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Children’s Bedroom Organization

by Jessica B. July 30th, 2014 Organization, Storage
As Mom to two boys under 5, organizing my kids’ bedrooms is one of the biggest challenges my family has faced while trying to redecorate our home. Let’s face it, for a better part of the day, our house looks like a tornado has swept through, with toys and books flung everywhere. Only between the hours of 7pm to 7 am can you expect to see the flooring and walk without watching out for a big hunk of Lego. But we are getting better. And here are some great
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Decorative Lighting Choices for a Child’s Bedroom

by T Akery July 28th, 2014 Electrical, Lighting
A children's bedroom should be fun. One way to incorporate that fun is through the use of creative lighting. There are many different ways to incorporate decorative lighting. The most important rule is to ensure that is something your child will like. This means looking at different colors and shapes that will match their style.

One of the biggest places where lighting fixtures have taken on fun characteristics is the overhead lighting fixtures. These lighting fixtures can be found in fun shapes such as round spheres like a disco ball or color flower petals that allow the light to shine
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Children’s Bedroom Storage: Build Cubbyholes

by Charles Wangersky July 24th, 2014 Organization, Storage
Organization
When my oldest was about 6, it occurred to me that it would be great to have a wall of cubbyholes, like they have at daycare, for all of his stuff. Knowing him, he would take the opportunity to display some of his favorite pieces in them, and the rest could be used to get most of the miscellaneous stuff off the floor. The thought of cutting and nailing all those little squares of wood was a bit daunting, though, as it seemed to
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Home-Have-to-Have

3 Reasons to Buy an Open Toy Bin

by Marnie Bii July 25th, 2014 Home Have-to-Have
If your kids frequently pull all of their toys out of the toy box in search of their favorites, your home could benefit from the addition of a specially designed bin. A toy bin has a series of shelves that hold small bins to keep toys separated and easily accessible. Here are the main benefits you'll enjoy from this simple purchase.

Sets Stay Separate

If your
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Three Home Renovation Projects to Help Your Home Feel More Summery

by Editorial Team July 24th, 2014 Decorating, General
Decorating The summer is just getting going here in the UK, and so it’s more than likely that you’re spending more and more of your time in the garden on an evening soaking in the last of the day’s sun. While your garden is the perfect place to sit and
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