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A Colorful Boho Playroom with Room to Grow

This playroom reveal has been a long time coming. We moved into a new home a couple of years ago, and I was so excited to design this space, especially since I was able to collaborate with The Land of Nod! I have three kiddos, and it has always been important to me to have a space in which the kids can play, explore, relax and learn—and it has to be colorful! I knew that the loft area in my home would be assigned to my littles, and having a multifunctional space was super important for my family. So without further ado, here is my colorful boho playroom.

Colorful Boho Playroom

When designing any space, it is always a good idea to have a jumping off point that you use as your inspiration. When I laid eyes on this dreamy Casablanca Rug, it was love at first sight! The colors, the texture—EVERYTHING about it is perfect for this space. I love color, and I’m not afraid to use it.

Boho Playroom Decor

I’d been eyeing this Hello Pillow and knew that would be the next item I’d use to build the color palette for the space.

Hello Throw Pillow from The Land of Nod

I used the rug to define the center of the space. We already had a neutral gray sofa that was perfect for family movie nights and maybe a quick afternoon snooze. So I filled it up with colorful, comfy pillows and that darling Hello pillow is the perfect finishing touch that ties it all together.

Colorful Boho Playroom

The wall behind the sofa came next. I really wanted to add interest to the main wall, so I opted to create my version of a plank wall (I’ll be sharing the DIY soon!). I definitely have a love for gallery walls, and this cacti print was the first piece I used to build the theme.

Colorful Gallery Wall

Colorful Playroom with Gallery Wall

Colorful Playroom with Gallery Wall

One of my goals in designing the playroom was to have defined areas, and this next area is all about reading. I used some storage cubicles to create a reading nook, and the Take Five Wall Bin is the perfect storage solution for our little library. The boys use this wall bin to hold the books they are currently reading or have checked out from our local library so they don’t get mixed in with the rest of our books.

Modern Boho Reading Nook

Modern Boho Reading Nook

The wall bin also allows me to organize books by reading level since all three of my boys are at different stages of learning how to read.

Playroom Reading Nook

The Mixed Media Table Lamp is the perfect color for this quaint corner, and it casts just the right amount of light for a nighttime reading session.

Mixed Media Table Lamp from The Land of Nod

The next area that was important for the space was an area to play. I paired the black and white striped teepee with the hot pink floor cushion to create a perfect corner for a little imaginative play. When the teepee arrived, my boys went nuts! Many make-believe camping trips and star-gazing sessions have taken place so far, and I can’t wait to see what else they dream up! One zone that I didn’t include in this space is an area for art—I decided to keep that contained to their under-the-stairs homework/art closet.

Modern Play Teepee

Colorful Boho Playroom

Modern Play Teepee

I loved bringing in some natural finishes and textures, and this geometric table lamp is the perfect touch!

Geometric Table Lamp from The Land of Nod

I love how it looks against the DIY plank wall!

Playroom Storage and Decor

When designing a playroom, I think it is important to create a space that will grow with your kids. My boys are four, six and eight, and there are specific zones that appeal to their individual interests. It is also a good idea to design with a theme that can grow with them.

Colorful Boho Playroom

Bringing in bright, playful colors and lots of texture was the goal, and I think it all came together amazingly well with a few awesome pieces from The Land of Nod! This is a space that not only appeals to my boys, but that the whole family can enjoy too!

Colorful Boho Playroom

Colorful Boho Playroom

Don’t forget to be on the lookout, because I’ll be sharing the plank wall tutorial, plus a few other DIY projects from this space that you’re not going to want to miss!

Photography by Everydayness Photography

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  2. avatar Beth says:

    They were DIY made by Rebecca. You could get a similar look with inexpensive white curtains and pom pom trim in a variety of colors. Good luck with your design!

  3. avatar Lindsey says:

    Please let us know where the curtains are from, love them!

  4. avatar Katy says:

    Hello! I was wondering where your sectional and curtains were from? Love the room!

  5. avatar Erica says:

    Love the room! Sorry if I missed the response, but where are the entertainment center and shelves from?

  6. avatar Emily says:

    Where is the entertainment center from? LOVE THIS ROOM!

  7. avatar Shannon says:

    Where is the sectional from??? Love it!

  8. avatar Shannon says:

    Where is the sectional from???

  9. avatar kelly says:


    I love this! Do you know the room dimensions? We want to try something similar but think our room might be a tad smaller.



  10. avatar Carol says:

    I love your room! Please share more details of where things are from (pillows, pink, yellow and blue square frames, hexagon shelves, Star, etc)!

  11. avatar KIMBERLY B TRIPLETT says:

    I love the rug and found it on Land of Nod…but many reviews said it was not of a good quality and lasting…your views? thanks, kim

  12. avatar Amanda says:

    Curtains PLEASE!

  13. avatar Tanya says:

    Where is the sectional from?

  14. avatar Katie says:

    Yes, I love the curtain! Can you please tell me where you found it?

  15. avatar Teresa says:

    Where is the curtain from?

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