Pin a Playroom Contest Winners

We had so much fun looking through all of the entries for our Pin a Playroom Contest on Pinterest. Honestly, we were blown away by the creativity, playfullness that went into the boards. While it was no easy feat, we narrowed down the 327 entrants to one grand prize winner and five runner ups.

Drum roll please….

Heather Good stole the show with her future attic playroom & library. Heather's ingenuity shines through in her drawing of what she hopes the current empty attic space will be. She pulled inspiration from storage, movies & the overall coziness of libraries. There is no doubt her three young children will enjoy learning and playing in this incredible space.

Playroom winner

Runner-up winners ($100 gift card):

Andrea Grabowski's playroom highlights a sweet woodland theme. We acutally saw quite of bit of this genre, however we loved Andrea's modern look & feel of this charming trend.

Martha Louise Shamp's playroom is very feminine, soft and homey. It brought us back to the innocence & discovery of childhood.

Rachel Wagner put together a color scheme we absolutely love – red & teal. The inspiration items are vibrant and bold- perfect for a modern playroom.

Michelle DuPuis's board is very eclectic yet soothing. She pulled a lot of greys and yellows (one of our fav color palletes right now) to keep this shared adult/kid room functional and cozy.

Caitlin J created a library inspired playroom. Sure not to miss details like a story time rug & comfy seating, what kid wouldn't like kicking back with their favorite read?!

 

Thank you again for all the hard work & imagniation in these boards. We will reach out to the winners. Stay tuned for more fun contests!

By Katie Harrington

In addition to being the mom to heart-throb toddler, Gavin, Katie’s in charge of all things social media and PR at Nod. She’s exceedingly energetic, which is good since, like the rest of us, she’s just trying to figure out how to be an incredible mom, while working and still having a blast being young herself! (BTW, we think she’s nailing it, but she’d probably disagree…darn mommy guilt.)