This recent post is proof: there are so many beautiful, colorful kitchens in the world. Why should grown-ups have all the fun? If you have a time-worn, kid-weary kitchen, then perhaps this could be just the inspiration you need to give it a brand new coat of paint? Here are some colorful options for kids.
When it comes to home decor, glam and geek can be like oil and vinegar: they don't naturally mix well, but when done right, it can offer a tasteful combination. The only trick to styling a collection of seemingly disparate elements—smoothly folding together The Walking Dead figurines with gilded gold giraffes—is to go into it with a well thought out strategy and an open mind.
Even if the calendar claims Fall doesn't start until September 22nd, I think we can all claim it's officially here. Schools have started, apple orchards are overflowing, and I'm seeing Halloween costumes all over Pinterest. I'm also seeing owls everywhere!
A friend gave these to my son for his fifth birthday and I thought it was a brilliant choice. At an age when kids are starting to become more interested in electronic toys, these robots still have a "cool" factor and stacking them in different configurations is fun and challenging.
If you're a little intimidated by trying to build a pirate ship bedroom or an elaborate wooden pirate play house, here are a few ideas that might seem more feasible. Whether you're looking for a pirate ship toy to float in a pond or a full vehicle for kids to play in, you'll find something here!
I have to admit that I still have a weakness for dolls. When I was a kid I had countless Barbies and Japanese fashion dolls with bright hair and jointed limbs, but there was never any really good doll furniture. My dolls' dream house was hot pink and plastic and, while it was certainly fun, it lacked a certain elegance. Enter Lene Dragon's modern doll furniture.