Disney Home Ideas – Playroom
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I recently shared my Disney inspired home office as well as my Disney kitchen decor. I wanted to share the next room we finished “Disney-fying” in our new home. It’s a smaller room since it was an add-on addition to the house, which we made Amelia’s playroom and art area (seriously, this girl does a TON of art). It’s also for the time being where she does her school since it’s being done virtually at the moment.
In the closet, we have shelves for books and other toys we put in canvas boxes. In the closet we have her Disney dress up costumes hung up. Against one wall in the room she has a KidKraft Disney Princess doll house, that you can find online as a Target exclusive. I love how large it is so holds lots of her Barbies, etc. For a play kitchen she has a KidKraft Minnie Mouse play kitchen. I love their products since they’re wooden and crafted very nicely, and themed without being too kitschy. This particular kitchen set is no longer sold, but here is a page on Target where you can find other KidKraft play kitchens.
On her wall, we hung her Disneyland-inspired name sign that I often get asked about when it appears in photos! My husband and I actually made it using felt, yarn, a sewing machine and hot glue gun before Amelia was born. I created a DIY tutorial on how to create your own on Disney Family. On the floor, I have a Pixar Cars rug, that shows Radiator Springs. Amelia loves using this rug to play with her toy cars! You can find it also on Target.
For the art area of her room, she has a playtable that was from Pottery Barn a few years back, that you can attach a roll of paper too – I get the roll of paper here from Amazon. That way she can use the paper portion to color on and do art or if she wants to use the table to play with LEGO’s, etc we can remove it. And of course lots of storage bins to the side for LEGOs, art supplies, and school supplies. This art table is also where she does her school Zoom sessions too. And there you have it! Amelia’s playroom, art room, and for now…classroom!