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.
As an adult, I'm overwhelmed at the potential for fun in this space. Constructing a multi-level entertainment complex like this one will turn your residence into a headquarters for kids. Can't say I didn't warn you.
Shop secondhand. “There’s no need to spend a lot of money on this space,” says Wolfe. “Unless you plan on having toddlers around for 10 years, you truly need furnishings to look good and last for around five years.” Wolfe suggests taking advantage of secondhand stores like Salvation Army, garage sales or super discount places. “Remember, there are ecofriendly paints in every color under the sun to make an old piece new and fun again,” she says.
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added by moriahsterling to Playroom (26 hours ago)
I love the design of this playroom for my children, its a fun vibrant area with bright colors that they can play and organize their toys. I like the club house at the top with the reading center.