Each kid must have his private space, his small world with a special childhood atmosphere. This space is undoubtedly a nursery.
A nursery design differs from parents’ bedrooms and living-rooms as this is a restroom, a living-room for meetings with friends, an office for studying and a place for active games for any kid. Besides it is very important for a nursery interior to have something in common with a little owner’s character and his preferences, developing his imagination and skills.
Enjoy several ideas how to turn ordinary rooms into real playgrounds.
1. It’s so easy to swing and watch TV at the same time.
2. Great though a little bit dizzy way to quickly get from second to first floor. Kids will like it for sure.
3. Have no yard? No problem! Wonderful example of how to bring openair sport activities inside.
4. Nice little house with a tube for quick evacuation.
5. Slides and balls! Impetuous and bright fun for all kids to appreciate.
6. Turn the ascent up the stairs into a lesson about rainbow colors of something else.
7. Forts don’t have to be perched on trees.
8. But if you think a tree is a necessary element for a nursery, use a sawn-off part of an original shape. Make sure that a timber is completely free from any insects.
9. If you don’t wish to puzzle over a nursery design, just use plywood. It always works – simple and effective.
10. Perfect way to hide from boring brothers and sisters.
11. Your kids will be happy to lie in such huge hammock. Note that it can be stretched everywhere with a horizontal opening available.
12. Free your energy, kids! Have fun and play right at your place under the watchful eyes of your parents!
13. Gymnast’s workouts. Make sure of putting a rug or a mat before you hang up the rings.
14. Adults at the front, kids from the rear.
15. The simplest and the cheapest way to bring openair activities to the house.
16. Of course the girl is smiling as she’s swinging inside her house!
17. You can make such hanging gym where kids will be happy to pretend monkeys most of their time.
18. “What way should I use to get to my bed today? Bars, staircase or rope?”
19. Gorgeous hanging swing made of an ordinary tire.
20. For future rock-climbers: a simple indoor wall for climbs and inclines.
21. The same wall leading to a kid’s secret room.
22. Or a hut-loft.
23. Pure happiness – level after level.
24. Books and slides? We bet you never thought about combining these things.
25. Such trees will be good for kids who like pretending to be Elves or at least small squarrels.
26. And don’t forget about a seesaw: it can become a final touch in your kids’ playroom design.