A Babys Play Corner in the Living Room!

A nice safe playarea
I bought a wooden laundry box from Argos (very heavy and sturdy) I staple-gunned a layer of foam on the front taking it up and over the lip and covered the whole thing with white fabric (an old sheet)_
I then hemed a piece of alphabet fabric and stuck it onto the front...a good solid toy box which didn't tip when my cruising baby climbed it and she didnt hurt her mouth on the edge if she slipped!
I stuck the foam alphabet letters straight onto the wall making it soft for trips and falls..i made a cover for the sockets out of foam too.
Lastly i stuck cot toys onto the wall and added a mirror.
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  • Siena Thomas Siena Thomas on Apr 08, 2015
    What did you use to attach the letters? I'm trying to do this but live in an apartment and wondering if there is any way to do it without damaging the wall.

  • Helene Jones Helene Jones on Apr 09, 2015
    Hiya..the wall was in pretty bad repair so i used a strong contact glue (evostick/bostik) knowing it would need to be re-plastered at some point anyway. I wonder if double sided tape would do it? depends on the surface your trying to stick it to i guess..good luck!

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