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Preventing Electrical Overload in a Kids Bedroom

by T Akery July 23rd, 2014 Electrical, General
Electrical overload is a safety concern in a child's bedroom. This often happens if your child has multiple devices all hooked into the same outlet. This is a huge fire hazard waiting to happen. Children aren't always aware of the danger. Even tweens and teens may ignore this danger in favor of hooking up their game station, computer and television as well as all of their charged electrical devices into the same outlet. You can alleviate some of this problem in a number of ways.

One of the first things
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Tips: Bedroom Furniture for Children

by Lori Sciame July 21st, 2014 Decorating, General
Please listen to your elders when it comes to tips on purchasing furniture for a child's bedroom.  Experience does matter when it comes to knowing what is important and what is not in creating a comfortable living space for a child.  Read this post to find out what factors to consider when buying a bedroom set for your child. You might be surprised at what you learn!

Longevity vs. Cuteness

We all know couples that purchase race car beds for their two year-old sons.  Sure, they look cute now, but in a year or two, the fun aspect wears thin, and
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Organizing Your Child’s Bedroom

by Jessica B. July 17th, 2014 Organization, Storage
Organization
It isn’t easy keeping track of all of your children’s stuff. The key is finding a system that is easy for your children to use as well as easy for you to access. Here are a few tips you can try to help keep toys and clothing organized and stored neatly so that even your youngest kids can keep track of their belongings.

1) Storage crates – For kids, it is easiest to keep large plastic crates full of different toys. This makes it easier
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Decorating

Children’s Rooms: Make Them Memorable

by Lori Sciame July 18th, 2014 Decorating, General
Most adults can remember their childhood bedrooms in vivid detail.  We recall these rooms because they were such an important part of our lives.  We not only slept in our bedrooms, we entertained our closest friends, played board and video games, did homework, listened to music, and even suffered through bouts of illness.  Most importantly, perhaps, our bedrooms served as incubators of our dreams.

Now
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Repairs to Your Child’s Bedroom

by T Akery July 16th, 2014 Maintenance, Repairs
Maintenance Children's bedrooms often go through a lot of abuse. As a result, it is necessary to ensure they are safe for your child. There are some repairs that must be done right away to ensure the safety of their room. Other repairs, you can hold off until changes are
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