Room size: 14' x 18'
Location: Boise, ID
Although we're celebrating Outdoor Play this month, Kenzie may have a hard time tearing herself away from this stimulating, beautiful playroom - and we can't blame her! There's lots to do and lots to see and we asked her mom Rachelle more about this stylish space - read on to learn more and take the tour of Kenzie's Creative Playroom.What was your inspiration for her playroom? My inspiration for Kenzie's playroom was an incredible playroom that Jennifer Ward of Minor Details designed! The room had a lovely yellow slide and had pops of colors throughout the room. I wanted to create a similar fun and creative space for Kenzie too.
What was the biggest challenge putting this space together?
The biggest Challenge putting this room together was working with a funny shaped Bonus Room.
What was the most fun part of working on this space?
I loved working on this space and adding a few things I made for Kenzie like the Triangle Design I made for Kenzie that hangs above her bookshelf. I was in desperate need of things for her wall so this was a fun little project to make the space more personal.
What's Kenzie's favorite thing to do in this space?
It is a toss up between her little kitchen, slide or playhouse.
• Bookshelf: Ikea
• Hanging Lamp: Helen Rawlinson
• Krakatoa Poster above Shelf: Studio Violet
• Postcards hanging above Bookshelf: Studio Violet & Misako Mimoko
• Slide: Ikea
• Chalkboard Easel: Ikea
• Cardboard Playhouse: Kidsonroof
• Kitchen: Lili Play Kitchen by Momoll
• Handmade Mushroom Pillow: Optic Designs
• Chair: Kartell Lou Lou Ghost Chair
• Doll: Lucky Boy Sunday
Anything else you'd like to add?
I believe a playroom should stimulate & foster a child's thought process and enhance his or her creativity. I hope this room does just that!!
Thanks Rachelle & Kenzie! Readers, you can also take a tour of Kenzie's bedroom and read an interview with Rachelle. You can find Rachelle at her blog, Kenziepoo, and her online magazine La Petite Mag.