For a designated place to work on crafts, draw and color with crayons, a custom play table was made from an old coffee table cut down to size with a saw, sanded, then painted white and green. The child-sized chairs were picked up at a flea market, sanded, painted and decoupaged with vintage maps.
This homeowner created a clever, crafty activity station from an old wooden dining table and a mixing bowl that serves as a place for storing crayons and other items. White wooden chairs decoupaged in repurposed maps add an interesting vibe to the otherwise neutral space.
A bright kids' room features a play station made by cutting down an old kitchen table and adding a mixing bowl to the center for art supplies and pencils. A fresh coat of green paint and child-sized chairs decoupaged with maps complete the space.