2+twins: that is stunning!
I have a cautionary tale about all those wishing to have playrooms: I spent an enormous amount of time setting up a small playroom using our third bedroom in our small apartment. 6 months ago I began with lazuring the walls. 3 months ago my dad made playstands for the kids for Christmas.
They hardly went into the playroom except to pull stuff out and a lot of toys were unused. They only spent time in there when I was in there. It was painful for me
I put so much love and energy into this room: it was also how we came be a waldorf inspired family. I thought my kids hated the toys. No, they just loved to play beside me and underfoot
while I work in the kitchen, which as you all know, you spend the most time.
So, I hauled out the playstands and put them in the dining room, beside the kitchen, along with most of the toys. A lot of the big building blocks, and drift wood are still in the playroom turned office - toy room. Now my son actually uses all the wood and pulls everything out to build throughout the livingroom.
My office is beautiful
My diningroom looks like a playroom.
At least the toys look lovely
: We joked about putting the dining table into the playroom to turn it into the eating room.
So, if you don't have a playroom, maybe all you need is just some space cleared where you spend most of your days