As soon as I saw these oversized decorative wall letters made by Jaime from That’s My Letter I was wowed! Pottery Barn Kids charges $79 per letter, while Jamie’s DIY version only cost $15. And you could even use a MDF panel for less expense and more forgiving cuts. Jaime walks you through the process […Read More]
If you read any of my sites regularly, you know I kinda love hidden storage. And when it comes to toys, the more hidden storage the better! Brooke of Killer B. Design enlisted the help of Ana White to draw up plans for this set of UH-mazing storage beds for her daughters’ shared bedroom. I […Read More]
Instead of going the traditional bunk bed route for her 7-year-old daughter’s room, Annisa of A Pretty Happy Home wanted the versatility that a trundle offered (storage or extra sleeping space). She says, “I pictured sleepovers with giggling girls, but also the possibility of storing off-season clothing or sports gear. Sure, it took us some […Read More]
If you are a sucker for anything ruffled or ruched, then this project is for you! Anna from Home, Heart, and Hands created this darling rosette quilt for her daughter’s room for only $20. She did it on the cheap using a queen jersey sheet set from Wal-mart. While this may seem like a lot […Read More]
When Tamara of Provident Home Designs was expecting her fourth baby, a great room shuffle had to occur in her house. This involved Tamara’s toddler transitioning to a full-size bed. Try as she might, Tamara’s Craigslist searches for a headboard like her PBK inspiration came up short, and she wasn’t even able to find plans […Read More]
After building her daughter a beautiful panel bed fit for a princess, Whitney from Shanty 2 Chic built two matching nightstands that are every bit as lovely! Whitney loved the design of a nightstand she’d previously built for her son’s room and teamed up with Ana White to put a “girly” spin on the plans. There is no question in my mind why Whitney adores this design so much – hidden storage! Plus, it sure sweetens the deal that they only cost $60 each to build!
Tamara from Provident Home Design has decorated her daughter’s room with all things whimsical and girly. In fact, Tamara says she feels like she is “lying in a lovely, little flower garden” whenever she snuggles with her daughter at night. The newest addition to this girly oasis is a butterfly canvas that Tamara made for less than $5 in about two hours. While this is darling for a little girl’s room, it’s also a great way to add a touch of spring to your home décor.
As soon as Amanda from Mommy is Coocoo had a daughter she knew she wanted her to have a dollhouse. She loved the versatility of a bookshelf/dollhouse since her daughter may not want to play with dolls forever but would, of course, always have toys and books in need of storage. Amanda was able to create her own from a secondhand wooden dollhouse in need of a little love. With a fresh coat of paint, it’s the perfect little home for her daughter’s dolls or books and other toys!