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Creating the Perfect Kid-Friendly Sunroom



There are infinite ways you can decorate your sunroom to accommodate your child’s lifestyle, whether working or playing. Your kids get to enjoy the safety and security of an indoor play space while exposing them to the beauty of the outdoors. Kids have many toys, games, and books throughout their ever-changing lifestyles. Here are a few ideas to make the perfect kid-friendly space in your sunroom.

 

Creating Safety and Comfort for the Children

If your new playroom sunroom isn’t already carpeted, you may want to think about purchasing some accent rugs to soften up the floor. You’ll want to add some color and decorations to liven the space up. Do not put expensive furniture or breakable decor in your sunroom if children are frequently in there. It is a great idea to mount your TV on a wall, so if you have children running around and playing, they won’t knock into the TV stand.


Create a Workspace for Kids to do their Homework

Your sunroom could be the perfect place for homeschool or virtual learning setup or a quiet place for children to do their homework! This sunroom idea is beneficial if you have kids sharing a bedroom who both need an area to do their work. Create a cozy space or “reading nook area. “You’ll need some extra storage for books and school supplies. Cubbies are a popular option, as you can keep them on the ground at a level your children can reach. You can build your storage unit from pieces at Bed Bath and Beyond and even find cubbies at Target. Storage baskets, large bookshelves, and custom benches with built-in cabinets and fold-away desks can all be a part of this area.


The Perfect Play Area

You don’t need to take up the whole room for your children; a corner area will do just fine. Is your kid creative? Consider a craft space with a magnetic board, bulletin board, or chalkboard wall where your kids can display their favorite creations. A small colorful fold-up table and chairs can be brought out any time to do art projects. Benches are wonderful hideaways and can be used for storing toys and craft supplies.


August is the hottest month of the year, so it may be best to enjoy the outdoors in an indoor sunroom with natural sunlight and air conditioning. For more helpful ways to create a sunroom that will accommodate children, please contact Four Seasons at 888-270-3546 or chat with us anytime on our 24/7 live help desk. Regardless of how big or small your job may be, we’ll do what we can to complete it promptly and to your standards.

 

 

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