Rugs, cushy seating, the long seating with pillows--all create a soft space to encourage comfortable lingering. The low, accessible books are great.
From the pull-out art paper to floor toys etc, his environment offers a plethora of play options.
The space need not be overrun with toys to encourage play. This table is great. And the room provides plenty of floor space.
Small chairs are so bizarrely intriguing to children, who love things (for once!) just their size. Love the minimalism of this space.
Just as you encourage your children, think outside of the box. My grandmother (yes that's right) has a porch swing installed inside of her house. When asked why, she answers, why not. What a great way to teach our kids to see the world.
This quiet corner of a house provides a perfect distinctly children's space.
Providing pretend play materials will not only occupy children for hours (and look adorable), but teach them important life skills.
This playroom, also serving as the bedroom, is custom-tailored for a very sweet little girl. Remember to think of what your specific child needs in their environment.
This playroom (also the bedroom) is just plain fun. Designed just as a child thinks. Lots of stations to attract the child's attention.
Be it intricate or simple, the space you create for your children, as seen with these bed-jumping babies, should bring them the sweetest joy that childhood offers.