Hello there! Dawn here, from DesigningDawn.com, and I’m trying out something fun and new this month with my contributor post, so let me know what you think in the comment section!
If you follow Remodelaholic on Facebook (and you should!), you’ve probably seen several of the reader questions that are submitted every month. It is so amazing that we all have this community of readers to chime in and give great advice on home decorating or renovation, isn’t it? I love the helpful community vibe of these posts, and thought that this month it would be fun to pick a reader submitted question and mock up what I would do if I were in your shoes!
First though, my disclaimer: While I can recommend products that I think look nice, I have never seen this room in real life and don’t have accurate measurements. I can’t guarantee that any of the products I put in my ‘virtual’ design will actually fit correctly in the space (or that they’ll fit your design style for that matter), and this is not intended to be a professional design consultation. So think of this as a just-for-fun rendering that hopefully gets your wheels turning and provides some inspiration!
On to the fun stuff!
READER QUESTION from Kelly –
“I am just wanting ideas for this playroom, looking for some tips or ideas. Our kids play room is just cluttered and it’s driving me nuts!”
Well, Kelly, here’s what I would do with this space:
I think a play room is an awesome space to go bold with color and pattern. So I incorporated a bright geometric rug and some colorful dipped curtains to soften things up, as well as large graphic wall art to bring in even more color and pattern. I think a fun chalkboard paint wall would also be a great addition to help break up the neutral walls, and if you have the space for it, adding in a small kids craft table would give the kiddos a dedicated place to color, paint, and make those play-dough masterpieces.
So what do you think? What would you do with Kelly’s playroom?
As I mentioned above, this rendering is not to scale. However, here is a helpful list of sources for items in this room if you are interested!
As always, thank you to Cassity and the Remodelaholic team for having me back each month. If you like this post, and want to see more reader room mockups, let me know! (And ask your questions by sending Remodelaholic a message over on Facebook.) Also I’d love for you to visit me on my blog, DesigningDawn.com, or follow me on Facebook, Pinterest, or Instagram. Have a great day, friends!
See more from Dawn:
More playroom ideas:
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