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If Your Home Doesn't Have A Playroom

by Nate Biggs 03/15/2020

If you don’t have a dedicated playroom space in your home, you may feel as though toys and children have taken over. Toys, games, stuffed animals, coloring books, and crayons may be all over the house if children don’t have their own space to play. 


It doesn’t have to be this way. There are a few options that you can use to let your kids have their space, and the adults have theirs. You don’t need to move just to find a home that has an area for kids to play. Read on for some ideas to help you stay stylish yet kid-friendly in your home.    


Versatile Furniture


Buying furniture that has a couple of purposes can be handy when you have kids. A coffee table with storage drawers can turn into a great place to store board games. An ottoman that has a storage component built in is a fantastic place to fantastic place to keep stuffed animals or action figures. When you have kids, finding ways to keep your style but allow children to play freely can be done easily with these types of furniture.   


Turn An Ordinary Shed Into A Magical Place


No matter what part of the country you live in, you can buy a small outdoor storage shed and turn it into a playroom. You can install portable heaters or fans in the shed for comfort. This space can become your child’s playroom detached from the house with all the comforts of home. You might even consider a treehouse, but that may afford slightly less storage or possibilities than a storage shed.    


Use The Corner Of A Room


Kids don’t have to take up the whole of a room. Consider giving little ones a corner of a room dedicated to their stuff. A small chair with a bookshelf and a few baskets of toys is all they need for a play space without fuss. Depending on the size of the room, you can even put a toy chest there for the playroom effect without the space.   


Use Baskets


Baskets are the next best things to furniture that has hidden storage. Baskets look pretty, and the contents are colorful, fun toys. There’s not too much wrong with this solution! You can even give the dog a basket for his toys.   


Find Ways To Incorporate Kids Into The Rooms Of Your Home


You can get creative when it comes to living with children. Chalkboard walls. Tiny furniture and more items are available to make your kids comfortable yet creative and keep your home stylish. Consider a chalkboard wall that allows kids to change their artwork on the daily.

With a little creativity, your kids can feel at home without a playroom and without taking over the whole house.  

About the Author
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Nate Biggs

From finding dream homes to Fix & Flips to cash-flowing investment properties, Nate loves helping clients make their goals a reality. With a degree in Architecture and a Master’s Degree in Real Estate and Construction Management, Nate has over 15 years of experience in real estate acquisitions and property management. Nate worked for large publicly-traded apartment REITs as well as small joint-venture partnerships to buy, sell, finance and manage apartment and mixed-use properties all over the country. Before becoming a licensed Realtor, Nate negotiated and closed billions of dollars of real estate transactions and gained extensive, well-rounded knowledge of real estate fundamentals, finance and income properties.

A Colorado native, Nate has always been most interested in the Denver real estate market and helping friends and family achieve their real estate goals, whether it is a dream home or an investment property. Nate has helped clients turn retirement funds, savings, 1031 exchanges and other funds into cash-flowing investments bringing far better returns than their previous investments. With a young, growing family of his own, Nate understands the challenges that families face in this busy real estate market. Nate is driven by the desire to provide service that exceeds all expectations and creates a worry-free, positive and fun buying and selling experience.