Vintage Playroom Ideas Perfect for your Little Hipster

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Nowadays playrooms are incredibly boring. It’s a harsh truth. It’s all a myriad of white, with white, with a few splashes of colour, with white again. We’re not saying there aren’t good designs out there, we’re just stating the fact that most of the times it gets buried deep under the beautiful madness that is design on the web. But good design, above everything else, doesn’t have to be or to feel modern, per se.  If you happen to be raising a little hipster (which is totally cool, hipsters are incredible trendsetters) or happen to be one yourself, we believe you’ll enjoy these designs as much as we do.

This industrial vintage playroom has a comfortable and warm vibe. A big table so that kids can play and make their crafts and plenty of storage for toys and craft materials, this way the room keeps organized. This army style tent is also a cool space for kids to play.

His vintage white playground is perfect for a family with a lot of kids. A long table for kids to play and make their crafts and handy storage armoires to compose this white classic vintage playroom.

Much similar to the above idea, a long table where little girls can throw a majestic tea party. The storage is very wide and provides a comfy feeling to the room. Combining there are pastel and neutral décor to match the simplicity of the room.

The spare room at home can be transformed into many things. But a vintage toy car garage is absolutely the cutest and most incredible idea ever. Kids sure will have a blast playing here.

Does your kid love aeroplanes? Then a vintage plane playroom might be the best idea for that little pilots. Plus this rustic and industrial décor is absolutely incredible!

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