About a month ago I shared our nursery, so I thought it about time I also shared our playroom it’s fast becoming one of my favourite rooms in the house.
We wanted to create a space that could be played in, but would also transition into a bedroom easily once our little/s are big enough. Luckily we have quite a large space to play with so have been making the most of it and we’re really happy with the progress. Approximately 90% of the room is Ikea, but then who doesn’t love Ikea?
We love hanging out in this space and planning out the future, thinking about all the little indoor adventures we’re going to have – because let’s be honest the British weather means we’ll have a lot of indoor time in the years to come.
I’ve loved decorating this room, and I have to admit Pinterest has really inspired many elements here (you can see my playroom board here).
^^turns out our sofa bed from Ikea is actually quite comfy, a total bargain and fab for sleepovers. The cats also seem to like it.^^
So here’s a little look around our playroom
^^storage is a big deal to me, and I love the versatility of the Kallax collection at Ikea. I think this is our fourth unit now. It’s perfect for everything; toy storage, clothes storage, book case, display case! I’m also very much in love with our mini children’s library which we started at my baby shower with gifts from my friends and family.^^
^^the Lego storage head was a gift from a friend for my baby shower and was filled with baby goodies.It’s literally perfect for this room.^^
^^and as huge Lego fans we had to make a Lego table for when we want to play. The bottom table will be for drawing etc. Both from Ikea.^^
As a mother who loves to travel, I’d love to take Henry on a trip to Disneyland Paris someday. The trip won’t be cheap, but I’ve learned that I can buy or rent a Disney Vacation Club timeshare on the DVC Resale Market at a steeply discounted price.