Eva Sabadkova
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Is this not the most magical room? So many beautiful goodies compiled into one amazing room! I spy our gorgeous little wooden rabbit by Oyoy sitting pretty and admiring the view ☺️ You can view our whole range of wooden animals and toys now at the link in our bio.  Pic via @hudson_and_harlow  #stylishkidseaster17

Is this not the most magical room? So many beautiful goodies compiled into one amazing room! I spy our gorgeous little wooden rabbit by Oyoy sitting pretty and admiring the view ☺️ You can view our whole range of wooden animals and toys now at the link in

Is this not the most magical room? So many beautiful goodies compiled into one amazing room! I spy our gorgeous little wooden rabbit by Oyoy sitting pretty and admiring the view ☺️ You can view our whole range of wooden animals and toys now at the link in our bio.  Pic via @hudson_and_harlow  #stylishkidseaster17

Is this not the most magical room? So many beautiful goodies compiled into one amazing room! I spy our gorgeous little wooden rabbit by Oyoy sitting pretty and admiring the view ☺️ You can view our whole range of wooden animals and toys now at the link in

One old skateboard, some rope and a broom stick (and a tree) and the kids can have a great swing.  Are we ever too old to have a swing?

The coolest swing made from a Skateboard that you'll ever see. Make your backyard that much better with this awesome playground upgrade!

Sydney-based studio MPR Design Group has send us photos of the Vaucluse House project. Completed in 2011, this four level luxury home with expansive harbor views is located in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.                  Vaucluse House by MPR Design Group: "The concept for this dwelling was to reflect the topography and landform of the Sydney Habour basin. The house is expressed as a series of horizontal layers – the sandstone clad base echoes the stone cliffs that hug the inlets of…

Here is another combination kids bedroom with a reading nook along the bedroom wall (the lower circle). Asymmetrical shelves and circles. The lower circle by the floor becomes a reading nook. I want this in my room!