For the past couple of years there was no real organization or theme to the playroom. Everything was just kind of thrown in there and it was always a mess and not fun to look at. It got to a point that we didn't even know what we had! My two year old just started preschool recently and I wanted to mimic the structure (and fun!) of her new school in her playroom.
First I scoured Pinterest and of course Project Nursery for ideas. I knew I wanted an art section and a reading section. What was the most fun to put together was her little cafe area (cafe idea found here). Instead of printing and framing the menus, I used chalkboard and a chalk marker to create my own (please excuse my poor handwriting). I purchased the letters on the wall from Michaels in white and painted them a fun turquoise color. I wanted to keep the room gender neutral as we would like to have more children. Most everything in the room was either purchased at Target or Michaels Craft Store.
I love seeing my daughters art hanging on the wall and so does she! It's the true focal point of the playroom. This was such a fun room to put together!