It’s great if kids can have their own space to play in, where they can store all their toys and it also means you can keep some spaces free from clutter. If you’ve got the budget, extending is a great way to get some extra square footage for a playroom. And as the kids get older it can be transformed into a study so they have somewhere to do their homework in peace and quiet.
However, if space is at a premium and you’ve got a limited budget, there are still ways to create some play space. Why not dedicate a corner of your living room or dining room to your kids? As kids get older, they’ll probably want space of their own to socialise with their friends, if extending or converting isn’t an option, why not create the space they crave in a shed or summerhouse in the garden?