Ah! The magic of chalkboard paint. Paint out a wall, then add oodles of storage for art supplies and toys. Voila! Kid's paradise.
No room for a dedicated playspace inside your home? Think outside the box (or the house). A repurposed garden shed makes a great outdoor playroom.
A full-size stage (complete with scenery) is a dream come true for budding thespians. This one is quite grand, but the idea can be adapted to smaller spaces.
A bedroom can easily double as a playspace...especially when it features a bed as whimsical as this one.
Another great idea for a bedroom/playroom? Add casters to the bed and nightstand. They can easily be rolled out of the way when games require a little more space.
Although most of us don't have this much space to dedicate entirely to the munchkins, this room offers a good idea. Look for unused spaces such as the bridge pictured here and turn them into cozy reading nooks. All it requires is a few pillows and a basket of books.
Playrooms often work best when they are divided into stations. This room illustrates that concept beautifully.
A bed with cozy linens offers the perfect spot for kids to cuddle up with a good book...or a parent!