Yesterday I showed off our playroom and school areas. Today I am going more in depth with our playroom. One of my hobbies is pouring over home organization pictures. So, if you are like me, then you will appreciate the details in this post!
When you walk in the playroom, this is the basic view of the room you get…
To left, we have this wall below. Hayleigh, our 15 month old, sleeps in the pack and play in here. She will sleep in here until she is ready to move into a big girl bed in the girls’ room. (I pull out the bed when she sleeps so she can’t grab the curtains. )The ball storage piece is a grocery bag holder from IKEA.
Our “mommy only” closet is kind of picture heavy so it will have its very own post tomorrow! Here’s a sneak peek… *update* Click here for a detailed tour of this closet!
We then move right to this area below. The book carousel was picked up at a garage sale for $5. Hubby thought it was ugly but I’m glad I went with my gut and grabbed it. Our easy readers fit well in it and one day our chapter books will replace them! The IKEA wall lights were also garage sale finds, as well as the hanging orange lantern.
In the corner, we have our tv with more toy storage! The painted picture at the top on the shelf was done by hubby when he was little. I think it fits perfectly in our playroom!
On the far wall I have three sets of bookcases we got for free! The monkey baskets were picked up at a yard sale and have picture tags I made on PowerPoint.
And that’s our playroom! Like I mentioned before, we will have four little girls age four and under soon. So everything in this room gets lots of play and use! Also, we garage sale so almost all of our toys and materials are bought at a fraction of retail cost. I am constantly purging, tossing, donating, selling and reorganizing to make sure this space doesn’t get out of control and overwhelming!
I’ve tried to create a place for everything so clean up is easy. And I try to keep the organization streamlined so it’s easy on the eyes and clean looking. It’s been a long work in progress since we use what we have or what we find used. But I finally feel like it’s finished, for the most part.
The girls love it and this space definitely works for us!
Other posts in this series…
…and more coming soon!
Check out more organizing ideas on our Homeschool & Playroom board on Pinterest!
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