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The Garchie Project Industrial Kids, San Diego

Example of an urban gender-neutral playroom design in San Diego with green walls — Houzz

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Julie Springfield wrote:
What is the brand of the table? - Please let me know where to find that art table? Love it!
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Who makes the table and chairs?

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Mitchell Parker added this to Room of the Day: Art and Science Room Proves Grandmas Are the Best
An inexpensive room divider hides a water softener and water heater. The tablet to the right with colorful beads is for teaching math. “Instead of thinking in just numbers, I always have them think of objects to go with it,” says Garchie, who once bought up all the yellow rubber ducks in her local Toys“R”Us to teach adding and subtracting. If she’s tired after a long day, Garchie doesn’t have to clean up the garage until morning before the girls come back over, something that wasn’t possible when art happened at her kitchen table. “It took four power washes to get the glitter off my big teak dining table,” she says. “Now all science and art happen in the garage.”But the green paint still remains on those kitchen blinds, which is OK with Garchie, who seems to get endless joy from anything that reminds her of her grandkids. “The green paint splatter makes me smile now,” she says.See more fun kids’ spaces

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