Now the playroom, this room was initially a very bland through room, with no windows, relying heavily on light from the doors to the dining area, the fireplace had been blocked up and it literally felt like a walk through room to get to another one... So we opened it up to join the dining area, changed to floor to solid wood, opened up the fireplace and put a stove in. Painted either side with blackboard paint, put up some picture rails and filled it with pictures and fun kids accessories and toys. It is now a room, if not the most fun room in the house! The first thing I got was the pink sofa and the rest has been gradually added over the last two years, in fact too much gets added, which means a regular de-clutter is often required.
The key to keeping the clutter at bay, is lots of storage, you can't have enough baskets, stacking boxes and drawers for all the little bits. Baskets are so easy to throw things into at the end of the day and look good too!
Sofa - Loaf.com
Toy kitchen - Tidlo
Lamb bookcase - Rowen and Rren
Teepee - Wildfire teepees
Play table - GLTC
Book rack - GLTC
Playmatt - Wildfireteepees
Drawers storage units x2- Cox and Cox
Boxes - GLTC
Play sign - Daisy's and Dinosaurs
Neon heart - Violet and Thistle
Baskets - John Lewis
Cotton baskets- Wildfire teepees
personalised storage box: Plantabox
Stove - Morso
Paint - Strong White Farrow and Ball
Chalkboard paint: Escos paints
Picture frames - The White Company, Cox and Cox, Ikea and Brissi
Style the Clutter
Interiors By Leoma Harper
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