“Happy Place” is a great way to describe a reading nook! It’s what it should be for all kids if they’re true readers! A cozy reading corner like this would totally make it one! 📷Pinterest
Creating an effective study space doesn’t have to take up too much space. A simple, sleek desk would do the trick. Love the chalk board on the wall, great to jot down those important messages and to do lists.
Always on the lookout for the cutest corners for kids bedrooms we just had to share this one. Without overloading on it the appropriate use of turquoise really caught our eye coupled with the oh so trending tassels, letter board sign and pineapples! Wouldn’t this make for a superb reading corner for a pre
Why neglect the bathroom decor when redecorating the kids room? Loved this wash basin area with an entire nautical / beach feel! Cute isn’t it?
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Small space for your kid’s room? We love this smart bedroom idea with gorgeous pastel hues to give the illusion of space along with emphasis on utility and comfort. The wall mounted desk/shelf is truly brilliant!
When you can’t go all out with a major colour explosion in the kid’s bedroom you can totally take some risks in the bathroom. Totally love this polka dotted and striped look!
Have your children’s books out on display rather than hiding them in the cupboard to encourage reading! We love this window sill converted into a reading nook with table and chairs to make reading time as comfortable as possible.
Pastel hues for the upcoming spring and summer perfect for any kid’s room! Take a different route from dark wood colours and white furniture and go for a green colour!
With a son obsessed with Marvel and it’s Super Heroes I found this Super Hero themed bathroom just too brilliant. The Telephone booth door is my favourite!
So as a mum I’ve always felt like towel hooks in the kid’s bathroom are way better than towel rods as the child finds it easier to hang the towel back up to dry. (Which is a good habit to inculcate instead of just picking up after them). So if you’ve got the luxury of
Why make your child’s study space a boring one which lets admit it no kid will wanna sit at! Loved this desk with splashes of colour and a mean organisation system in place which looks quite inviting for kids at any age! Notice the painted mason jars which are my personal favourite!