10 super stylish children’s play rooms.

Unless you´re a Team TOMM enthusiast or Marie Kondo, most parents of toddlers will always have a battle keeping the home tidy. Despite the havoc our little toddlers create in our homes, gone are the days of having no choice but plastic, primary colored toys and garish interior items for our children. With such a wide selection of stylish children’s interior brands, curating a stylish children's space has never been so easy.

We took a look at some of the most inspiring children’s playrooms on Instagram today.

 

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Why stop at seven shades of grey? This scandi-cool playroom proves that layer upon layer of different shades of greys builds warmth and texture when mixed with natural wood elements, and stylish accessories. We love how our Smoke playmat looks here. 

 

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We love this wooden book display by Letoyvan- what better way to inspire your little ones to get reading. The soft pastel greens of the shelving in combination with Toddlekind´s Neo Matcha playmat give a refreshing and timeless look.

 

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Happy doesn’t need to mean headache inducing, we love the alternate use of neutrals in this room filled with kid sized furniture, taupe walls, rattan storage and natural coloured accessories. 

 

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On first glance this may not look like a playroom at all, who said multicolour is conducive to play anyway! We love the practical nature of this space with accessible drawers, storage baskets, a cuddly cushioned corner and of course a bouncy Toddlekind Petroleum playmat to break up all the black and white.

 

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Okay so technically this is a nursery come play space, however we just love the soft nude tones coupled with oversize floral wall decals and wooden toys. There is something classically beautiful about a soft pink, white and floral combination and this room delivers it beautifully. To get the look pair your Toddlekind Vintage nude playmat with a dolls house from Alex & Fox and the wall decals from Rocky Mountain Decals.

 

Image credit: @from.indiarose

This space is sure to fire the imagination of your little ones. We love the layer upon layer of natural earthy tones and the natural wooden furniture. This Mama has seriously good taste. Check out the rest of her Instagram posts for more inspiration. Neutrals never looked this good-shop for our Sand playmat to complete this look.

 

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A tee-pee, bookshelves and a Toddlekind Neo matcha playmat- the perfect accessories for a children's chill out play space. This gorgeous set up shows how even pops of bright green can work wonderfully with traditional dark wood.

 

Image credit: @babyhitparade

This Dutch influencer has a keen eye for detail and every item in this Scandinavian style kids room is carefully curated with neutral tones, natural materials and a few pops of super on-trend colours. We love the fruit basket from Ferm Living and the Ila y Ela Artisan Lion wall hanging and could not imagine a more stylish space to showcase our Petroleum playmat.

 

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Whilst this is actually a bedroom come playroom, this clever Mum blogger has styled the room into separate zones for play and sleep. This little play area is paired back and pretty, yet offers practical storage solutions accessible to little ones. Keeping the walls white means you can easily update the look by changing the wall hangings. 

 

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This playroom is bohemian, whimsical and downright dreamy. We love this look for a more period property or even a farm house. Keeping the base colours neutral and layering with different shades of greys and natural tones, this comes together to create a super cosy feel that is sure to inspire the feeling of adventure for children. We love this oversize cream tee pee from Gray Label coupled with our Smoke playmat

Shop out playmats here or for more inspiration check out out instagram, pinterest and facebook.

Which one is your favourite and why? Tell us in the comments below.