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London's Colorful Playroom

By: ginnyphillips

Created: Jun 2, 2011

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I worked so hard on all of our daughter's first bday party things I decided that I wanted to use them again. So, for a while they stayed in the garage...but then made their way into London's playroom! It saved us so much time and money...I didn't have to throw them away, make anything new, or buy things for the walls. It is now also our guest room...so the couch is a (very comfy!) couch bed. My mom used the table fabrics from her party to make the curtains and pillows! The table is from Way Basics and is actually a really thick cardboard...their stuff is super cute and super inexpensive. Of course daddy's TV and PS3 are up there too, thankfully hidden in a TV cabinet we bought several years ago...but it is a really cool multi-purpose room, simply because when we moved in there were already 3 gigantic toy boxes built into the window wall. They go all the way across the wall and serve as a bench seat, but at night when we are up there after she goes to bed OR when guests are here it doesn't even seem like a playroom. So the theme and inspiration are #1 budget (definitely under $1000) and #2 colors/patterns and #3 owls!

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