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Easy to do with a curtain rod to create a nook for storytime or playing.

Fort idea for where the rocking chair is now in D's room. Use a tension rod between the furniture and the wall to create a fort. What kid doesn't love a fort? This would also make an awesome reading nook!

reading nook

toddler girls room- i love the corner cushion with netting- perfect reading area! This is happening in Maddy s room!

Eu Amo Artesanato: Vintage

Eu Amo Artesanato

House Idea -DIY: animal hooks Decorate a baby’s nursery with this wildly adorable coat rack, seen on "The Martha Stewart Show." To add texture, like fur, to your creatures, apply paint over the base coat using a stippling brush.

DIY Stuffed Animal Zoo | The Owner-Builder Network

DIY Stuffed Animal Cage : wood + bungee cords = a place to easily store stuffed animals. *A shorter version of this could work for doggy's stuffed toys too! Plus they could pull out the toys themselves.

Love this make shift desk.

These might be useful in a couple of places around the house w/plugs for laptop standing desks. DIY Flip Down Wall Art Desk Project - Free Plans from Ana White

i love the curtains and the children's artwork on the wall :) Kids Closets Used as Reading Nooks

Kids Closets Used as Reading Nooks

Use part of closet as reading nook? i love the curtains and the children's artwork on the wall :) Kids Closets Used as Reading Nooks

Banishing Blues and Pinks From Your Nursery, Laurel & Wolf, via Brit + Co

9 Ways to Banish Blues and Pinks for a Gender Neutral Nursery

George's Magical Woodland Nursery — Nursery Tour (especially love the makeshift tent in the corner)

Love, love, love this hammock idea that Mom pinner, Kate Arends came up with for any college space. “Lofted beds provide just enough space for a cozy nook. Add a hammock, rug, chair, lamp and some magazines. Perfect for entertaining, or more preferably, studying.” This pin was made by Moms, for Moms to make sending any student off to college easy, thanks to the On to College Motherboard.

Love, love, love this hammock idea that Mom pinner, Kate Arends came up with for any college space. “Lofted beds provide just enough space for a cozy nook. Add a hammock, rug, chair, lamp and some magazines. Perfect for entertaining, or more preferably, studying.” This pin was made by Moms, for Moms to make sending any student off to college easy, thanks to the On to College Motherboard.

Cool reading spot similar to tepee

Whimsical Canopy Tent or Reading Nook made from curved curtain rod and ikea curtains - good idea for a kid bedroom

Dear Mama Tee // Alley

Dear Mama Toddler Tee (White)

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