The Playroom That Matches Your Home

When I was a kid, I was lucky enough to have parents who turned our entire finished basement into a toy room for my brother and I. She always wanted the toy room to look like a cohesive part of the house, but how to make a kids play room fit in with the rest of the homes decor? And where do you put all of the toys?

These are questions the all women wonder as they are picking up Barbies and Legos from a long day stuck in doors, and that is why I am writing this blog. This post is for all of the mothers who sacrifice their clean home for their child’s happiness. Hopefully this post brings a little bit of peace and cohesion back into your home.

DIY Painted “Play” Sign

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Photo Credit: attagirlsays

This project is a very easy DIY sign that can be finished to look like a wooden farmhouse sign that would bring cohesion to a farm house designed home.

All you need are 2 planks of wood, wooden letters, super glue and paint that you can get at your local craft store.

In the original article  that was posted on attagirlsays.com, she states “the brighter the better,” when it comes to paint color, though for cohesion sake, you could paint it a more muted color that goes with the scheme of your home.

This project is as simple as painting the wooden planks, painting the wooden letters and attaching them with glue and then hanging it up on the wall. It is a cute and fun way to bring a little fun into your playroom without straying too far from the look of your home.

 

Chalkboard Kids Table

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Photo from andcute.com

When I was a kid, my mother took my plan wooden play table and wanted it so that it looked like water. She then added Little Mermaid adhesive characters to the table so that I had my very own Disney table. My brother played with me on the table until he got to the age when he realized that it was a little “girly” and then he went off and would play with more “boy” things. This table below is the perfect way to change a plan table into a unisex children’s table that all of your kids will be fighting to play on. Chalkboard tables are really not all that hard to make if you have a plan kids table laying around. All you need is some primer and some chalkboard paint and your kids will have the coolest table on the block.

The Organized Playroom

Keeping a toy room organized is one of the hardest things a parent can do. But with this easy numbered storage unit, you will be able to keep your place organized easy, peasy. All you need for this are fabric baskets, felt, number stencils, and some glue. Simply cut out the numbers from the felt, and glue or pin them onto the fabric basket. Then you simply have to teach your kids which number goes with which toy, (which is far harder than actually doing this project.)

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Photo Credit: The House of Figs

I hope this article could give you some hope that your play room doesn’t have to look like a rainbow exploded in it. These toy rooms are just as fun as the ones with colorful plastic toy chests, they just fit into the design of the home better.

 

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