Saturday, October 23, 2010

Your Playrooms

I am so excited that I have so many amazing playrooms to share with you today. These were all submitted by my readers and I love how unique each one is. 

The Coleman Playroom

I just love what Katie has done with this room! I think the wall color is my favorite. The curtains and light fixture make such a huge statement.

DePeter Playroom

This playroom created quite the challenge for Deb. With so many windows storage was difficult. But I think it looks amazing. I love all the natural light and the painted ceiling. What a great color! 

That giant pencil is perfect! 

Hill Playroom

Amanda used rain gutter to hold these books. I love that they are blue! She let her kid help design this playroom. There is a boy's side and a girl's side. 

Can you guess which one this is?

Olson Playroom

Organized and clean. I love the bright accents in this playroom designed by Celeste

Salam Playroom

In this playroom Iman uses the chalkboard to separate the play area from the t.v area. 

McFeely Playroom
The bookshelves are made from Rain Gutters. The cool silver letters are just cardboard ones that Kerstin spray painted.  The ikea storage unit doubles as a stage! 

She keeps some toys on a higher shelf to prevent them from all being out all the time. 

Armelle Playroom

Everything Caroline designs always looks great. This playroom is no exception. Those globes make me happy. 

Sayre Playroom

Jen did a great job wit this playroom. 

Everything has a place. I love all that organization. 

Juliet's Playroom

Vanessa does not have room in her home for a separate playroom so she uses her daughter's room to store al her toys. 

Stinson Playroom 

Ashley got all of her storage and even the rug from Ikea. The blue and green look very crisp against all the white. 

Milners Playroom

Rosaleen's Playroom is one part play room, on part office, one part craft room and one part school since her kids are educated at home. 

Riley's Playroom

I seriously adore this room done by Rachel. I think my favorite part is the use of yellow and white stripes. The room also doubles as a guest bedroom as the sofa pulls out into a bed. The play table is on casters so they can move it out of the way when they need to pull out the sofa. 

This bulletin board with alphabet art is awesome! 

The hallway leading up to the room is painted in chalkboard paint. 

Thanks to everyone who submitted a playroom. If you have a link to a playroom you've done please submit it below. Thanks! 


  1. I love all of these! I really needed this inspiration for a project I'm working on. Thanks for putting all of this together!

  2. Lucky lucky kids!! Love them all and I would have loved to play in any as a kid!

  3. holy cow! i am definitely going to bookmark this for someday when i have a playroom.

  4. What a fun post! I love seeing all the book storage ideas! Thanks for featuring our room. :)

  5. I am seriously in love with this post! What great ideas all these rooms are!

  6. Great playrooms, and an awesome series, Kirsten! I might be feeling a *teeny* bit inspired to start working on our awful bonus/toy room. . .

  7. They all are fabulous spaces. I love seeing how people design for their kids. ;)

  8. Thanks so much for sharing these - we are looking to turn our un-used formal lounge into a play room, so the timing is perfect!!

  9. I am SO inspired by all these cute playrooms! Good job, mamas! The one with the "boys side, girls side" did make me do a double take though..."heman woman hater" made my feminist side come out, lol. Just not something I'd be wanting to to plant in my sons' minds (or my daughters' for that matter).

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  12. I love how it says play in the room. It just makes the kids motivated to have fun.

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