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754 APARTMENT HOLIDAY Kids Design Photos
Girl bed room
fairly pricey. Nothing worse than a gift wrapped in guilt! Every single birthday and holiday, presents continued to pour in. I know it came from a place of love, but it was truly frustrating. We lived in a studio apartment with less than 500 square feet shared between us. I literally had no room for the
with toys!Change Your Attitude Toward ToysEarly on I requested that my friends and family not buy my daughter any toys or clothes for birthdays and holidays. She had more than she could ever need, thanks to the many well-meaning people in my life.I’m a big believer in hand-me-downs, since kids grow out
nothing, it’s about having things that matter in those three important ways. It’s difficult to stay on top of all the things that come from birthdays, holidays and visits with family, and it’s hard to say, “No, thank you.” Setting the precedent ahead of time can work wonders.
Love this for a holiday home.
bunks for apartment with an additional queen bed
For the apartment second room?
Apartment for students
outdoor holiday decor
holiday window boxes
holiday decor...holiday decorating
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Every Day Is a HolidayDesign team: Charlotte Moss(This photo and next three)This room is inspired and dedicated to Charlotte Moss' former employee, Lilliana, a decorator and art collector who passed away last year. The room is designed as a studio apartment for a worldly woman who is fearless, loves
loves art and scrapbooking, and is a collector. A canopy bed creates a private refuge, where every day can be celebrated as a holiday.
Mia and Nick's Shared Nursery
of raffia or wire for your favorite photos or pages from a book and clip them up like little pieces of laundry on a line.I like to do this with my holiday cards so that I can enjoy looking at them for a month.
of raffia or wire for your favorite photos or pages from a book and clip them up like little pieces of laundry on a line.I like to do this with my holiday cards so that I can enjoy looking at them for a month.Now you: Houzzers, what are your favorite alternative uses for everyday items? Do you brush your
FLO Design Studio
Park Estates Residence
at FLO created it! We used spools of spiraled fabrics we found at Anthropologie that are only available during the holidays. Then we screwed two hooks into the ceiling about 4 feet apart and strung the strings of spiraled material from one hook to the other to create a rod. From there we tied individual
David Nosella Interior Design
Hi Pamela, Check out some of these fun and colorful apartments for inspiration: Ideabook: My Houzz: The Antidote to Dreariness, in One Small Brooklyn Apartment Ideabook: My Houzz: Color and Pattern Make a Manhattan Apartment Sing Ideabook: My Houzz: Pretty Meets Practical in a 1920s Walk-Up
http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/9011566/list/My-Houzz--The-Antidote-to-Dreariness--in-One-Small-Brooklyn-Apartment, http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/9618710/list/My-Houzz--Color-and-Pattern-Make-a-Manhattan-Apartment-Sing, http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/14189806/list/My-Houzz--Pretty-Meets-Practical-in-a-1920s-Walk-Up