As parents, we all want our kids to have a space in our homes that’s completely theirs.
A space where they can enjoy and spend time uninterrupted. A space that’s safe- aka a playroom.
And while setting up this playroom might seem like the ideal scenario, it can get a bit tricky to put together, especially if you’re trying to stick to a budget.
Is it Worth Having a Playroom?
Playrooms can provide an inexpensive place for kids to entertain themselves without requiring too much adult supervision.
Simply put, a ‘yes’ space is an area where a child feels completely secure and safe. It is a space where the child can freely explore everything in a more relaxed manner.
What is a “Yes” Space?
What Should Be in a Playroom?
Playrooms can also be anything from being an entire room dedicated just for toys to being a section of the family room set aside specifically for your kid to spend his playtime.
There are a few key sections that’ll make up your kid’s playroom.
Think about the space in your house that your child likes the most to be in.
This one’s a biggie! Try to keep the furniture minimal yet safe enough to be used without adult supervision.
Playrooms do not have to be expensive, your kids will probably enjoy their new space even if you just add a special rug or paint some fun colors on the walls!
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