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Better Homes and Gardens Decorating Ideas, 1975 - Amazing floor! This could easily be coordinated with any color combination on the floor and the wall. could even paint each drawer or just the handles if made in wood. A RAINBOW FLOOR

OK..now THIS is a total girlie girl, BARBIE ROOM...CUTE AND ADORABLE!

Awesome cloud/thought bubble reading nook. So cute for home and for school!


Kids teepee have been right on trend for a while now, because children (and parents) love to play in a teepee. Many different products categories exist in the play tents and teepees department.

I would totally hang, read a book and day dream.

camitas estilosas

this is such a cool kids bed! My mom made me a bed almost like this but the bottom was a toy box. I could lift my mattress and find all my toys :o)

bunks with curtains, bins underneath, books on the wall

If we can't pull off under bunk pull outs, then I like the idea of baskets under bed. I also love the fabric privacy curtains for both beds.




pink cloud pillow AND ADORABLE teepee Also like the other pillows and prints for baby girl's room.

White Cloud Shelf.

Single shelf in the shape of a fluffy white cloud. Made from recycled and recycleable, chemical-free strawboard and painted with eco-friendly non-toxic paint that is free from VOC's. Better for the planet and better for children!

Stenciled floor!

DIY: Dramatic Floor Stencils oh my gosh, would Totally do for my first house. Because my first house will most definitely end up being a DIY project.

Wallpaper Ideas, Bookcases, Libraries, Bookshelves, Bookcase, Book Shelves, Shell

Montessori Playroom. I like the way she organized the coloring utensils into color catagories so children can learn how different shades are still in the same color group. :)

Craft Spaces for Kids

A playroom designed by a Montessori teacher for her three kids. Love the long low table on the wall for kids to use. Could it be done in a classroom?