This is basically what we do : Store all the toys in one room, rather than in each child's bedroom. Have small toys higher up and in snapping containers to keep the little kids out of them. Use an art table with a roll of paper over top for the coffee table in the playroom/area. Store washable art supplies in bins or drawers below the table.
Go vertical to create more room for playing. Even in a small room, RMSer restyle creates a play area for her four-year-old son by storing books, toys and art supplies in a tall open shelf. Kid-sized table and chairs complete the space.
Get your vitamin D --Sunroom... Pinner: This 3 x 3.5 metre sunroom had endless possibilities, but for a family this small space makes the perfect playroom. To make the most of the small but sunny room a simple wall grid keeps the room nice and tidy. With toys off the floor there's plenty of room for fun. For Jack.