More ways walls can be turned into interactive surfaces: A well-positioned climbing station (we love the many options at Project Playroom) doubles as an escape route from that melting floor, sharks in the ocean, or any other scenario kids dream up. In a dark space, re-create Color Factory’s Night Bright room with a black light and neon-colored objects stuck to a wall. Kelly Eng, the company’s experiential creative director, suggests using anything from neon Post-its or dot stickers to alphabet fridge magnets. “Magnetic paint will make any wall magnet-friendly,” she says. Decals or interactive wallpapers, like in Color Factory’s “Color Me” installation, lets kids’ creativity run wild in a dedicated space. Or if you’re feeling particularly adventurous, do as Domino’s executive creative director, Kate Berry, did and let your kids draw directly on the walls.
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