OMG! I'd KILL for this chair. Well, not really KILL, but at least trade my best pair of high heels for it. This would make an awesome chair for a Dr. Seuss classroom!
Worthington Public Library Worthington, OH
Novel idea of what to do with worn books. Miniature house made out of stacked books, with books for shingles on the roof - Iowa City Public Library!
Narnia wall. I'm ever so in love with this- would be so cool in a library or reading nook!
End caps in background are different colors. Children's area, Sayville (NY) Library
Unique and Stylish Furniture from Transformed Letters | Design & DIY Magazine
chicka boom boom
Use a tablet instead of computers for a library catalog station. (The dream for circulation too!!)
Happy books above the entrance door announce the Emerson (New Jersey) Library children's room
Check it out - again by Therin of Andor, via Flickr LOVE the "CHECK IT OUT" idea for the desk. We could do it in vinyl @Kari Jones Jones Tedford
diy ornaments. styrofoam covered in glitter. Brilz! Much less expensive than the big ornaments at the store!
Kids table - 6 foot shelf from Home Depot, shelf braces and chair from Ikea..what a great idea! Playroom...
Don't donate that old coffee table just yet! Use chalk board paint and bright colors to make the perfect kid's table that your children CAN draw on.
For library - Milk crates zip-tied together on their sides so that a bench seat fits on top and bins can slide inside them. Want to do this!
My Reggio inspired classroom.
Childrens' Storytelling Area at Alum Rock by San José Library, via Flickr
Make your own Architectural Letters
It starts with a hula-hoop and several roles of crepe paper. Once you have them all attached to the hula-hoop you raise it into place and then twirl and attach all the streamers to the walls.
pom pom chair - fun storytime chair
This could encourage browsing in the non-fiction area...
landscape-your-library by Barbara Braxton via Slideshare
Library book return
Floating Authors and their corresponding characters over the picture book area - For those still learning their ABC's. (Rachel Moani)