Sure, such well-designed kid furniture would be easy to fit in any room, but it looks especially quaint near this large, lovely window.
Including a play table in your child's bedroom makes perfect sense if you have the space. If not, consider adding a colorful rug to a corner of your living area to make your child feel more comfortable.
Older children need a place of their own too. This larger table (with colorful markers as a centerpiece) fits right in with the room's decor and makes the perfect space for homework and drawing.
If you have a spare room, start collecting smaller furniture to create a play area that's all for the kids.
Most children go through a stage during which they love trains. When they outgrow that stage, this table can be used as an art table that still fits into any of the grownups' rooms.
Placing a small table and chairs in an open, multi-use spot in your home will help you keep an eye on what the little ones are up to.
If you have a little table but are worried about room for chairs, consider buying a couple of cushioned stools. The stools can easily be tucked under the table or moved from room to room for perfect kid-friendly seating.