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Hello mommy friends...I blended my waldorf style playroom in the "great room". my daughter is only 2 & I want to see her as I do my housework/kitchen work.
I hired a designer to help format & choose beautiful toys but she acted like I had influenza & tried to talk me out of it. Anyone else integrating waldorf toys into beautiful decor?
I don't mean to sound snobby- my "beautiful decor" includes antique and flea market finds....still I want it to be integrated into a waldorf-kid friendly playarea.
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Hello mommy friends...I blended my waldorf style playroom in the "great room". my daughter is only 2 & I want to see her as I do my housework/kitchen work.
I hired a designer to help format & choose beautiful toys but she acted like I had influenza & tried to talk me out of it. Anyone else integrating waldorf toys into beautiful decor?
I don't mean to sound snobby- my "beautiful decor" includes antique and flea market finds....still I want it to be integrated into a waldorf-kid friendly playarea.
I don't think it sounds snobby at all - in fact, creating a beautiful home environment all around is a Waldorf-y kinda thing. I don't think it has to mean expensive either. But taking care when you select your decor is important - even if it's coming from the flea market and Goodwill (which can be nice places to find good wooden furniture and such).

I also think that many "waldorf" toys are beautiful and works of art in and of themselves. I think the toys from Nova Naturals are gorgeous - http://www.novanatural.com/; Three Sisters Toys also has lovely toys http://www.threesisterstoys.com/

I know one thing I've read a few times is to set up toys in inviting ways for your child. This might be something you enjoy after putting your little one to bed. Taking a playsilk and setting up a simple scene, or preparing a cooking scene in a play kitchen, etc. This enhances the look of your home, and it provides a little "spark" for her when she gets up/enters the play area. A tasteful nature table could also enhance your room. Some Waldorf inspired people have the adult set and change the nature table so it has an element of suspense and awe for the little one who sees it change bit by bit as the season changes. The child may ask for something to be included but it is mostly the adult (and often at night) who takes care of the table. This also helps keep it neat!

I know for me the time when I most desire my home to look beautiful and peaceful is when the children are in bed and it's "adult time." I've tried to set up their playspace (in our family room) so it's easy for them to maintain and also attractive when it's picked up. It gives me happiness to see them play with and be able to clean their toys. And it gives me peace to know they are sleeping snugly and the family room is clean and the toys are neatly put away.

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we know that waldorf spaces are beautiful, but they are often pricey. i have some pictures here of it done on the cheap! some of it anyway. lots of the stuff was found in the trash or at garage sales and refinished. not 'purely' unfinished wood waldorf, but definitely makes due.

check it out here under 'toys'
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littletravelers, I LOVE your blog!! Also your kids dvds look AWSOME! What an amazing experience for your daughters! Was the main purpose of the trip to make the videos??(and have the experience of course) I can't imagine!! How cool!
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Very Nice! We have the same kitchen & elephant rocker (I picked ours up at Goodwill for CHEAP!)
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Lovely, everyone! All your pics are so inspirational! (so inspirational that it inspired a contest) littletravelers, "on the cheap" is my kind of language!
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Our play area for the kids is actually a side of the dining room off of the kitchen since they seem to want to play wherever I am .

I'm a more than a little technologically challenged, so the pictures in the stream aren't in the right order, but I hope that you enjoy them.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/28763427@N03/

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I love your home! I love the set up and everything. Which play kitchen is that? I love how you can hang kitchen towels on the oven handle. Adorable!

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Our play area for the kids is actually a side of the dining room off of the kitchen since they seem to want to play wherever I am .

I'm a more than a little technologically challenged, so the pictures in the stream aren't in the right order, but I hope that you enjoy them.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/28763427@N03/

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Our play area for the kids is actually a side of the dining room off of the kitchen since they seem to want to play wherever I am .

I'm a more than a little technologically challenged, so the pictures in the stream aren't in the right order, but I hope that you enjoy them.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/28763427@N03/

Beautiful and peaceful!! I love it
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Our play area for the kids is actually a side of the dining room off of the kitchen since they seem to want to play wherever I am .

I'm a more than a little technologically challenged, so the pictures in the stream aren't in the right order, but I hope that you enjoy them.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/28763427@N03/
LOVE IT!!! i am inspired!! now i need to find a few things to incorporate DD's things into our family area better.
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we know that waldorf spaces are beautiful, but they are often pricey. i have some pictures here of it done on the cheap! some of it anyway. lots of the stuff was found in the trash or at garage sales and refinished. not 'purely' unfinished wood waldorf, but definitely makes due.

check it out here under 'toys'

sorry if i am being really stupid, but i couldn't see 'toys' under your catagories section.............

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Our play area for the kids is actually a side of the dining room off of the kitchen since they seem to want to play wherever I am .

I'm a more than a little technologically challenged, so the pictures in the stream aren't in the right order, but I hope that you enjoy them.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/28763427@N03/
oh my goodness these photos are just amazing, what a beautiful play space you have for your LO.

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heres our latest updated playroom pics: slightly decorated for fall..my m/s really slowed me down

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i have one more pic to take of dd's table set up in our living room...

and heck yeah she has way too many toys yikes!!!!!!
I'm getting something similar to the covered play area in your first pic, I haven't got it yet and i was wondering is it popular with you LO? We don't have room for the big play stands.

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love the playspace! are there plans for making the rainbow house floating around out there? I can't seem to find the magic cabin outlet store in my searches....
I want to make one, too. I can't find one and they can't be that difficult...

I am trying to plan out what to do when we move. We are downsizing from our ~700 sq. ft 2br 2 bath apt. to a 2br 1ba with a porch and dining room but smaller rooms and what's equivalent to a stove for a kitchen. So I am trying to think up how to do this. I think our dining room will be part playroom part dining and then living room, too? I like the rug idea that Sunny did, hopefully we have room for it!

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PabloHoney -- Where did you get your playstand? I really like the tone of the wood and the design. Great photos. I am so jealous of your boys!

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Thanks everyone for the nice responses! I feel like it's been a constant evolution finding the right balance to merge adult and kid space into just plain old FAMILY space .

The kitchen set and playstands are by Camden Rose. You can find them at www.palumba.com. I love that they were made by an Amish Community in the midwest. My husband and I really love beautiful wood pieces and it was nice that we found toys that the kids love, but also that we can live with and love everyday, kwim?

Thanks again everyone for checking out our space

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Thanks everyone for the nice responses! I feel like it's been a constant evolution finding the right balance to merge adult and kid space into just plain old FAMILY space .

The kitchen set and playstands are by Camden Rose. You can find them at www.palumba.com. I love that they were made by an Amish Community in the midwest. My husband and I really love beautiful wood pieces and it was nice that we found toys that the kids love, but also that we can live with and love everyday, kwim?

Thanks again everyone for checking out our space
Thank you for posting pictures of your lovely family area! I've been lurking around off and on for a loooong time (every couple of months I stumble onto this site and read like crazy for a while!). Your pics are lovely and just what I'm hoping to do over the next year or so around my home. The toy kitchen is beautiful! I was going to ask DH for one as *my* gift this Christmas. Not sure he'll go for it anyway...but this price is a bit higher then some I'd been looking at...guess I'm going to have to get gooooood at something and start financing my toy-wish with etsy.com or something! Hmmm..work full time, chase toddler, feed family, chase toddler, sleep. Gonna have to find some more hours in the day!

And I'm so glad to have a beautiful kitchen play area used by BOYS to show DH! I keep telling him that my brother used our toy kitchen as much as I did, but he's dubious. Won't stop me, but I like it when he's on board!
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We have the Camden Rose kitchen as well - there are pics already posted (#230). I've got both boys and girls but the boys do really love it! It's so cute how they cook & serve us "food" (often completely invisible food).

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We have the Camden Rose kitchen as well - there are pics already posted (#230). I've got both boys and girls but the boys do really love it! It's so cute how they cook & serve us "food" (often completely invisible food).

Saw your pics too...believe it or not, I've read this whole thread and then some and looked at all the pics. It's just that I finally got around to registering so that I could comment!
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I'm slowly adding more natural playthings.

I found the wooden cabinet and side table a few months ago at a consignment store, and I've turned them into a makeshift kitchen. My dh promises me he'll put some shelves in them. We don't really have a sink, but they never really played with them when we had another kind of cheapie kitchen. I really wish I could find wooden pots and pans, without having to order them online.

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I love the kitchen from Palumbo, but I'd never be able to afford them, and we probably wouldn't even have room for them anyway.

I did also find a wooden child sized mortar and pestle and some wooden fruit from the same consignment store.

http://i157.photobucket.com/albums/t...oodenfruit.jpg

The wooden fruit set I got for $14 and it will be dd2's birthday gift in September.

I have the hardest time finding real wood shelves though at a price I like. I still have the plastic Target toy storage unit that I'm wanting to replace with a real wood bookshelves. But, they are so expensive. That's another thing I wish dh could make, but I shouldn't hold my breath.

I'm also going make sure to go to one of the summer festivals where I know I will find a crafter who makes unfinished wooden animals out of pine. I bought some last year for about 40 cents - 70 cents a piece. I finished them myself. I forgot to get a chicken and a goose and a few other things. Plus he had little wooden dollhouse sized kitchen accessories for a like 10-15 cents a piece. I have been waiting all year to go back.

You can see the other toys/playmats I have made for the kids for Christmas on this part of my blog

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That is so cool! And if you get more of those figurines, you should sell them! I would so pay you to get some for me! I love your blog!

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Miss Information- Wow! I love the playmats and mushroom house you made for the kids, I'm really inspired to try to do these myself. I love thrift and consignment stores too- you never know, a kids wooden pot and pan set could show up anytime . The things you made for your kids are truly gorgeous and special!

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That is so cool! And if you get more of those figurines, you should sell them! I would so pay you to get some for me! I love your blog!
Thank you. I will see what I can find at the craft fair next month. He's only 1 vendor out of several hundred that actually makes wooden animals/dollhouse furniture etc. There's one or two others that makes wooden vehicles.

I love my blog too. It's really helped me really become aware of what I want for my children. It's a little eclectic though - I like both Montessori and Waldorf, but since I'm a former biologist, I like science a lot too (though we haven't been doing science experiments of late, since my dd had 4 week long science camp so we eased up a bit for a while).

I must say it's also been very therapeutic to have a creative outlet for my energies (in both the crafting and the blogging). While I don't miss my work per se, I was floundering quite a bit at home with no direction. Having the blog focuses me quite a bit and it's fun to see what we've done in the past 6 months.

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Miss Information- Wow! I love the playmats and mushroom house you made for the kids, I'm really inspired to try to do these myself. I love thrift and consignment stores too- you never know, a kids wooden pot and pan set could show up anytime . The things you made for your kids are truly gorgeous and special!
I keep my eyes open all the time for treasures. In fact, my fav consignment store is called Hidden Treasures.

Thank you for the compliments on my handwork. I had a lot of fun with it, but I feel the itch to do more. I will have a little time (I think), when my oldest two are off to school and I have just the littlest one at home with me. I plan to be doing some handwork while she sits beside me doing her "works" and playing with fairies and gnomes. At least that's the vision I have.

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I forget who had it, but where did the tipi come from? Did someone make it? I would love to make one for my kids.

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changed around our kitchen play area. She outgrew the big plastic playzone haha next I need to make an ikea trip to get a play table and some chairs, but for now she has a changing table now turned into a play kitchen, a cardboard box serving as a table and a small reading area. Yeah yeah ok not very waldorfy to have books i guess, but she really loves them and they occupy her for a few minutes at a time haha

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one more, more recent

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and i guess ill add the playstand play area that dh made although Its on a serperate post it will be nice to have all on this post too right?

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and while im at it haha here is the front yard too. Just put it on another post so i have it handy

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Great way to use the changing table and I love how you put the canopy over it!

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The Compulsive Rearranger here...

This was a few weeks ago:
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And here is what we changed it to the other day:
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we have to keep that top shelf clear for him to put stuff up there... otherwise he just throws everything off for a clean slate to work with

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sunnymw - I'm a chronic reorganizer too. But in part, I think it's a good thing because sometimes it keeps it interesting for the kids to change things up a bit (unless your child really doesn't do well with change). I hope to post a room update soon too. I finally got rid of the plastic toy organizer. Now we have shelves and baskets, instead.

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yeah me too! mine is different now too!

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