Tired of having all you kids toys scattered around your house? Do you find yourself without your personal space and having what’s left of your personal space being consumed by your kids? Well, you should consider designing a play room that both you and your kids will enjoy. This article will give you out of the box thinking on ways you can create a perfect playroom.
As always, it’s important to design a playroom that is extremely safe. A ‘safe’ room is a room that you can leave your kids in unsupervised without worrying that they can hurt themselves. Under most circumstances any room can be kids safe so long as the room was made to house occupants. This means that basements, storage rooms, and some loft areas are not entirely suitable for children to play in unless you can do some major remodeling. Here are the basics:
-Furnishings and Materials
Keeping in mind that safety comes first, finding the furniture and materials to design the room will be the funnest part. Anything from a children’s toy chest, a children’s tent bunk bed, or a giant bean bag anything is possible. Don’t be forced into believing that plastic is your only option. Most children’s furniture that are made from wood are made to withstand most wear and tear from children. Here are some suggestions:
* Rug – For really active kids, a rug might help reduce the wear and tear of your household’s carpet. However, it’s perfect for homes that have hardwood floors.