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Playing with Playroom Design on Pinterest

When it comes to playroom design, all the rules go out the window. This is one room where it’s okay to color outside the lines. From bold color palettes to unique furniture, the space should be built to inspire creativity and allow the imaginations of our little ones to come to life. So how do you achieve those goals? It all comes down to great design.

Join us as we play with playroom designs Wednesday, May 22nd at 6pm PDT/9pm EDT, all inspired by Little Nest‘s ultra-chic and modern children’s furniture. This is one party via Pinterest you won’t want to miss!

Little Nest Modern Children's Furniture Playroom Design Pin Party

We’re calling upon the industries’ top designers and bloggers to help design stunning playrooms based around Little Nest’s contemporary pieces.

Featuring special guest pinners from Little Crown Interiors, lay baby lay, My Tiny Nest, Pretty Prudent, Andrika King Design, Triple Threat Mommy and buymodernbaby

 

Log on Wednesday, May 22nd at 6pm PDT/9pm EDT to see the pinning in progress, or check back after to see our complete Modern Playroom Design Inspiration pinboard.

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  • Alyssa

    You said it well… when it comes to the playroom, all rules of design go out the window! I am very particular about complementing colors and about strictly sticking to a theme in the room. But when I created a playroom for the kids, i used all the colors available and I didn’t care about the theme. As long as a particular item looks good and looks cool, it automatically makes the cut.

  • Andrea Lowe

    I love those chair where there are two girls running around! So cute.

  • Aurora

    Playrooms only have one requirement: they should be FUN!

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