Friday, July 3, 2015

Small Spaces: A play corner in England

One lovely thing about blogging is how you get to meet, and sometimes chat with people from all over the world. Since the start of our "Small Spaces" series, I've had readers writing in to share the spaces they have designed for their children, and during the last run of this series, we had a mum all the way from Japan sharing her child's play space!

To end of our train, I thought I'd post about this lovely corner that was shared by Chelsea, who resides in England. Chelsea happened to chance across our Small Spaces posts, and said she would love to share her corner. The corner was such a neat and cheery one that I asked if it was ok for us to share her space on the blog. She said yes, and sent us more pictures!

Chelsea is mum to a three year old girl, whom she calls Boo. Here's what she has to share about this learning corner:

"I see an opportunity in every corner and on every wall. Living in a small house meant I had to utilise my space. This picture shows the back wall of my kitchen, which is an ideal space to enjoy water, paint and messy play activities, without having to worry about getting a mess on the carpets or walls." 

"I am a single parent, so it pays to be clever with up-cycling your furniture, and using everyday materials for storage and creative craft play. Thank you, and I hope this inspires you to create some of your own small spaces! Love, Mum Chelsea."

I just love how everything has a space of its own, and is neatly corralled in various boxes and baskets. Thanks Chelsea for sharing your space! (If you'd like to take a peek at more of her home, you can find her sharing photos over on her new FB page here.)

And that's the end of our "Small Spaces" blog train. It has simply been wonderful following through the blog train this round, and I've been inspired by all the spaces that were shared! I hope you have been too. If you'd like to browse for more posts in this series, please click the button below.

1 comment:

  1. Wow it's so beautiful! I love how there's so much stuff but yet it's so neat and organized. I'm inspired!



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