A Small Comfort ~ Chippenham Playroom Project

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I am excited to share with you a project that I have been working on for several months!

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I’ve teamed up with a local non-profit ~ A Small Comfort ~ to renovate the children’s playroom at Chippenham Medical Center.  “A Small Comfort, Inc was founded in 2009 as an effort to support and comfort parents and their children in times of crisis.  In times of uncertainty and doubt A Small Comfort strives to provide "comfort” and normalcy to families with a child facing a chronic or life threatening illness."

I created two room designs for the playroom and now it’s up to the public to vote for their favorite design.

Design Option 1

Design Option 1 is based around the adorable animal prints by Creative Thursday.  Each print would be framed and matted to accentuate the art work.  The colors on the walls are blues and greens giving a ‘grass and sky’ feel to the room which relates to the jungle theme.  The children’s table is made to look like a tree stump, and the chairs continue with the blue and green theme.  There are wall play units and play tables throughout the room to engage the children.  There is also a ‘tree house’, a ‘garage’ for toy cars, and a storage shelf for movies.

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Design Option 2

Design Option 2 is based around the bright and geometric animal wall decals.  Color blocks of different paint colors highlight each animal.  The bold colors and fun shapes give a whimsical feel to the room, while still continuing the jungle theme of the floor.  The children’s table and chairs are a fun shape to echo the playfulness of the decals.  There are wall play units and play tables throughout the room to engage the children.  There is also a ‘tree house’, a ‘garage’ for toy cars, and a storage shelf for movies.

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Please take a minute to vote for your favorite design!

VOTE HERE!

Be sure to visit A Small Comfort’s website to learn more about what they do and their mission.  Also, be sure to ‘like’ their Facebook page.

I want to send a big thank you to several people who are helping to make the room come together:

-Lee Ailstock of A Small Comfort -Christine Shepard of Iron Gate Interiors ­­­­­-Cheyenne McQuilkin of Eye Intuitive -Mark Collins and Stacey Eanes of Speedpro Imaging

Working with A Small Comfort on the Chippenham playroom project has been an honor.  I cannot wait to see the space come together and give these amazing children a place to play and have fun!

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