, Lego wallpapers and large red, black, yellow, green and blue bricks will help you get the desired look.

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Bringing the sea to your home décor

If your child is more into boats and harbours, here you have an inspiring idea to get a nautical-themed playroom. A large fishing vessel, a pair of plastic flying seagulls and a city wallpaper will complete the look.

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Designing a zoned playroom

If you are lucky enough to have a big play area at home, use the opportunity to divide the space into zones where your kids will develop different skills. Organised storage will help you create an efficient playroom and, at the same time, will encourage your children to take the time to tidy up.

Children's playroom

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