The decor that gets marketed to kids usually has, well, an unsophisticated look to it. Much of it is plastic and primary colored – which is all good and well. But if you or your kid is craving something a little more unique, here are some other projects that don't sacrifice sturdiness or style.
IKEA - MULA, Abacus, , One yellow, three greens and two blue ones. This abacus helps your child practice both maths and colors – and proudly show you their new skills.Develops fine motor skills and logical thinking.
Don't hunt through mountains of cardboard boxes. Instead, take a few minutes to transfer ingredients and snacks into clear canisters so you can skip reading labels – and inspire a uniform tidiness. Plus, you'll keep mice away from your cookies and crackers.