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The New York Botanical Garden
Floribunda rose
Ideabooks502
Questions0
Rosa Julia Child™ Photo by Ivo M. Vermeulen
Julia child rose yellow & licorice flagrance
Loco rice scented rose, Julia Child.
Julia Child - anise scented rose
julia child licorice scent early summer
Licorice. Who doesn't love a sweet anise scent? This old-fashioned aroma puts me in my happy place; it's reminiscent of childhood visits to candy stores. This rose, 'Julia Child', honors its namesake
love a sweet anise scent? This old-fashioned aroma puts me in my happy place; it's reminiscent of childhood visits to candy stores.This rose, 'Julia Child', honors its namesake well with its golden 4-inch blooms and quaint scent. It's a smaller shrub rose, growing up to 2 1/2 feet tall and wide, and blooming
“Licorice. Who doesn't love a sweet anise scent? This old-fashioned aroma puts me in my happy place;” — Anne Power
Lime Lace
Home
Ideabooks312
Questions1
Use it in a child’s roomDuck egg blue has the right blend of sophistication and friendliness to make it ideal for a child’s room. It’s a shade a child won’t quickly grow out of, or a parent object to! It’s also easy to funk it up a little, as this bedroom illustrates. Light bulb wall stickers add some
Use it in a child’s room. Duck egg blue has the right blend of sophistication and friendliness to make it ideal for a child’s room. It’s a shade a child won’t quickly grow out of, or a parent object to! It’s also easy to funk it up
“Zxcvbmmassdgghhjjkklqqwerttyyuuuiioooppp” — fasickm
Shirley Meisels
4 Reviews
Boys Room
Ideabooks6,266
Questions16
Still has fun elements but will grow with child.
pieces into a child’s bedroom. This bedroom was designed for the couple’s 3-year-old son. ‘I am not a fan of “themed” rooms for children. Having one myself, I know how quickly their interests can change,’ Meisels says. ‘Rather, I like to integrate very adult elements into the design of a child’s room, like
pieces into a child's bedroom. This bedroom was designed for the couple's 3-year-old son. "I am not a fan of 'themed' rooms for children. Having one myself, I know how quickly their interests can change," Meisels says. "Rather, I like to integrate very adult elements into the design of a child's room, like
this and a little of that ultimately will last longer as the child grows."Desk: VintageBedding: IKEA and West Elm (throw and cushions are custom)Rug: Madeline WeinribNightstands: Crate and Barrel
“Bedroom” — icia
Dufner Heighes Inc
kids bedroom
Ideabooks26,602
Questions12
Get the look: A child's bedroom is where their personality should shine. Try adding personal style with wallpaper or a fun paint color to start. Map wallpaper is a playful and timeless addition to any child's room. If you're up for it, let your child mark where he or she has been with
make use of the most awkward corner or under-used nook and has a reassuring sturdiness that is perfect for a child’s room, which can be the venue for rough and tumble! You can also involve you child in the design of the furniture or the materials used, so that they feel extra proud of the results.
Impact wall: Wall murals don't have to be passe. While you need to be careful with your selections, wall murals can be terrific, especially in a child's room.
“Earth theme” — mhbdev
From House to Home
Emidio's Room
Ideabooks13,759
Questions5
3. Embrace the power of less.Don't be afraid to ruthlessly winnow the number of toys and materials in your child's room. If a younger child is having trouble
word of warning if you do remove toys in your child's absence: You may want to hold off on actually giving the items away in case you've mistakenly tried to get rid of a real favorite. The point is not to cause meltdowns but to simplify and help your child focus on beloved toys and games.
rivalry as the children sit down to do their homework? Didn't think so. Prevent a family feud by making sure each child has his or her own study supplies. In the home shown here, each child is furnished with a globe, pencil bucket and basket.
trouble letting go of old toys, try decluttering the room on your own. You will be amazed at how much more engaged your child becomes when there is less to focus on. First to go should be any toys that are broken or have missing pieces, and those that are no longer age appropriate. If that still leaves
“Owens room” — kristina758
Maple & Gray
Maple & Gray Wardrobes
Ideabooks2,946
Questions2
organizing kids- art portfolio Have your child pick favorite pieces of art each month, date them and store them in an art portfolio. Toss the rest.
item without the child’s knowledge could result in a meltdown to end all meltdowns. You know your child best, so make the call that feels right to you. Day 1: Simplify.Decluttering tasks: As you go through this process, try to have a clear vision of the sort of room you want for your child and how it will
Remove clothes and shoes your child has outgrown and set them aside to give away, sell or store.Remove toys that are broken or have missing pieces and can’t be fixed.Remove toys that your child has outgrown and decide whether to store, give away or sell them.If your child has a lot of very similar toys
“Lovely room for young boys!” — parisaylott22
Pour Toujours
kitchen
Ideabooks3,131
Questions1
couple saved corks of each bottle of champagne they opened after each child
These framed champagne corks connote the birth dates of each child in a family.
frame, hand labeled with the birth date of each child.
hand labeled with the birth date of each child.
This couple has saved the corks from the champagne they opened after each of their children was born. Now the corks are displayed each in their own little square frame, hand labeled with the birth date of each child.
displayed each in their own little square frame, hand labeled with the birth date of each child.
after each of their children was born. Now the corks are displayed each in their own little square frame, hand labeled with the birth date of each child.
“The corks” — daiseyhead
Green Couch Interior Design
7 Reviews
Belvedere
Ideabooks1,332
Questions7
It's restoration hardware baby and child. Not sure if they still have it. ...
4. Use rolling storage for kids’ toys. Keep a variety of your child’s favorite toys in storage baskets on wheels. The bins can be wheeled from room to room, making it easy to clean up and stow things away when you need
Use rolling storage for kids’ toys. Keep a variety of your child’s favorite toys in storage baskets on wheels. The bins can be wheeled from room to room, making it easy to clean up and stow things away when you need
"4. Use rolling storage for kids’ toys. Keep a variety of your child’s favorite toys in storage baskets on wheels. The bins can be wheeled from room to room, making it easy to clean up and stow things away when you need
“Salle de jeux” — Ariane Boisclair
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