Simple stack of multiple fabric-covered foam pads. makes a cushy "sofa" in the playroom, and can be pulled apart for multiple sleepover guests, movie night pillows, or tumbling games, etc.
6th Street Design School: Best of 6th Street 2013
Such a great idea for organizing in a therapist's office - especially art therapists and play therapists! - pinned by Private Practice from the Inside Out at www.AllThingsPriv...
Hang flashcards as art in a child's room. Here's a tutorial for how to make the frame.
Play stage. Add some toy microphones, dress up clothes, and accessories, and its' a party! I wonder if I could do something similar in the classroom...?
If your children are budding artists, they probably enjoy pursuing projects independently. Encourage your children's creative aspirations by providing them with small, portable worktables of their own. Equip the tables with conveniently mounted rolls of paper, and no matter where they are, your kids can portray their surroundings.
DIY Instant oatmeal packs - 60 packs for less than $4.00 and 10 minutes of your time
What child would not want to linger in this colorful and bright library?
Instructions for building a cornice board- foam insulation board instead of plywood, and a hot glue gun instead of nails.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#
Big Girl Bed Room Headboard: Target.com Bedding: Target Rug: Walmart Chair: Target.com Frames: Cut It Out website, Hobby Lobby, Target, and miscellaneous ones laying around the house that I painted Lamp: IKEA (base spray painted) Chandelier: IKEA Curtains: Target Paint color: Custom matched by Sherwin Williams
Love all the colors.
I feel like basements are usually so dark. This one on the other hand is one that I find bright and inviting! When we redo the basement the space may look like this. small but cute.