I finally completed our playroom and I’m so excited to show you how it turned out! This playroom project was a challenging one for me for several reasons. First, the space is very large so it took a lot of components to complete. Second, I wasn’t as motivated to work on the space as I was other areas in my home, so it sort of took the back burner to those other projects. And third, I knew I wanted to do an accent wall and I knew it was going to take forever! 😬

But I finally started tackling the space last fall. The first issue I addressed in our playroom was our toy storage issues. We already these IKEA storage units, but I needed bigger baskets to hold the massive about of toys we have. I found these wood bins at target (Wood bins link) and the striped bins at the Container store (Striped bin link) (Similar striped bin).  I love that you can stuff them full of toys and you can’t tell!! 😉

Chosing a rug for this space came next. I wanted to keep the feel of the space whimsical, but not too babyish. It also had to be gender neutral since I have both a boy and two girls who use this space! I found this gorgeous rug from RugsUSA.com. I loved the rich blue colors and the vintage look of it! I thought it would work perfectly in my space! Here is the link to the rug: Rugs USA Bosphorus BD07

 The accent wall took me a couple days to complete. The arrow decals are from Urban Walls. They are easy to apply, but the measuring is time consuming. Once the wall was complete, the project really started taking shape. I ordered the chandelier from World Market, picked out these white linen curtains from IKEA and got the teepee at Target (Link to Teepee). We got shelves from Ikea to create a little library for the kids’ books. The my hubby helped to install the curtains, Chandelier and wall art and the project was complete!! I still hope to tile the backsplash of the wet bar in the space…but that will have to wait a bit!😉 Check out all the pics of the completed playroom. I included a complete list of products used in the space at the end! 

Thanks for stopping by!! 💕

Rug: RugsUSA Bosphorus BD07

Table and chair set: Pottery Barn Kids

Teepee: Target

Storage units: Ikea

Wood storage bins: Target

Striped storage bin: Container Store

Plaid pillow: Amazon

Unicorn: Target

Throw blanket: Target

Letters: Hobby Lobby or Etsy

Lamps: Target

 Chandelier: World Market

Play kitchen: Amazon

Plaid fan: My Minds Eye Inc.

Pom Pom wood sign: Ferns & Ivy Etsy Shop

“Ain’t Life Grand” and “Be Still My Soul” signs: Jaxn Blvd

Fur rug: Homegoods 

23 thoughts on “Playroom Reveal

  1. This is beautiful, Erin!! You’ll laugh when you see our playroom redo…us Erins must have been vibin’ with the black and white scheme. 😂🙌🏻😍 It’s so so beautiful. And yay for your awesome new website!!

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  2. Congrats on the new website/blog!!! Love seeing how you were able to successfully navigate and succeed the transition from “posting your love of home decor for fun” to creating a business out of that love!!! You go girl! #girlboss

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  3. Looks beautiful! I have a question about the striped bins… It says they’re made of woven paper?? How sturdy are they? I’m used to the thick canvas ones from pottery barn.


    1. They are definitely sturdy. Woven paper makes them sound thin, but I’ve got mine stuffed with tons of toys and they have held up wonderfully. Not sure how they compare to the pottery barn ones.


  4. You blog looks great and your house is gorgeous! Furnishing a new home has been an exhausting and expensive chore for us!! We’ve purchased a lot from RH and I was wondering how do you protect your table tops since they aren’t “finished”? We were thinking about doing a matte polyurethane but this will, of course, change the finish somewhat…. but we have a 16 month old and it’s bound to get ruined!


    1. Hi, we actually only have chairs and couches from Restoration Hardware. Our tables were from Nebraska Furniture Mart and there is some sort of protective finish that came on them I believe. Our round table has had spills and it doesn’t stain.


  5. This is such a beautiful playroom Erin. I’m kind of wishing I had small children just to create a playroom, all of my children are adults… lol

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  6. This playroom is adorable! I love your style!! Where did you find the bookshelves I have been looking for something like this. We had great ones my husband built but the kids have too many books. Thanks, Kendra

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