For her second birthday, we fixed up a corner of our dining room to be Iris' play kitchen. For her third, we've given ourselves a new assignment: making her a playroom. Not that we've finished our own kitchen, mind you. But the beauty of an old house is that there is never a shortage of projects. This one will make useful living space at last out of a room that has been little more than a glorified storage closet for the past six years.
It's a big room with a tiny window seat under which all the plaster needed to be replaced:
You can still see where the room was once divided into two rooms – so convincingly, we thought it had been built that way at first. One of our earliest projects was to take down the dividing wall to restore the original space:
New paint colors – coming soon to a playroom near you!