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Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors added this to My Houzz: Two Floors With a Daycare in a Toronto Victorian
Having a home full of curious hands and minds five days a week doesn't detour Moore from creating a delicately beautiful home. "I wanted to ensure that the kids felt as comfortable as we do," Moore says. "There is nothing at their level that they aren’t allowed to explore." Branch trimmings are used for building towers; walnuts in a felt bowl are for counting and sorting. "It is endlessly rewarding to observe how Rowan and his daycare friends are both learning how to care for their living space, grow within in and take what they need from it," says Moore.Vintage tray: Seafoam Green Lace, Fringe and Fettle Ceramics; flowers: Coriander Girl; wooden bowl: Rusted Maple

What Houzzers are commenting on:

nataliemilk added this to living room
July 28, 2013
something pretty on coffee table?!
Cheryl @ Artzzle.com added this to Display
July 4, 2013
Everyday things can look so great.
Kelly Carlson added this to kcarlson1's ideas
April 14, 2013
details
mauisw added this to Detalles deco
March 27, 2013
Deco sala
patzini added this to patzini's ideas
March 26, 2013
just nice
wbailey77 added this to wbailey77's ideas
March 25, 2013
Lovely
Ta KiDu added this to ta_kidu's ideas
March 24, 2013
nice color tone
frwillosb added this to frwillosb's ideas
March 24, 2013
Lovely setting
jbbrady added this to jbbrady's Favorites
March 24, 2013
jleejoice added this to jleejoice's ideas
March 24, 2013
Cute
wsllltx added this to wsllltx's ideas
March 24, 2013
Coffee Table Decor
amtremit added this to amtremit's ideas
March 24, 2013
our coffee table ?
Scholz Architects - Cathryn Anne Design added this to Materials
March 24, 2013
Having a home full of curious hands and minds five days a week doesn't detour Moore from creating a delicately beautiful home. "I wanted to ensure that the kids felt as comfortable as we do," Moore says. "There is nothing at their level that they aren’t allowed to explore." Branch trimmings are used for building towers; walnuts in a felt bowl are for counting and sorting. "It is endlessly rewarding to observe how Rowan and his daycare friends are both learning how to care for their living space, grow within in and take what they need from it," says Moore. Vintage tray: Seafoam Green Lace, Fringe and Fettle Ceramics; flowers: Coriander Girl; wooden bowl: Rusted Maple
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