Ice Princess Play Room Reveal - Spruce Homes

Ice Princess Play Room Reveal

Ahhhh…A place for all the toys!!! I spent the first 6 months of Rae’s life wondering what all this “toy madness” talk was from other parents…Well now I know lol.

In our previous home, our living room was also our play room – definitely not ideal when you’re a tidy freak. Having a designated toy space in our new home has been life changing! I can’t wait to share with you guys all the storage hacks and affordable design pieces I sourced for this space. I enlisted the help of my new friend, Kirsten (Peach Poppy Designs) to custom paint a book shelf for the space, and she deserves all the credit in the world for doing an amazing job!  She used Simply White on the exterior and accented the shelves in Hale Navy (both Benjamin Moore colors)❤️

When I started designing this space, I knew there were a few specific areas I wanted to incorporate. These included: a tepee, toy storage, a children’s desk, and room to later add a kids kitchen. I let the wallpaper be the focal point and based the rest of the décor around that. The wallpaper only cost $200 in material…amazing, and was very easy to install! I ordered the wallpaper from Eastside Wallpaper and Paint in Saskatoon and it took less than a week to get here 🙂

The first time I brought Rae down to her playroom she let out a big screech with a smile on her face…Knowing I’ve created an area just for her makes my heart happy. Wondering where I sourced the rest of the décor?? – click the links below for prices and availability!

Wall mounted toy storage (Ikea)

Sliding chalkboard barn door (Rona)

Silver barndoor rail (Rona)

Kids wall canopy (SOLD OUT)

Kids teepee (Wayfair)

Felt flower teepee topper (Etsy)

White sheepskin stool (Jysk)

Animal heads on wall (Target)

Cowhide rug (Upsheep Creek) (Also sold on Wayfair and Ikea’s sites)

Saskatoon & Saint Louis banners (Etsy)

Black frames (Indigo)

Felt balls on wall (Walmart) (Target)

Red arrow on wall (Home Sense)

White children’s desk (Ikea)



**Photos by Scott Prokop Photography