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Create a small privacy space using a curtain rod and pillows. Leave curtains tied back and the top open, to help with easy supervision of the children using the space.

Handmade Hideaways

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!

Add some sparkle to the room with mini LED lights! I used small adhesive hooks to create the heart shape with the lights, and chose a white cord instead of green. Because this is a toddler room, these lights aren't always turned on. Leave that for special evening story times, or turn them on and off with a timer attachment.

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Add some sparkle to the room with mini LED lights! I used small adhesive hooks to create the heart shape with the lights, and chose a white cord instead of green. Because this is a toddler room, these lights aren't always turned on. Leave that for special

If you have an awkward, small wall in the nursery - why not create a mini library wall?! #nursery #walldecor

William's Whimsical Blue, Orange and Green Nursery

The absolute easiest way to create your own play table for your little builders…

Peel-and-Stick LEGO® Compatible Baseplates

Peel-and-Stick LEGO® Compatible Baseplates - Fastest and Easiest DIY Play Table or Wall x - 2 Blue, 2 Green)

Cute bed! It's still easy to change sheets but looks like a house. Maybe add the roof and leave the side open

Afraid of transitioning your baby from a crib to a big boy bed for risks of falling off? Check out these floor beds to inspire you and eliminate the risks!

Mom pinner, Alex Evjen shares how to personalize your student’s perfect crash pad: “Make any dorm room feel like home with this creative & easy DIY headboard. It’s an inexpensive design idea that only takes minutes to create and makes a huge impact. Easily swap out the tapestry with a different color scheme or print at any time.” This pin was made by Moms, for Moms to make sending any student off to college easy, thanks to the On to College Motherboard.

Mom pinner, Alex Evjen shares how to personalize your student’s perfect crash pad: “Make any dorm room feel like home with this creative & easy DIY headboard. It’s an inexpensive design idea that only takes minutes to create and makes a huge impact.

I'm going to make this for my little girls! And, it uses tab curtains which makes it that much easier.

Save 2 of the old tab top curtains for this! Easy Kids' Tent/ Reading Nook A simple project using pine boards, hex nuts and bolts and tab top curtain panels that comes together in about an hour.

Replace your curtain rods with swing arm rods to open up the room and allow more light in. Windows appear to be bigger than they are

Good idea for Mom's Bedroom window. Sheers for window heavy drapes for night privacy. Replace your curtain rods with swing arm rods to open up the room and allow more light in. Windows appear to be bigger than they are, too. LOVE THIS IDEA!

For those parents who live in a small home but have two or more children, they must face the difficulties that lack the number of bedrooms for each child to live separately. So sharing the bedroom together becomes the only option. If the two children are two boys or two girls, it becomes an easy …

20+ Brilliant Ideas For Boy & Girl Shared Bedroom

Developing a shared children's bedroom isn't a mean feat. It is irrelevant how badly you've got to visit the restroom or want a medium Coke. This shared bedroom.

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