Provision for storage with shelves at levels that are just the right height will help keep everything where it should be. You can paint it in bright colours and add doors if you like, or pretty curtains. If you decide to use a shelving unit up against a wall, remember to anchor this securely to the wall using brackets on each side at the top and bottom.
Flooring in playrooms is also important. Non-slip is ideal, and floorboards can look smart and clean. Hardwearing carpeting is also available in attractive colours and designs, so if the playroom walls are plain, your flooring can be brightly patterned to liven up the décor.
Windows & Doors
There are many extra ingredients that you can add to customise your child’s play space, providing it doesn’t become overcrowded and cluttered, as it could then become less attractive to your child. Choose pretty lighting, snazzy wall art and a good old-fashioned nursery clock for starters.