I dig this adorable storage idea and the fact that these are interlocking and stackable. They also come in a ton of colors, just like the blocks they're patterned after.
What playroom doesn't need a toybox? This one coordinates with the storage cubbies, although it obviously isn't stackable. I like that the lid has a safety hinge so no little fingers get pinched — less crying for you to deal with!
These boxes fit inside the bookcase to neatly conceal even the rattiest of toys.
This is just an awesome touch for a playroom. It's whimsical and adds life to the space. It's also good for teaching even the youngest kids responsibility — as long as you can trust them not to dump in a whole container of fish food.
I'm in love with the bold, bright, cheery colors of this print. And of course, it never hurts to familiarize your little ones with letters, even before they can read or write.
What goes great with the letter print? A number print, of course!
The colors of this rug coordinate with the colors in the wall art and tie it all together. Also, it's not so busy that it hurts your eyes.
Why pendant lights? Because they just look cool. I especially like the way this one has a curved stem that echoes the curvy pattern in the rug.
These valances are simple, bright and easy to maintain — the perfect frame for a playroom window.
These frames would be perfect for displaying photos of the kids, something or someone they love, or their artwork.
A huge beanbag? Yes, please! I can't imagine a playroom without a beanbag for reading, lounging, gaming, napping or whatever else a kid can dream up.
This is the perfect little TV and gaming console. It's not a huge space-hog, but it still has plenty of room to hold all that gaming stuff that's usually flung about everywhere. I like that the back is open so that you can just slip the cords neatly through.
Wall letters are a fun way to personalize a playroom. You could spell out the kids' names, or perhaps a helpful reminder like "Don't come out until I call you."
This is a picture ledge, but it also looks like a fantastic place to put pots of finger paints, jars of crayons or paintbrushes, and other art supplies. It would be perfect mounted over a craft table.
This little stool would be great for extra seating, or for getting hard-to-reach items, or for pretending to be a lion tamer, or ...
Why not swing indoors? In a playroom (almost) anything should be possible! This would bring one of the kids' favorite outdoor activities inside for all sorts of weather.