There are so many wonderful ways you can decorate your toddler’s playroom. It’s also possible to turn it into a space that they can enjoy story time and some homeschool time. It’s best to make sure that the playroom is inspirational and different from the bedroom. Allow the playroom to provide a sense of creativity. The bedroom should be different in that it should be a room where your toddler can relax to fall asleep. In order to get started, consider these four tips.
1. Decide on a color palette.
Granted, it’s not necessary for all of the toys to match the color scheme of the room. Instead, decide on a color scheme for the furniture, rugs and wall paint. When everything looks cohesive, it’s a lot easier on the eyes. Consider what your toddler’s favorite color is. Build upon that color with complementary options.
2. Install floating shelves.
Take advantage of the wall space by installing floating shelves. You can use the shelves to store toys, storybooks and stuffed animals. Make sure that a few of the shelves are within your toddler’s reach. When they’d like to read a specific book, it’s good for them to be able to access it without your help.
3. Provide entertainment.
The playroom is meant for your toddler to have tons of fun. Provide different options for playtime. Most toddlers love playing in forts and tents. You can purchase a tent for one corner of the room. Hang an indoor toddler swing for the times when they want to go for a fun ride. If they love music, purchase a toy drum set and a piano. The playroom is meant for imaginative fun. Knowing this, keep the iPad and television out of this room. If you want to have any electronics, include speakers so they can listen to great music. Otherwise, allow your toddler to create their own stimulating experience.
4. Remember comfort.
Make sure that there is a comfort level. Place a plush area rug in the middle of the room. Make sure it’s easy to clean. Add some comfortable seating options like a glider with the matching ottoman.