Designing a kid’s play room

Transforming our guest room into a play room is harder than I expected! Through my hours of Pinterest searching for inspiration, I found more rooms for older kids and not necessarily baby play rooms. I’m in a bit of a creative block!

I’d like a room that will transition, just like how we decorated the nursery. But with babies, you have to be mindful of all the things they’ll put in their mouths. EVERYTHING! That means, be careful about paint and things hanging on the wall that could fall, or shelves that can tip over on top of them, etc. I just have to work a little bit harder, but I will get this done.

I sometimes, ok a lot of times, start projects and then abandon them. But I have this lovely reason to push me forward and get this room done asap!

Our living room has been taken over! Seriously, how many “chairs” do they need?

I have started clearing out the guest room already, and I have an idea to make a window bench with storage underneath for books and baskets of toys. I also plan to decorate some letters for an alphabet mural and make them a growth chart. A lot of my ideas are DIY, so this could take awhile, but with twins, we’re on a budget, and I enjoy it anyway. Click To Vote For Us @ the Top Baby Blogs Directory! The most popular baby blogs



  1. says

    so true about being careful. I have 3 toddlers and bought them a bookshelf… was destroyed within the first week!! as much as I would love to buy them things, its just so hard keeping it toddler friendly/safe!
    good lick with the playroom. it will be so much fun decorating :)

  2. says

    I can’t wait till we have an actual play room for Reagan. Not that I mind her play kitchen and everything in the living room area because she keeps it very clean and organized but still … Ugh!

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