Kid's Basement Space - Reading Nook traditional-kids
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Kid's Basement Space - Reading Nook Traditional Kids, Atlanta

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cirque_du_chat wrote:
please could you tell me the striped material source? Thank you.
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hkovicak wrote:
Can u tell me how many inches u have between shelves..thank u!
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svanb wrote:
I love the daybed fabric. Where is it from?
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jeanielb1 wrote:
What type of tile is used on this floor
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Danyelle Mathews added this to Cheery Paint Treatments Make for Happy Kids
If you're still feeling nervous about brightly painted wall treatments, have your kids create colorful art on large canvases, then hang the works in their room. You'll get the color they crave without the commitment.
Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to Give Your Home a History by Telling Your Story
Using children's artwork in your home is not only affirming for the child, but it creates a history for them — as well as for you. Not to mention that kids' artwork is often so exuberant, so colorful, and so much fun that it is an instant hit in any room. Make it even more special by having your kids' pictures made into wallpaper (find out how here). No worries: This wallpaper is easily removable, so you'll never have to leave it behind.
Laura Gaskill added this to Inspiring Book Nooks Welcome Young Readers
Turn a daybed into a reading nook. Built-in bookcases make this daybed an appealing spot for plopping down with a book. If you’re not looking to add built-ins, try flanking a freestanding daybed with a pair of bookcases for a similar look.

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