Houzz is the new way to design your home.
5 valentines day mothers Contemporary Kids Design Photos
Pillows make bed look like day bed
shades and subtle prints (as seen here) contribute to an overall sense of calm and make the room feel like a special sanctuary. Be prepared for other mothers asking you how to do it!
A nice day bed...Day bed
On Golden Pond
BowlingBowling’s story is full of tips for getting game day going, inspiring the kids to pick Uno over the Xbox. Heck, inspire yourself to choose Cards Against Humanity over another Netflix binge.Full story: Great Game Setups for Snowbound Days
Perusing Houzz, you will see a lot of game tables for kids tucked into basements. As a mother, I can assure you: If it is not well lit, no one will use it. Like moths, kids gravitate toward the light. The designers at D2 Interieurs outfitted
5. Create a table where projects can be saved from one day to the next. Cleaning up is hard to do ... and sometimes it's really not necessary. If your kids are working on more elaborate projects, giving them
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Girls Travel Theme Bedroom
The pillows are all from Target. Except the "Call Your Mother" pillow on the window / bench seat.
double day beds
The home of Wendy
kids wardrobe: Valentine, Maisons du Monde
Clean, crisp, but cozy...white and cherry pink. The walls appear to have just a hint of pink on them, as well. I like the day bed, with the storage below and the attached desk with room for two if one wants company while working, And is that a wardrobe? Like it, too.
dividing wall between the wardrobe and the bed gives the room an additional cozy dimension while making practical use of the large space.Wardrobe: Valentine, Maisons du Monde
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As a mother of three young (and chalk-happy) daughters, I LOVE the idea of covering an entire wall with a blackboard. Even when it's not in use, it still strikes a visually appealing contrast to the fresh white shelving unit and floor rug. A great finishing touch for a fun, functional playroom.
kids have plenty of places to store their toys,” says Wolfe. “It goes back to that idea of reclaiming the adult space once the kids are through for the day.” Wolfe suggests shopping at places like Ikea or West Elm for functional, age-neutral storage pieces that won't break the bank.