Backyard play sets are great, but for renters or families contemplating a move the investment and complex installation can feel like too much of a commitment. Bypassing the play set doesn't mean forgoing outdoor fun for some tepid consolation; there are portable alternatives that are at least as thrilling as their permanent counterparts. Here are a few play options that are easy to set up and just as easy to move when the time comes.
While not everyone is a fan of the toddler bed, they can be good solutions if you have a small amount of space. Even better is this clever hack from Adriel Booker that turns a crib into a toddler bed with room for storage.
There was a time, way back (way, way back) when I wasn't allowed a computer in my bedroom. But now, in the world of laptops and iPhones galore - is anyone really stopping teens from having screen-time in the privacy of their own itty-bitty space?
Picking out baby gear can be fun, until you start thinking about where it's all going to go. Adding a baby-sized bath tub to the mix in a small apartment can be a challenge, but there are a bunch of options these days with small space dwellers in mind.
No doubt about it, in a tiny kid's room, up is the way to go. And when you're lacking in space for storing toys, installing shelving might just be the solution you're looking for. But how exactly does one make "up" look good? Here are 5 nurseries/kids spaces that did wall shelf storage right.
Gretchen's one-year-old son loves his mid-80s Fisher Price Little People Cottage that she picked up at a thrift store. When she was trying to come up with DIY decorating ideas for his nursery, Gretchen thought he might get a kick out of seeing some of his toys as photographs. She come up with this cute and easy art project: