Our final ‘Best Of’ post shines the spotlight on four great, small spaces. Who wouldn’t want to play in any of the spaces featured here!
Who would believe that this gorgeous play space for 3 small children is in a 600 sq ft Manhattan apartment? Kiasa of Living Life and Loving It shared her tips for small spaces, including being mindful of how much stuff kids truly need and keeping things organised (I love the dress up hook). Read more about this playful space here.
Maura shared a clever solution for making the most of overlooked spaces, something that I am sure we all have those in our homes. Read more here.
Kate cleverly incorporates small play spaces for Lily throughout their home, including space for an art table, a book corner, imaginative play and more. Read more about these clever ideas here.
Jennifer manages to pack a punch in a small, townhouse backyard with room for a mud pie kitchen, a balance beam, a play garden, an easel, a basket of books, a water table, blocks and more! See more over at The Deliberate Mom.
Looking for more inspiration for the kid’s spaces in your home? I have a fun Kid’s Spaces board on Pinterest. If you are on Pinterest, you can follow me here.
Why not check out the previous ‘Best Of’ posts – Indoors – Outdoors – Creative
Do you have a family or kids play space in your home that you love (indoors or outdoors)? Submit your play space here and you too could be featured on Childhood 101.