Toddler Room

My daughter's room has no closet and is pretty small, and I just couldn't find any furniture I liked around here. But I found tons on! So, her entire room (except one old bookshelf) is now ana-white originals.... the cubbies hide her clothes and toys; the dress-up center functions as her hanging closet; she colors on the easel (originally made for her brother, but he never used it...); and the doll bed serves as a resting place for several different dolls (sometimes all at once). I think I will build her the dollhouse bookshelf to replace the older bookshelf, and once she's ready for a real bed (as opposed to the mattress on the floor), I'll be building that too! The chalkboard easel was one of my first builds, and I have to say, it still remains one of the most challenging (my screws kept splitting, I had a hard time fitting things together, esp. without another pair of hands....), but watching my daughter scribble all over it nearly every day makes it worth every minute! Building the dress-up center and cubbies took almost no time at all - but it took me over a month to get them finished (sanded, painted and poly'd). Thanks again Ana for the great plans and all your hard work!

Estimated Time Investment
Week Long Project (20 Hours or More)
Type of Wood
PureBond plywood; pine
Finish Used
The lavender color is oops paint; the white on the cubbies is Benjamin Moore that we used as trim for other rooms in the house.
Recommended Skill Level