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  • Courtney Kraemer

    Love this space! Kid friendly, but a little refined at the same time.

  • Rachel Mortimer

    For the third bedroom I know not what to do with...a office/craft room! Love the framed artwork and momentos.

  • emily u

    Create a Meaningful Home: Sarah of Thrifty Decor Chick how she thinks of the kids (drawings, caddy, and lego that slides under sofa are great)

  • Kristi

    great way to display artwork

  • Rachel Slimp

    Cute idea for displaying kids' artwork

  • Heidi LaPerle

    Frame kids art for the bonus room

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