Play Areas at Home, School, and Daycare

If you’re looking for creative DIY flooring solutions for a play area, you’ve come to the right place. EVA foam mats for play rooms, kids’ bedrooms, and even daycare facilities and schools are one of our specialties. Play mats can protect your kids and your floors, are easily maintained, are ridiculously affordable, and you can install them yourself in just minutes.  Continue reading “Play Areas at Home, School, and Daycare”

Replace the Kids’ Carpet with EVA Foam Mats

Dad playing with child on floor

Doesn’t matter if it’s in a bedroom or a classroom, on a back porch or in a corner of the kitchen; the surface your kids play on has to be soft and sturdy (otherwise it’s just something else for you to worry about). It should be simple to install, easy to clean, and be able to take anything your kids can dish out.  Continue reading “Replace the Kids’ Carpet with EVA Foam Mats”

Protecting the Kids Without Hovering

Adventurous boy

We’re coming to understand that overprotecting our kids is actually counterproductive. They need to take risks, explore their environments, and make discoveries on their own without the constant intervention and guidance of adults. But as parents, it’s hard to know where the lines are between good parenting and overprotective parenting. We’ve got an idea that will make it a little easier to let the kids grow independently and still be safe. Continue reading “Protecting the Kids Without Hovering”

Play Spaces In Kids’ Bedrooms

The house I grew up in had an awesome playroom in the basement. Orange and yellow shelves and cabinets lined an entire wall with a floor-to-ceiling pegboard opposite. A child-sized door cut out of the plywood wall that separated the playroom from the laundry room made it easy to get to mom when I needed to (and was just cool).  Continue reading “Play Spaces In Kids’ Bedrooms”

Controlling Kids’ Allergies

According to the Center for Disease Control, allergic conditions are among the most common medical condition affecting children in the United States. Some kids become hypersensitive to things in their environments like food or pollen that trigger allergic reactions. Hay fever, the most common respiratory allergy, is a reaction to small particulates that our kids breathe. Obviously the air outdoors will contain many respiratory allergens, but so can our family rooms, our kids’ bedrooms, and their playrooms. To cut back on the irritants in these areas, the Asthma and Allergy foundation makes several recommendations for controlling the air quality in your home. Continue reading “Controlling Kids’ Allergies”