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loft
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Questions7
another great way to store supplies
... the loft, a dedicated space where the children are home-schooled. "I like that we have the loft now to store and organize our school supplies. It is nice to be able to 'leave' school upstairs while we go down and take a lunch break. When designing the house, we chose to use attic trusses, which allowed
every last item on display, but putting frequently used tools in an easy-to-grab spot is key. Fill an open-top bin or basket with your materials and store it in the room where you like to work.
“Table” — albevel4
Maple & Gray
Maple & Gray Wardrobes
Ideabooks2,816
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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.
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, remove enough so that what’s left can be easily stored and enjoyed.
“Detail on closet” — margaretanneproctor
Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors
4 Reviews
Parkway
Ideabooks9,703
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Furniture Options• Think first about what you may already have — a small bookcase can be perfect for holding baby's toys and books, and a dresser can store clothing and stand in as a changing table with a pad placed on top.• Do shop vintage, but with a caveat — it's unlikely that older cribs meet today's
purchasing anything there, you can familiarize yourself with the many green brands available.• If you do purchase furniture brand new from a big-box store, set it up as soon as you can to allow time for off-gassing to occur. If anything you have purchased for baby's room has a strong chemical smell, air
organic mattresses completely free of chemicals, made in Ohio. They are now available through retail giant Babies R Us, or check the website to find a store near you.Green tip: Think quality over quantity. A piece like this classic Eames rocker may be a splurge now, but you will love it forever.Nursery style
“Baby” — mclyte012
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Emidio's Room
Ideabooks13,661
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Storage bins don’t just come in canvas or rattan — or solely from a home store, for that matter. Hershman has also used plastic paint cans from a craft store to house blocks and Legos. “One of my best sources is the janitorial supply catalog,” she says. In this project
shelf, buckets to store toys, world map
Storage bins don’t just come in canvas or rattan — or solely from a home store, for that matter. Hershman has also used plastic paint cans from a craft store to house blocks and Legos. “One of my best sources is the janitorial supply catalog,” she says.In this project
“I like the world map...” — dsiller
Standard Creative
2 Reviews
Sterling Road Addition
Ideabooks2,819
Questions4
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Hi DH Ross I believe the coffee table is an antique wooden trunk from India. ( Which preserves its original colors ) Here is an example of a couple of them currently available at our store .
supersize display space for your child’s art? You decide. Get cork, available in rolls at most home improvement stores, and affix it to your wall with finishing nails. While you’re at the store, have some molding cut to fit and use that as a frame. Once you have the whole thing installed, paint it to match
“Kids artwork didplay” — emilies3
Iris
Boy's Room
Ideabooks937
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Very inexpensive way to create shelving in no time. Brackets and wood can be bought from any home improvement store. Just cut to size and paint wood and / or brackets.
7. Add vintage appealToys from your youth or gathered from antique stores provide a sense of style in your son’s room. Boys’ rooms lean towards being overly practical, so bring playful charm, lightness and humour to their
now as they used to be. Dig through a chest of your childhood toys, dust off the family heirlooms, or collect some special pieces from a second-hand store. Vintage style in children’s bedrooms not only rekindles your own nostalgia, but forms an eclectic mix sure to stimulate any child’s imagination.
“Organised shelves” — kittsandvik
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
23 Reviews
Mill Valley
Ideabooks24,630
Questions12
Lockers look cool and make a great place for storing toys and books.
This boy's bedroom mixes vintage, modern, playful and stylish themes. The colorful lockers came from Kalmbach's store; the surfboard is actually a creative take on a growth chart. The clean, simple bedding is from Garnet Hill. Overhead, models built by the room's inhabitant
comic books or inexplicable items they discover when exploring with mates at the park. That’s why this inexpensive school locker works a treat for storing all those precious objects, and the multicoloured paint job adds vibrancy to the once-drab doors.
“Lockers” — Jessika Buzzard
Holly Marder
My Houzz: Contemporary Country Style in the Netherlands
Ideabooks370
Questions1
Hello, unfortunately, I do not know where the stove and doll house are from, though I presume they were purchased from a toy store locally.
her. A repurposed wooden crate stores reading books on a built-in desk.
The older daughter’s room has a white, red and charcoal-grey colour scheme. The main furnishings and neutral backdrop mean the colour palette can mature with her. A re-purposed wooden crate stores reading books on a built-in desk
“le tabouret” — Agnès Carpentier
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