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Love this toddler-sized door in a door!

AWESOME!!!...If demensions are right, we might do this for a Christmas present for the boys! DIY kit for installing a kid size door.

I remember seeing this somewhere a while back and wanted to do it...then I forgot!

Clever Closet Storage Cover-Up In this closet door makeover, the old doors were replaced with new particleboard panels cut and painted to resemble an armoire. If you're not comfortable using a jigsaw, embellish the front of existing doors with foam-core board cutouts

Another way to display kids art - I like how it is displayed right under the child's picture

kids' installation by lakbdesign/fergusandme, via Flickr. Would be nice for a studio also - kid friendly or kid at heart.

There aren't enough walls in Ollie's room for all of the excellent Dr.Seuss quotes!

When it comes to creating fun crafts for your kid, think outside the box. The cardboard box, that is. These cute cardboard box creations will keep your child entertained for hours and are super simple to put together.

It would be awesome to make that a reading nook and then have a slide to come down when they are done. What a great idea! I would have lived this as a kid!

"Giant cardboard maze. I would do this for my kids and make the path mimic the Lost Woods from OOT. Maybe Skull Kid would make and appearance..." <- comment win

I really like this idea. Paint the back of the front door to bring color to the space. This just might have to happen!