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Preschool Inspired Playroom


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!


Monday 23rd of March 2020

Where is your rug from?


Tuesday 12th of June 2018

Inspiring!! Thank you so much❤


Friday 22nd of December 2017

Thank you Victoria! The wire basket was a Homegoods find!


Friday 22nd of December 2017

Perfection! Where did you find the wire basket holding the paper?


Friday 22nd of December 2017

Perfection! Where did u get the wire basket holding the paper?