I have said time and time again what a fan I am of HIDDEN storage, and that is especially true of toy storage. So it’s no wonder these wooden under-bed storage bins by Jenna of SAS Interiors caught my eye. I mean your kids are already stuffing their toys under the bed, right? Why not […Read More]
When Julie Blanner was trying to decide on a special birthday gift for her daughter, she recalled the magic of reading and playing in a tent in her own room as a child. Therefore, Julie decided a teepee would make the perfect gift but couldn’t find one for the right price or color palette for […Read More]
I am a storage hoarder. I simply love storage, and when you’ve got kids, you simply can’t have enough. Jamison of Rogue Engineer says he needed to get a handle on the toy situation in his playroom. He turned to Pottery Barn Kids for inspiration and walked away ready to tackle his own bulk bins. […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]
Craft stores have really made it easy to create your own textural wall art by selling burlap canvases. Ariean from One Krieger Chick turned one of these panels into a pretty monogram using her Cricut, paint, and a little DIY savvy. I love this in a child’s room and think it would also be a […Read More]
Katie from Addicted to DIY finally crossed off a project that had been on her DIY list for awhile – a ladder bookshelf for her oldest son’s room. While the wire baskets may account for the bulk of the expense with this project, they are also what makes it so stinkin’ awesome! In this case, […Read More]
For school-age kids summer means endless days of outside play, water fun, popsicles…. and summer reading! And what better place to snuggle up with a book than in a cozy play tent like this one that Erin from Life in the Dub Lane made for her son? Like Erin suggests, this would also be a great addition to the classroom for all you teachers out there. Your kids will love having their own private escape, and you will love the fact that you saved tons of money!
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!