Oplay focuses on the mid-to-high-end market in the amusement industry, providing high-quality products that bring higher returns on investment for customers. High-quality children’s equipment provides better protection for children and creates a safer entertainment environment. Today, let me talk to investors about the design of indoor children’s playgrounds.

  1. Choice of Theme for Decoration Style: The decoration design of indoor children’s playgrounds is one of the marketing methods to attract children to play in the store. When decorating children’s playgrounds, it is important to start from the perspective of children, understand their preferences, determine the theme decoration style, and better plan the decoration design of the playground. Additionally, designing some cartoon characters that children love on the walls not only gives your playground a unique design style but also attracts children to play.

Indoor children’s playgrounds should have a color scheme that matches the space, with brightness, relaxation, and joy as the main elements. Each area’s environment, including color coordination, material selection, overall layout, especially in terms of color tones, should meet the aesthetic needs of children. Children generally prefer bright and vibrant colors, so when decorating children’s playgrounds, use vivid colors predominantly.

  1. Techniques for Area Partition Planning: The interior division planning of an indoor children’s playground is crucial. A well-designed layout of internal zones in the children’s playground can provide customers with a refreshing experience, stimulate children’s various functions such as vision, hearing, and touch, and attract children to come and play. How to place play equipment, make rational use of every square inch of space, and maximize the efficiency of the playground area to make it more convenient and comfortable for consumers are issues that every playground operator needs to consider.

When placing play equipment, investors need to pay attention to the division of the area, the coordination of equipment, and the reservation of play space between venues. If the investor arbitrarily divides the area without planning, it may affect the overall atmosphere of the children’s playground and future operations.

III. Selection of Equipment Materials and Equipment Protection: When decorating indoor children’s playgrounds, safety considerations for children are essential. Details such as designing softer edges for corners that children may easily bump into, such as elliptical or circular shapes, or wrapping them with a layer of sponge, are crucial. Additionally, the choice of decorating materials must be healthy, non-toxic, odorless, and of high quality. Only high-quality equipment can make children play happily, and parents will feel more reassured.

When purchasing equipment, it is necessary to confirm whether the equipment manufacturer has passed relevant national certifications. Materials containing toxic substances, such as wood containing aluminum and arsenic, should not be used to ensure safety. In terms of protection, ground protection must match the game facilities in that area. Protective ground can be sand, safety mats, etc., but it must have sufficient thickness to cushion the impact force and prevent children from falling and getting injured while playing.