6 Awesome Ideas for your kids’ work space

6 Awesome Ideas for your kids’ work space

6 Awesome Ideas for your kids’ work space

After working together on a project, former educator Karri Bowen-Poole, founder of Smart Playrooms and interior designer Denise Davies, founder of D2 Interieurs realized they had a unique set of skills—and combined their expertise to create Project Playroom. 

“It is vital to create a designated space to work or study from home,” says Davies. “Get the kids out of the bedroom if you can!” says Karri. 

 Key elements include a solid work surface area, closed storage, and some pops of color.

Here is an example of a work space designed by Smart Playrooms.

When in doubt, paint the ceiling. Don’t be afraid of saturated colors. Take a look at this work, study and chess lesson kids space designed by D2 Interieurs.

A few more of their great ideas:


1. An inviting area for painting, arts, crafts, puzzles and games.



2. Floor space for building and playing with blocks, Legos, animals, people and vehicles.

3. Comfortable, age-appropriate seating.



4.An area to play pretend, with dress-up clothes, a kitchen set, baby dolls, pretend food and other open-ended toys.


5. An active zone with either a swing, rope, climbing wall or monkey bars.



6. A performance area with instruments and/or a stage space.



We want to hear from you!

Send us your favorite photos of your kids being active in your Project Playroom and we will share them on our instagram! DM us @projectplayroom or email info@projectplayroom.com

 Looking for help designing your residential play space? 
Our sister company, Smart Playrooms, can design your space. For all inquiries, email smartplayrooms@me.com


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