Not sure where to start? Jen from IHeart Organising has come up with a simple list of items that are consistent with play spaces (or play rooms for older children) and is a great place to start if you are wanting to set one up.
I am currently working on updating Master M's Play Space, so I thought I would share some of my favourite and inspiring PLAY SPACES with you. Just click on the image to directed to the original post. Enjoy!
|via The Imagination Tree|
What I love about it: This play space is simple, yet very effective. I love the use of mirrors, treasure baskets and open ended toys. I am also inspired by the philosophies of Montessori and Reggio.
| via Adore Cherish Love|
What I love about it: This "Learning Corner" is super cute. I love the alphabet posters (Casey designed these herself) and the art work - I actually made one with Master M last week and will be putting it in his new play space. You can see Casey's tutorial here. I love the thick woven baskets too, they are perfect for books and for treasure baskets.
What I love about it: I found this post when Master M was a few months old and absolutely loved the idea of a long mirror in his play space. We had one tucked away in the wardrobe so I brought it out and he loved it! It was funny watching his facials when he saw his own face. A low shelf to display toys is a great idea too.
|via Kz and Me|
What I love about it: Creating mini centers is a great idea! Having different areas with materials/toys will encourage your baby to crawl and explore. Love it!
|via Mama Mandolin|
What I love about it: I love the shelving units with baskets - a great storage system for toys and books at eye level for your little one. Displaying artwork is important too, I love the 'clothesline' idea - definitely incorporating this idea into Master M's play space. I am also on the hunt for a little table and chair set.
Have you got a play space in your home? Please share your ideas below.
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