Let’s say you’ve got an extra room – this is the ideal space for a playroom. Simply put, a playroom is a room for the child to play in.
Let’s say you’ve got an extra room – this is the ideal space for a playroom. Simply put, a playroom is a room for the child to play in. He/she will not be sleeping in this room but he may also use the room to do his/her homework. Hence it is usually an option only when you have a large house or when your child sleeps in your bedroom.
You can also let siblings share a room to sleep in and then design a second children’s room as a playroom. Playrooms should be bright and colorful to stimulate a child’s imagination. Use materials like washable paint for walls and ceramic floor tiles that are hardy and easy to keep clean.
You could also use modular foam carpets. Incorporate plenty of storage for their toys, books and art material. From mini teepee tents to a kid's bed with slide and rock climbing walls, there’s no end to the possibilities of playroom design.