I’m excited to share the project I’ve been working on over the last month, but I’m more excited that I don’t have to keep our playroom door closed at all times anymore. I pulled the space together using the navy sectional we already had, a bunch of great products from Target’s Pillowfort collection for kids, a fun wallpaper and an unexpected color palette. You can read more about the makeover on Good Housekeeping and over on Target’s blog, A Bullseye View.
Five kids means five different things going on at one time. I mixed up seating by adding two cute tuffets (love that name!) and an activity table. I also threw all of their crayons in wood bins for easy access and extra paper and notebooks in big, woven storage baskets stored on the bottom shelves of the bookcases.
Kids’ artwork is just too creative and colorful to not use in their play space (or around the rest of the house, as far as I’m concerned!). I also mixed in a fun lighted anchor. (A gallery wall can include objects—and nothing has to match.)
Angled walls can be tricky—especially when there’s a window in the middle. I decided to make ours a focal wall by using a colorful (removable) wallpaper. I had originally envisioned built-in bookshelves around the windows, but using two open bookcases was a way more economical fit.
art + accessories
Thanks to Target for partnering with me on this post by supplying the PIllowfort product used. All opinions and design are my own. Affiliate links used.