Welcome to our playroom.
Well, our non-existent chittlins playroom. You may remember them from this post.
I have been loving the Carnival theme these days, and what better theme for a playroom really.
The room is gender neutral with a girly blue and a boyish red, or some kind of fancy smancy designer talk.
It would be a lot of work to paint teal stripes, but oh so worth it in the end. Gives it the “big top” feel without being too literal.
My favorite thing in the room is the carnival art prints. I love the magic she captures in these vintage, airy photos. You could do a whole collage or just one or two.
The mason jar light you could easily DIY if you are into that sort of thing. They mirror the colors in the art prints so perfectly and kind of remind me of the milk bottles you pay a quarter to knock over. Oh who am I kidding, it’s probably ten dollars a pop now-a-days.
It wouldn’t be a carnival without some lit-letters. I really actually would love to get a couple of these for around the house. Kind of in love with the nostalgia of it.
I would love to make a bunch of pillows and big cushy pads to jump and play on out of this fabric.
The vintage circus toy box is easy, just go to auctions and garage sales. You are sure to run across one of them. And I don’t have any kids, but I feel like you can never have enough toy storage.
Finish it off with rich, red, velvet show curtains to really make the kiddos feel like the ringmaster.
Maybe we need this room for just us, it looks like fun. We could throw a trapeze and a lion in there and just have a ball.