Second non babywearing blog, about toys this time!
Well, actually mainly about the playroom in our new home…. because I really like how it turned out!
The playroom in our former home was pretty much the opposite of what we have now. A lot of toys with lights & sounds, bright colours. A huge Kidkraft dollhouse and a big playkitchen.
I wanted to create a more peacefull space with room for imagination and some rainbow love 🙂
I have to admit we still have a lot of toys, but they are well loved & as long as we have enough space for them without looking to overwhelming I think it’s okay.
Yes, the playroom is also a (shared) bedroom. Allthough most night the girls still end up in the familybed I wanted to offer them their own place.
Celine said she wanted a highbed (‘with a slide, mama’!) and is very proud to have this bunkbed now.
The bed is over 20 years old, my parents kept it even after all the children grew up and moved out 🙂
You will probably notice I’m a huge Ikea-fan, I’m sorry! can’t help it…
I will try to mention brands so you can find a retailer if you’re interested in the products you see on the picture.
If you like something that isn’t listed and really want to find out where to get it, send me an email!
Sorry if it looks like a huge shopping list, but I know some of you would otherwise ask where to find stuff they have seen…. 😉
Main toy storage: Ikea Kallax
Dressers: Ikea Rast
(left = Celine, right = Alice)
Unicorn light from smokonow
Limited space, but this also helped minimizing their wardrobe a little bit 🙂
Ikea ps 2014 mirror
Ikea Trofast frame + storages boxes
(for their duplo collection)
Dreamcatcher from Pí-Tý’s creation
Pillow made from Artipoppe MIC by Ella Erdbeere (the cloud pillow was made by her too!)
Remember the wrap?
Ikea Spöka nightlight
Wooden storage box / seating from Höffner
Silenta bench (table) + chair
Small foot Company zoo blocks
Varis toys building blocks
Various ‘baby’ toys
Various puzzles + memory
‘natural’ wooden blocks from legler
Wooden trainset ( Ikea and other brands combined)
Storage basket: Xenos
Grimms sorting toys
Bookcase ( home affaire )
A place for all the dresses & a few ringslings.
Basket is for laundry, the girls bring it to the washing machine themselves
We also added a playcorner to the living room:
‘house’ bookcase (bought it used… still needs a makeover)