Entries Tagged as 'children'
I recently designed a space for a young ethnic family that was looking for an affordable makeover. They need a space that serves multiple purposes: quiet enough for homework, fun for arts and crafts, and comfy for lounging with friends. I love the way this design came out!
I recently started a new design project and spent the afternoon getting inspired by photos I’ve collected. Although the project doesn’t include children’s rooms, these spaces are so sophisticated they can easily inspire any room in the house. I especially love the grey and yellow color scheme!
( via oh dee doh, remodelista, unknown, remodelista, apartment therapy, apartment therapy. “crying is for babies” letterpress art from here.)
July 13th, 2011 · children
For as long as I can remember, I’ve loved doing crafts. With paint swatches from the hardware store, you can create a color match game to explore the garden or grocery store with the kids. I love this simple, thrifty idea!
I love when people customize ikea furniture by adding their own personal touches. By simply adding feet and a cushion, this bookshelf is the perfect reading nook for this little girl’s bedroom!
(better homes and gardens.)
I was blown away when I saw the big dresser reveal over at young house love. I’m all about refinishing vintage furniture and repurposing it. For only $31.51, this is such a chic way to add style to their baby’s nursery!
Doesn’t everyone wear an evening gown to read to their children? If only we could all look as fabulous as Kelly Wearstler every day.
When I was younger, I thought bunk beds were the coolest thing ever! These images are two completely different styles showing the concept of saving space while adding four times the style!
February 10th, 2010 · children
Speaking of babies… How sweet is this DIY bird mobile spotted over at young house love?! It’s so simple but gives the little one just enough to peak their interest.
January 28th, 2010 · art, children
I’d love to see these in a little boys room as interactive artwork! …and for only $149 it’s a steal!