A Montessori-Inspired Play Room for Brothers

My Play Room

Name: Gregory (2) & Anthony (1)
Location: Atascadero, California

Our downstairs bedroom wasn't getting much use, so we decided to transform it into a play space for the kids! I am very much in love with all things Montessori, and we wanted our play space to employ many Montessori principles, such as a lack of clutter, just a few toys on rotation, a reading space, and a child sized table for coloring.

The table is covered in chalkboard paint so that the boys can color directly on it! We also have a Montessori-inspired hand washing station. I especially love our alphabet wall, created for free using a printable I found on Pinterest.

Source List:

  • Handwashing Station: Soap, tray, bowls and pitcher– our awesome 99 cent store.
  • The table was a find from 5 years ago in TX, probably Homegoods.
  • Alphabet Wall: A free printable from Handmade Home.
  • Banners: A free printable from Shanty 2 Chic.
  • Bookshelves: Walmart, Baskets from Ikea, Wooden Chalkboard labels from Etsy
  • Teepee: Poles from Home Depot, full sized bedsheet from Walmart
  • Rug: World Market
  • Table and Chairs: Craigslist for $5, painted in Serena and Lily’s “Sprout” paint
  • Easel and paints: Melissa and Doug
  • Changing Table: Changing Pad cover– Pottery Barn
  • Diapers: Econobum and BumGenius
  • I Love You printable: free from I Heart Naptime

Thanks, Kelly! Readers, say hello to Kelly at Our Cone Zone.

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(Image credits: Our Cone Zone)

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As Apartment Therapy's Family Editor, Carrie covers design and modern homelife with children. A lapsed librarian, she lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two kids and is in contention to break the record for most hours spent at the playground.

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