I mentioned on Friday that I had a project in the works. Well, much to PRH's chagrin, I flip-flopped EZ E's bedroom with the playroom! You can see before photos of both rooms here. These are the 'after' photos of the playroom. The zig zag rug is one of those awful foam kids play mats. We had one in our basement that was left behind by previous tenants (aka my aunt and uncle); I saw this post at design*sponge and then painted ours with primer and black chalkboard paint. Easy! The cabinet came from our dear friends, Ken and Don. It had been living in our garage for a few months while I decided what to do with it. Now it holds small toys and craft supplies.
This is the opposite side of the playroom. The bird poster was made by scanning in a piece of vintage needlepoint that I found at a thrift store, blowing it waaayyyyy up, and printing it out at a university print shop. You may recognize it from this post (this room started out as our bedroom...I'm starting to realize that I change things around a lot).
A bunch of toys are tucked away in the closet.
Remember this rocking chair?
EZ E and I found this wall hanging at Mama Goose the other day. We both liked the back better than the front, so we decided to hang it that way.
My parents gave us the giant vintage dollhouse (thanks, mom and dad!). It definitely gets a ton of use and there are a lot of little toys stashed in there. And, yes, that's the Mystery Machine parked next to it.
Kicky's ponies are in a big metal planter from the Christmas Tree Shop.
One final photo to give you an idea of how the room is laid out.
Meg from elsie marley invited me to guest blog today (one of my long-time favorite blogs...I was thrilled to be invited), so you can see the photos of EZ E's bedroom are over there.