Playroom Nook Design

Designing a toddler playroom nook

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We officially have a toddler in our house. Which means that things are definitely changing around here. Everything has been childproofed and we’ve had to make things more play-friendly.

We have a fun toy box downstairs in our living room that gets emptied daily, but we wanted our little guy to have a play area that was just for him. I decided that it was time to finally make his room all about him and design him a toddler playroom nook. I had left a few tall shelves in the corner that just didn’t have a good home. Since he’s starting to climb that was the first thing to get moved out.

Playroom Nook Design

For a safer solution, we laid one of the shelves on its side and turned it into a great storage area for toys and a few of our favorite books. I made sure to place some of his favorite stuffed animals on top to (hopefully) discourage him from climbing on top of it.

Playroom Nook Design

To make him a designated play area in his room, I used these fun Skip Hop Playspot Geo Foam Floor Tiles ($79) to decorate the floor and make it perfect for rolling cars and toys across. I love that it comes with a dozen ideas on how to lay them out in different patterns. We’ve had fun trying out different combinations to see which one fit his room decor best!

This post was contributed as part of the Savvy Sassy Moms Product Scouts Program. You can find more from Lani on her blog, Life Anchored.

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