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Cute idea for a child's tent to play in!

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!

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

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.

Try removing the door to your toddler's room and replacing it with a swinging gate. It's better than keep the door open all the time and far more interesting than keeping it closed... and the best part it can keep them in the room when you don't want them roaming the house.

Try removing the door to your toddler's room and replacing it with a swinging gate. It's better than keep the door open all the time, and the best part it can keep them in the room when you don't want them roaming the house.

5 DIY Take-Aways from 5 Great Nurseries — reading tent. 3A DESIGN STUDIO

5 DIY Take-Aways from 5 Great Nurseries

14 Tips for Decorating a Gender Neutral Nursery via Brit + Co. (Obsessed with this corner reading nook)

Outside play

Ball pit kiddie pool and slide. Good idea to keep kids entertained in winter! This is totally going in my kids' play room or basement!

Fairy Door Fairy Doors by UnbelievableFD on Etsy

Use for the tooth fairy to enter the room Fairy Door Fairy Doors by UnbelievableFD on Etsy So cute for a little girls room

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