Aggie Lala. kids room. June 09th , 2017.
Another great idea would be to convert your attic or may be your basement into a playroom. Once you have chosen the place for the playroom, the next step would be to decorate it. So, if you want to build a playroom for your children, here are some ideas that you can refer to.
You must have a rack placed is his playroom for keeping the toys properly. The height of the rack must be within his reach, so that he can easily take out the toys and keep them back in the same place when he is finished. Arrange all the small toys like cars, trucks, dolls, etc., on the racks. Carrom board, ludo, building blocks and other types of gaming boards, can be arranged vertically on a separate shelf, or you can place them on a small table. You can purchase a fiber table along with a height adjustable stool. Instead of playing on the ground, your kid can play on the table while couching on the stool. This will prevent the toys from getting scattered on the ground. You should teach your kid to put the toys back in place after the games are over.
Playroom furniture can be broadly divided into categories based on their function. For instance, it requires ample amount of storage, a desk where your child can write or study, and a space where he/she can sit and read. All this needs to be placed in a manner such that there is enough open space to play. You can put together a collection of your choice of accessories, or you can come up with a theme based playroom idea by placing the requisite furnishings. In these categories, the basics under each category have been covered. Take a look.
When it comes to the furniture, it should be both functional and lend the space an excellent visual appeal. There should be enough storage for books, toys, art and craft items, jewelry, accessories, shoes and other things that your girl uses. Wall mounted book shelves, storage space below seating, storage beds, wicker baskets - there are numerous ways to add storage to the room, without encroaching on the space. Then there should be a separate reading space i.e. a desk and chair where your girl can read, write and do her homework.
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