Playroom

“When the first baby laughed for the first time, its laugh broke into a thousand pieces, and they all went skipping about, and that was the beginning of fairies.” - J.M. Barrie,Peter Pan

In sheer desperation to reclaim our living space from tiny humans our undercover outdoor area was converted into a magical play room.

We started by paying a hefty sum to have wind and water proof roller blinds installed. My husband then covered the bricks with blue board and painted it. (Dulux Shell Haven Quarter) We already had an outdoor ceiling heater, which we found we used often over Winter here in Geelong.

Moving all the kids toys in to this room was a glorious day! This is the room where my children have asked to leave to park to go home for. I am constantly mixing it up and switching the toys around, so they can grow and learn with the room. There is truly something a little dreamy and magical about this space. The sun reflects on the pool and beams of light sparkle on the roof, as if tiny fairies are dancing amongst the children.

The room is divided up into a few areas; kitchen and cafe, cubby house, slide and ball pit, music, a reading nook, fairyland and the very important ‘the lion, the witch and the wardrobe’ cupboard, which is where you can find our puzzles, arts and crafts, play dough, rice, pouring cups, kinetic sand, bubbles, stamps and all our other go-to play items.

Kitchen and Cafe

Kitchen and Cafe

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Over the wobble board bridge to find your way home

Over the wobble board bridge to find your way home

Making music is good for the soul

Making music is good for the soul

Book nook

Book nook

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Rhianna Bruscella