M's reading nook. The room was already painted blue and had a chalkboard stripe (as you see). My husband did not want to paint over the stripe, so I just went for it anyway. The tree is cheap, brown tissue paper glued to the wall using Elmer's school glue. The shelves are melamine from Ikea. I sprayed them brown using Krylon plastic paint. The leaves are cut from a Junie B. Jones book. The cocoon is from Ikea as well. :) She really enjoys this little hideaway.
Kick the Cabin Fever: 24 Budget-Friendly Ideas for Indoor Play
If you’re one of the unlucky ones to be caught in the middle of the Polar Vortex, odds are that you’re suffering from a bit of cabin fever. And with kids that can become a real problem. If you’re on a tight budget like me, new toys and trips to Gymboree are simply not an option.
a non-cheesy inspirational sign is my fave
Today’s post is from my real life best friend and all around creative gal, Kelly of Cloudy Day Gray. You could easily adapt this project to spell out any message. I think a happy birthday one is in…
Interview - Clare Cousins - The Design Files | Australia's most popular design blog.
‘B House’ – the recently renovated home of architect Clare Cousins, designed by Clare and built by her partner’s firm, Maben Group. Photos by Shannon McGrath. Interior, ‘B House’ – Clare’s own home. Photos by Shannon McGrath. Clare Cousins – photo by James Geer Clare Cousins is just seriously impressive on every level. Clare runs …