You can use colors that you normally wouldn't in your house and it can be a lot of fun creating it.
Think about the whole family being able to use the playroom.
There can be space and special areas for the whole family to enjoy.
Use your creative side to create a play area that your family can enjoy for years to come.
Children get inspired to play when everything is organized and inviting.
No one wants to dig through a deep toy box trying to find something to do.
If organized well, toys with parts and games with pieces should stay organized and be easy to access when you want them.
Keep children's toys on their level.
Low shelving, like you may see in a preschool or church Sunday school room is great for small children.
Section off different areas so that like-items stay together.
You can have a reading corner, game area, arts and crafts area, cars and trucks section, building area, and more.
Keeping games together, blocks together, and other like-items in common areas makes cleaning much easier.
It's difficult to stay organized if everything with different parts is always getting mixed up.
If you only have to separate game pieces, then organizing your games is easier.
If possible, set up physical dividers for each play area.
Shelves that jut out into the room can help to keep video games separate from building blocks, and so on.
You can hang curtains to create a quiet, private reading area.
A pop-up tent is a great place to keep stuffed animals and other soft things that need a large amount of storage.
Tables are perfect for art or board games.
Install a cabinet at one end of the table and you have good storage that keeps things used on the table close at hand and easy to put away.
Using buckets and bins on the shelves will make it easy for children to pull out only what they want when they're ready to play.
They can dump the contents, play for as long as they want, and the pieces are easy to toss back in and place back in their spot on the shelves.
Take photos to label shelves and buckets so that it's easy for little ones to visually see what goes where.
If your playroom has a closet, you can use it to store things that are choking hazards for little ones, or to keep things that are hard to clean up.
Games with very small parts that aren't used very often can go into the closet.
You can also use the closet to store out of season clothing and other toys that you want to rotate out.
Rotating your toy inventory can help you to keep the room from looking cluttered and also keep your kids interested in their toys for longer.
Use baby hangers, infant hangers, and children's hangers for all of your kids' clothing so that there is plenty of room for shelving, large toys, or other storage items in the closet.
Because kids' clothes are so short, you may want to install a shelf about four feet up in the closet for extra storage.
You can staple or nail a blanket or towels from this shelf to create a fun hide-away area for kids to play in.
Use your imagination and your playroom will quickly become your kids' favorite area in the house.