kids room. Thursday , March 16th , 2017 - 13:36:11 PM
To avoid making the basement playroom look like a dungeon, you will need to install an effective lighting system. Installing track lighting, recessed lighting, and big pendant lighting works well in a kids playroom. Since basements usually have a low ceiling, recessed lighting is a very good choice. Avoid floor lamps and table lamps as these can be easily toppled by smaller kids.
Painting an eye-catching mural on one of the walls is a good idea. You could hang a string in the room and on it display your girl's "artwork". She would love all the attention that her "creations" are getting.
The playroom is akin to a recreational room for kids where they can play, read, and relax. It is a room in the whole house that kids can call their own. One thing that stops parents from setting up a playroom for their children is lack of space. Though having an extra room in the house that can be converted into a playroom is quite convenient, it is not always necessary. One thing you can do is to divide your child's bedroom and convert half of it into a playroom.
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