I hope it's okay if I reply! We do Waldorf-style homeschooling.
Our playroom is a large room off of the living room. It's shaped kind of strangly--a bit like a pentagon on acid. Directly inside the door to the left is a large armoire which holds stacks of castle blocks from Melissa and Doug. They're the large cardboard ones. In front of the armoire sits a wooden rocking horse, a couple of wooden push-toys, and a child-sized rocking chair. Next to the armoire is a grown-up rocking chair with a blanket on it that my grandmother made--perfect for snuggling up with a good story. Next to it is a painted washbasin (it has fairies and stuff all over it--so cute!) that is full of finger puppets.
Then there is the wooden castle with the castle figures hanging out on the tressles (although I continually find the knight in the dungeon, for some reason.
) Above the castle is a little peg coatrack that is covered in playsilks and fairy wings. Next we have a set of bins set up--the kind that have a wooden "holder" that has three levels of two wooden bins. In the first bin are wooden blocks, then Lincoln Logs, Matchbox cars, craft supplies (embroidery thread, pipe cleaners, lots of felt), wooden cars, and wool.
There is a length of train track set up with Thomas trains in various positions, and then--on the far wall away from the door--is a little table and chairs with drawing paper and a basket of beeswax crayons. The bookshelf houses fairy tales, gnome families, etc, with the nature table on top.
There is a basket of dress-up clothing and a large bookshelf-type of thing that holds all of their homeschool books, Good Books, and various supplies (beeswax candles, lap looms, watercolor paints and brushes, etc). Underneath the shelving portion of this bookshelf is a bunch of wooden cars, a stack of wooden puzzles, and a basket of modeling beeswax.
All in all it's a lovely little room, I must say. We haven't painted the walls but they are wooden paneling, which is surprisingly comforting. Their watercolor paintings and colored drawings are hanging on the walls.
For Christmas they are getting a wooden kitchen, so I'm sure that will cause complete upheavel of how we have the room set up now.