Many parents spend their time, money and thought into curating their children’s playrooms. They seek to create an environment that is calming, evokes creativity and brings their children a sense of joy and playfulness. Later on in life, the various toys that occupied space in our homes become objects that carry a life-long meaning and emotional connection.
This work explores the childhood playroom and the safety, excitement and joy that it signals. It encourages us to examine whether we continue to think thoughtfully about what occupies the space we live in as adults. How can we continue to cultivate innocence and playfulness beyond childhood?