Published On: Tue, Jan 25th, 2022

5 Fun & Affordable Additions To Your Kid’s Playroom

If you are lucky enough to have a designated room within your home that is purposefully designed to be a playroom of sorts for your children, then it is likely to be overrun with toys, games, and all manner of arts and crafts materials. 

Conversely, however, if you have sectioned off a part of your living room, bedroom, or any other room within the property, it can be even harder to properly organize and control the children’s play area mess. 

Luckily, a myriad of different products, furniture pieces, and décor ideas will simultaneously help keep the room or area from descending into absolute chaos and provide excitement and stimulation for the children, all of which are much more affordable than you may think. 

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  • Lego Wall


If your child or children have a keen passion and interest for all things Lego, a fantastic and affordable way of simultaneously keeping the Lego bricks away from the floor and causing potential foot injuries and decorating the room is to affix Lego bases to a section of the wall. A Lego wall is very eyecatching and will provide the kids with hours of entertainment.


  • Giant Bean Bags


There are many reasons why investing in a brightly colored, 100% washable, and incredibly durable giant bean bag couch for your child’s playroom is up there with the best ideas of the year.

Your children will love to use the giant bean bag couch to climb on. As well as make dens, play by themselves and with friends, and snuggle down to watch cartoons and movies, all in a safe and soft environment. 


  • Fabric Covered Ottoman


One of the most perfect investments is that of a fabric-covered ottoman to store the seemingly endless and strangely multiplying collection of toys, games, and other paraphernalia. 

Wonderfully, there are numerous ottoman suppliers across the length and breadth of the United States who specialize in designing and producing ottomans specific to the needs of children. 


  • Chalkboard Wall


Unfortunately, most children, regardless of whether they display a particularly creative gene or not, tend to want to draw on the walls, doors, skirting boards, and basically any other available surface.

To channel their artistic attributes into a substantially less costly and untidy avenue, attach a large chalkboard to the wall or invest in a free-standing chalkboard on an easel. Rest a large box of assorted and multi-color chalks as well as a chalkboard eraser, and your children can draw away to their heart’s content. 


  • Craft Table


Just as most children love to draw, they are also usually obsessed with creating artistic paintings and messing about with plasticine and all manner of other arts and crafts bits and bobs. 

Hopefully, the floor of the playroom is not covered in carpet and is instead a laminate and therefore wipeable surface, which is practical for crafting. The erection of a light, wooden, and child-safety checked table and set of wooden chairs will provide your children with the perfect place to create their next masterpiece. 

Author: Carol Trehearn

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