09, Aug 2018 | Interior Design
Creating the perfect environment for our kids to grow up in is not an easy task. There are plenty of aspects one must bear in mind. When we’re designing our kids bedroom, we can’t ever forget (nor it should cross our minds to avoid it) creating a playroom space. Truth be told, having a playroom it’s a lot easier than not having one. That way, kids will have their very own space to play, without parents having to worry about kids creating a mess. Today, Circu Blog is going to show you some 5 very important aspects you shouldn’t ignore in order to create the perfect playroom design for your kids. Thank us later.
Freshly painted wood and a huge sash window keeps this playroom light and bright with minimal fuss. Give your young ones ample and flexible floor space for imaginative play. Cover hard floors with soft, colorful rugs to create an inviting and vibrant room. Add plenty of seating so there is space to socialize with friends and to find some quiet chill-out time. If you have space, a sofa bed is a good option if there is room as then the playroom can double as an extra bedroom for sleepovers if needed. Bean bags are a good low-budget option, too.
This playroom has had an alcove specially designed with a workstation in mind. Two sturdy cupboards support the wooden worktop desk. The wood’s rich tones warm up the bright room while floating shelves above store a multitude of toys in co-ordinating storage. When planning a playroom, think about including a workspace. From nursery ideas to the teenage rooms a designated space for coloring or homework is a must. Put a corner to good use and add in a low table and child-size chairs. If you don’t have much room, try a flip-down wall-mounted table. You’ll also need storage for stationery that will keep supplies and creative materials orderly. A moveable trolley is a great solution.
Once you have the fundamentals sorted you can let your child inject their own personality with decoration and soft furnishings that are easy to update as your child grows. This nautical theme is age-friendly and just a new coat of paint or quick removal of the boat rug will transform the boyish vibe instantly.
Here’s a playroom scheme where things are definitely looking up. The focal point is the bright yellow striped ceiling, which gives a lift to a grown-up monochrome decor. Texture plays a key role in this scheme with a cowhide effect floor covering and sheepskin rugs adding softness underfoot and making playtime even more inviting.
Be creative with furniture or try adding a tent or den. Here a cabin bed has been turned into its own capsule playroom in the form of a timber treehouse-style structure ready for adventure. Vibrant blue-and-white striped walls ooze creativity and vibrancy, while a quirky colored mattress makes a modern alternative to chill-out bean bags. A funky green rubber floor gives the impression of grassy fields and makes a safe alternative to the hard floor.
The Teepee bed is a children’s tent bed inspired by the traditional indigenous tents. The Teepee Room has a playful design influenced by the Disney princess Pocahontas and her free-spirited and highly spiritual person. Kids will be drawn to this room because of the sense of adventure that it inspires.