Moving from the city to the suburbs was going to be a big transition for my kids. The city lifestyle is all they have ever known. Our apartment was small, so we were always in the same room together. Our living room was also the guest bedroom, playroom, and dining room.
When we were looking for our new house, one of the things that was the top on my priority list was a playroom for the kids. Although we no longer had Central Park as our backyard, they could soon have their own space in the house that they could let their creativity soar.
I wanted their playroom to be bright and cheery and a fun space for them to play. It had to be timeless and something that could easily grow with them, but still accommodate three kids that were different ages and at different stages in their life.
I designed the room with the Candy Dot Rug as my inspiration. It was the perfect piece that provided bold colors yet wouldn’t overwhelm the room.
The Storagepalooza provided the perfect amount of storage space for all of their toys. And there’s even room for more!
I love that the Up Against the Wall storage set doesn’t take up much space in the room, yet gives them an area that they can draw, paint, and be creative!
The girls have been playing in this room non-stop. From tea parties, arts and crafts, and even putting on musical numbers, this room could not have been more perfect for them. For more details and pictures of the playroom, please visit my blog A Mommy in the City.