Name: Parker (8), Monty (5) & Elliot (3) Location: Green Bay, Wisconsin
My boys have recently moved in together in preparation of their sister's arrival! We gave this room a makeover to make it extra special for them, putting some fresh paint on the walls and buying new beds with matching duvets.
Of course, we've seen lots of uses for twinkle lights during the holidays, and even some great ideas for using them year round in your house. But we also love twinkle lights for kids' rooms, where you can use them to make the room a little more special, created a themed room, or even create a custom night light.
As are many of you, I'll wager, I am passionate for names. I have been slowly collecting my favorite children's name displays from Apartment Therapy Family and across the web. Parents with a knack for picking great monikers also tend to get creative with their kids' rooms. Click through for inspiration beyond the traditional cookie-cutter mold.
My ideas for this nursery have been in the back of my mind ever since I got married, almost 10 years ago. I collected vintage games and toys from family and friends and put them together with a few newer and modern elements to create a fun, colorful vintage nursery.
Some parents worry that their baby's closet is too small, but what if all you have for a nursery IS a closet? Kari has been inspired by all the small nurseries we've shown in the past and wanted to share her own small space baby project: her closet turned nursery.
The only time I've ever slept in a bunk bed was at summer camp, and I loved it. While most of us aren't sleeping away in cabins, everyone can use space-saving furniture. For kids, lofted and bunk beds are a great option.