Happy transformation Tuesday everyone! If you missed last week’s post, for every Tuesday in the month of March, I’m sharing a new transformation area in my home. I kicked off last week with my entry way makeover. This week is dedicated to the kids playroom makeover project. I say project because it has been many months of finding the correct pieces and I still have a few more details to add. Overall, the playroom is 95% complete, and I couldn’t be happier with the result.
If you’ve been a follower for a while the color scheme and objects in some parts of the kids playroom makeover might look familiar. The bean bag chair area used to be in our girl’s hidden clubhouse under the stairs. When we noticed they weren’t using it as much, Riley especially not wanting to go in alone, we changed things up. The area the playroom is in was originally the dining area. We decided to combine the dining area with the living room space, and dedicate this entire area to the girls for their entertainment. As you can see they have multiple themes and types of entertainment in the playroom.
Kid’s Playroom Themes:
I love this area. This is where the girls are more likely to relax because of the tv. When we want them to settle down a bit we put on a Netflix movie, pop some popcorn, and sit them on the beanbag. Those cubbies are FILLED with toys too so sometimes Riley likes to play with toys while watching her shows.
This trampoline is one of the best gifts we’ve ever gotten for the girls. Talk about the perfect storm of getting energy out without destroying the house LOL. The costumes and outfits hanging are also something they’re starting to use more. Especially for flashlight dance parties.
What’s better than a play grocery store and kitchen area? They even have a large easel to color pictures or take orders on. This is honestly the area the girls spend a majority of their time playing in. Which shouldn’t be too shocking since Jordyn loves cooking and Riley is following right behind her.