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Tuesday, 8 July 2014

Max Rates..... Playroom Edition


This week I have been sorting the conservatory out. The conservatory doubles up as basically Maxwell's playroom and I have been busy creating a spacious room for him. I will be posting a blog post in the near future about what we I done in there to create him a nice area but for now I will leave you with what we have bought.  Hopefully it will give you some playroom storage idea.

This was the last item we purchased for the conservatory and I was worried it would not be big enough to fit all Maxwell's toys in however I was wrong. The drawers are perfect for Maxwell's smaller toys. I have separated all his toys and each drawer has a type of toy in. Maxwell's favourite drawer is the drawer full of cars.

I purchased these to sit on top of the storage unit. I love wooden furniture so I thought these would match the unit and the toy box well.  I love the bright colours which are used and I believe that it brightens up the room up a little. 

This little table and matching stool was a complete bargain, I managed to pick this up for just £30 and I am extremely happy with it. Instead of using it as a sand table, I use the table as storage for all Maxwell's craft bits. It is a useful storage area and I love the fact the table also includes a blackboard.

I adore this wooden balance scale and I have had my eye on it for a long time. I love the colours which are used and I love that again it is made of wood so matches all the storage which we have recently bought. I think this is a great learning toy for Maxwell and I am looking forward to using it.

This was the first item of furniture we purchased for the conservatory and I have to say I have been very happy with it. Not only does it store all Maxwell's toys, it is the perfect little seat for Maxwell to sit on and read a book. I love how sturdy and well built the toy box is and I am thinking about buying another if Maxwell's toy collection continues to grow. 
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19 comments

  1. Sounds like a very smart set of items, Max will be very well equipped now!

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  2. I love your choices. You can't beat practical, good looking storage.

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  3. i have to admit wooden is the best to have , lasts so much longer x

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  4. Lovely things, sounds like Maxwell is going to have a great play area

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  5. Love the items above! They look sturdy, colourful and useful! Great choices xx

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  6. I really do love wooden storage and toys - can't wait to see his playroom!

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  7. I would love a separate play room for my children. They like nothing better than getting all their toys out and covering the floor.

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  8. I love wooden toys and furniture for the children. They are so durable, especially when they are well made. And these are really beautiful also!

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  9. Love your choices! Bet it looks fab. x

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  10. I love that toy box, it looks pretty sturdy

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  11. Some great picks here. I'm actually jealous that I never had a playroom like this! lol x

    JustJulie | Beauty Blog

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  12. That sounds like a lovely conservatory. I really really need to sort out Aaron's bedroom and playroom.
    Liska x

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  13. Wish we had a play room. Basically our whole house is the boys' playroom haha. Love the little weighing scales! Will definitely be making that purchase.

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  14. I could so do with that toy box about right now! Wooden toys are always such great fun too.

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  15. These look great - I love traditional wooden toys.
    Love Vicky
    Around and Upside Down

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  16. I love the wooden counting game, so tactile and colourful. Great selection of wooden toys. x

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  17. Aww these are nice pieces just perfect for a little playroom. We have a playroom but everything is in boxes which the kids never go into lol need to rethink how toys are stored!!

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  18. I love wooden toys and furniture. Plus I like the 70's/retro look!

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