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Playroom Inspiration on Better Homes & Gardens

dream house style spotters playroom

After taking a break to do a few things at the end of the year (i.e., move into a new house and have a baby and do Thanksgiving and Christmas), I’m back on the Style Spotters blog on bhg.com writing about our Dream House! When we moved in at the beginning of November, the entire basement was unfinished, which was exactly how we intended to leave it for a little while. But a few weeks later, we decided that it would be fun to surprise the kids with a finished basement playroom for Christmas. We are still putting the very last finishing touches on the playroom, but in the meantime, there’s lots of colorful playroom inspiration on Style Spotters. Check out this post for an awesome inspiration board, and this post for ideas and sources of playroom rugs.

4 thoughts on “Playroom Inspiration on Better Homes & Gardens

    1. Hi Stephanie! I actually pitched the idea of the Dream House column to BHG.com editors. My tip is just to network, network, network. The bigger your community, the more opportunities you have!

  1. I found your playroom inspiration board and love everything about it! I am just starting a playroom project in our new home. I am wondering if you ever posted a full reveal of your playroom? I could not find it on the blog, and would love to see the finished product!

    1. Hi Barb! As soon as we finished the playroom, we started working on finishing other rooms in the basement, which meant the doorway that faces the windows has been draped in plastic for a year! I promise to post some pictures as soon as there’s some natural light in there!

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