The Playroom Workspace

The Playroom Workspace

Working at home with little children underfoot isn’t always easy, but having a space where you can both work and keep an eye on your little one helps. Today’s featured workspace transitions seamlessly from office to kid’s area, with plenty of creativity all around.

The playroom/office belongs to Nerissa Goco and Peter Hoang of The New Domestic blog. Thanks to the white furniture and walls, the mishmash of toys, books and electronics all fit in together in this bright space. There’s a mobile to hang artwork, a family photo board, and lots of storage bins.

And when the child’s all grown up, the space can pivot easily into a dedicated office. Check out Nerissa and Peter’s post for more photos of this shared space.

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