Whether it's a room or a corner in your living room, a playroom doesn't have to look or feel young when it comes to the styling! So today, we're showing you how you can make a playroom look sophisticated and decorate it in such a way that it can grow and change with your kids over the years. Check it out...
Artwork. For the artwork, we chose a mix of sophisticated and youthful styles that incorporate both bright and neutral colors. This helps the space feel balanced, fun, and timeless.
Movable pieces. Next, we added a rolling cart! It's a great addition to any playroom, but especially if your playroom is part of another room. A rolling cart allows you to easily move it out of the way as needed while still keeping toys and art supplies contained and organized.
Colors. We chose neutral colors like black and white for the larger furniture and mixed in colorful and gold accents. This way, once there are no more toys and a child gets older, the space will still stand on its own as a chic seating area!
Sources shown: Benjamin Moore Florida Keys Blue paint, Angie Stalker abstract painting, Tracie Andrews Society6 rainbow print, Banquet heart print, The Animal Print Shop giraffe print, Idlewild Co. Cali print, Tuesday Mourning face print, Framebridge frame, Babyletto dresser, Poketo geos, Arcade wooden rainbow, Le Sunday swan lamp, Ikea pink planter, Aelfie rug, Oh Joy DIY cart, Mountain Haus Studio wooden house blocks, Zoo Modern wooden rabbit, Oh Joy x Cloth & Co. daybed (similar), Juju & Jake knot pillow, Arro Home color block pillow (past season), Castle round pink pillow, Arro Home abstract pillow (past season), The Social Type splatter box, Paper Source pink & gold dot box, Paper Source black & white dotty box, Lea and Lani chair, Meri Meri doll, Gretel puzzle, Monroe Workshop wooden robot horse, Oh Joy DIY storage drawers, Manhattan Toy Company wooden house.