We are getting ready to finish our basement and while I’m excited to have more room in our house one of the most things I’m excited about is building a playroom! My son has so many toys in his room and with the addition of our twin girls, I know we are about to get even more! I’m excited that they are going to have their own space and I can’t wait to start decorating the playroom! I’ve been scouring Pinterest for ideas and have even started a Pinterest board to keep track of all of the creative ideas I’ve came across.
I’ve already decided that I want the playroom to be decorated with fun, bright colors – I’ve even been thinking I may paint one of the walls with chalkboard paint. I’ve came across so many fun prints that I want to get framed so I’ve been looking for places where I can buy wholesale poster frames. It would be so fun to have a ton of framed whimsical art in our new playroom. Below are just a few pictures and playrooms with poster frames that I just love.
I absolutely love the idea of using poster frames to frame favorite prints, “rules” of the playroom, my children’s artwork and board games! The boards games are a particular favorite of mine and I think it would be so much fun on the walls of a playroom.
Another creative idea I cam across is from HGTV where you actually use empty picture frames and hang them on a wall. This might be a lot of fun to hang on a wall with chalkboard paint. Then, if we wanted we could use magnets to put artwork in the frames, let my son use chalk to draw his own creations inside the frames or just leave them blank for a fun, bold statement in a playroom!
There are so many fun ideas you can use in a playroom using poster frames and more. I can’t wait to get started on decorating our new playroom!
Does your playroom have a theme?
Janet W. says
Our play room doesn’t have a theme because we didn’t want to paint the walls yet. My grandsons make so many marks on the walls we were just going to wait and paint later when they’re a little older.
The framed board games is a really cute idea!
We don’t have a playroom, but my son’s bedroom has a marine theme
Marti B. says
Our nursery has a castle theme, and the “gameroom” is supposed to be beach themed but it never quite got off the ground. I did find some really cute garden flags with Disney themes, which I used instead of posters (since I can’t find any cheap poster frames either!)
Denise Taylor-Dennis says
We don’t really have a playroom my son’s room has Mickey Mouse decals on the walls he loves Mickey Mouse.
Olivia Rubin says
I love the framed board games. I have never seen this don’t and it seems like such a practical way to decorate a playroom. I often find board games at garage sales but pass them up,because they are missing dice/pieces, but they always have the board.
It’s just such a creative way to decorate and you can pull colors from the game to decorate the rest of the room