I absolutely love the kids playroom. The upstairs at our house is essentially four bedrooms and a bathroom. My concern when we were painting up there is that it would look like a rainbow with different colors in every room - and by colors I mean bright colors. Our daughter's room is bright pink and green while our son's room is denim blue and brick red. We decided to use the green from S's room and the blue from Z's room to paint the playroom. In the kids rooms we have accent walls but we decided to try a stripe in the play room and it turned out awesome. There is a 2' stripe of green at the top and bottom with 4' stripe through the middle.
This project was so much fun and I wish I could do it again as I have so many ideas for items to use in lieu of letters like O, T, U, C, Q and others. But alas, the project is done and it turned out awesome. The entire project was under $40 as many of the letters were $1 or less and the embellishing of them was craft paint and scrapbook paper that I already had on hand.
A few of my favorite's were...
In honor of our hometown team - University of Arizona - Go Cats.
I made this one by finding an A on-line, blowing it up, printing it out, tracing it on red, white & blue felt, cutting them out and gluing them together. I used the stiff felt for the blue so that the letter had some rigidity.
Man on the Moon Letter C!
The letter C was a really ugly moon decoration I found at The Dollar Tree. I simply painted it yellow to give it a "cheese" look. I like that you can tell that it is a moon but can also see that it is a C.
Crayola Crayon EThe playroom is definitely home to the crayon crowd at our house - although, crayons, markers and the like are not allowed upstairs unless an adult is present hee hee!