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from Love Chic Living

How to Create a Stylish, Child-Friendly Home

What makes for a happy family more than a beautiful and safe environment in which to live? This play space includes a child-friendly fireplace with a temporary insert—a magnetic chalkboard that is both good-looking and safe.

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from Our House Now a Home

Decorating ideas for a home with kids

How do you decorate a home that is kid friendly but still a relaxing space for adults? These tips and tricks shared from seasoned parents to keep things functional, organized, fun, and pretty will be a game changer for your home! Tons of DIY ideas as well as some great child approved home decor furniture!


"A series of painted dining chairs, colour-coordinated books and paste-coloured cushions bright a bright and friendly atmosphere to this Norwegian dining room." @Bright.Bazaar /

from Home Decorating Trends - Homedit

How To Determine The Type Of Rug That Best Suits Your Home

Creating a modern look in your home is all about being a minimalist, so if you're on a budget this look is perfect for you. Remember the only way to accomplish this is to set a budget for yourself and a vision.Below are six tips to show you how to tu

from Homepolish

Family-Friendly in Evanston

This family home was decked out with decor, furniture and a considered color palette that worked with existing pieces. "Kid-friendly" was at the top of the priority list as observed by swing hanging from the ceiling. Tour the space with tips from our designer Megan!

from Style Me Pretty The Vault

This Home Tour is Giving Us Major Shelfie Goals

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from Country Living

25 Relaxing and Cozy Reading Corners

In order to create a budget-friendly reading nook for her kids in the family room, this clever mom repurposed rain gutters and end caps from Home Depot to make book shelves. Wooden letters from Michael's spell out "READ." Smart! See more at Vegas Mother Runner.