Check out these 12 ideas for indoor play and let your kids hang and swing from the ceilings as the weather turns from cool to cold!
Fall is a still a great time to let kids enjoy outdoor playing. You can ask them to help rake the fallen leaves in the yard and let them enjoy the fresh breeze. But when the weather prevents them from going outside for their daily dose of exercise and sports, how about some indoor gymnastics and other fun structures?
Here is a round up of our favorite indoor swings and gym accessories. Who knows, you may find out you have a future Olympic gymnast at home and you didn’t even know it!
via Madog Bolig
This minimalist approach to this swing is great for a common playroom where you want to add a subtle touch of fun.
Indoor Doorjam Swing
Lack of space doesn’t have to stop you from installing a swing—any old door jam will do. I love how this monochromatic look allows an otherwise imposing object to blend right in.
via 101 Woonideeën
This plank swing adds a bit of rustic to the room.
Swings are a favorite gender-blind accessory to kids’ play spaces. The hardest part will be deciding whose turn it is among siblings. Countless hours of guaranteed fun!
DIY Kid’s Ladder
Tutorial available from BoligLiv
These mounted pallets double as a play ladder and storage space. If kids aren’t interested in hanging around on it, you can ditch the cloth wraps and hang plants and books on it instead.
A Swedish gymnastics wall-mounted ladder brings instant fun and lots of workouts!
Available for $135 from the Collection
These mobile swing hooks by Chevalier Masson can be attached—and just as easily removed—to a room’s ceiling beams.
There are many other options to entertain your kid indoors, from gymnast rings to a floating ladder to a climbing wall.
via Bolig Pluss
These gymnastic rings are a great way for big kids to take a healthy homework break.
via Femke Pastijn
A suspended ladder inspires random doses of exercise and makes for an interesting installment in any room.
via Kaja Osholm Kjølås
We’re loving the Buskas climbing tree by Norwegian designer Kaja Osholm Kjølas—sadly still only a prototype at this time.
Colorful Climbing Wall
What a cleaver way to tire kids out just in time for lights out! Kids will love scaling into bed with this colorful climbing wall.
Indoor Tire Swing
via Skona Hem
A simple tire swing attached to a ceiling stud will also do the trick!
Pictured at the top of this post: High and Low Swings via Melanie Acevedo