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Clever Child’s Room Décor

colorful childrens room decorated with Mexican papel picado banners and chalkboard

What makes this room special – look up!

This adorable and super-cheerfully decorated little girl’s room has great color, many things a child would love, and a fanciful attitude many Moms would go for. I certainly would.

So naturally, I took a closer look to see how it went together and realized that it is both amazingly simple and inexpensively done. The shell of the room is white; ceiling, walls, window trim and even the painted floor. High octane color is added through the use of bed, floor and wall textiles, a variety of mobiles, and a knockout Asian-style umbrella. Small, brightly colored area rugs tie the floor and ceiling together.… Continue Reading

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Felted Wool Carpet

pinocchio felted wool carpet from Hay Design

Everyone needs a little fun in their decor

The Pinocchio carpet is named for a type of Danish candy –  colorful sugarcoated licorice balls.

Available in five different color combinations, the carpet is handmade from felted wool balls that are strung together.

I can’t say how durable it is or how well it cleans up.  I only know the Pinocchio rug made me chuckle.  It’s vibrant and happy looking.  It just looks like fun!

(Source: Hay Design)… Continue Reading
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Toddler-to-Kids’ Bedroom

material details of white, pink and green little girls bedroom by Robyn Karp Interiors

A few simple changes creates an age appropriate room.

Designer Robyn Karp turns the tot’s room into a big-girl’s room by swapping the toddler bed for a twin. Everything else remains unchanged.   A solid three-color palette of cotton-candy pink, apple green, and bright white afford the luxury of using a vibrant multi-colored floor covering like the one here from Stark.

The quilted polka-dot upholstered headboard and bed skirt are the only pattern in the room except for a subtle repeat of polka-dots on the framed mirror above the dresser and a toss pillow. We see a glimpse of a crystal chandy — so popular in girly-girl rooms and, of course, Ms.… Continue Reading

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Kids’ Room Rug Styles

ladybug and butterfly rug by Momeni

Fun carpets for toddlers to ‘tweens

Do your kids speak in net slang?  If so, OMG and LOL become a regular part of their vocabulary.  Text messaging and internet chat abbreviations have become so commonplace it was only a matter of time until it showed up on home accessories.  Momeni’s ‘Lil Mo “Hipster” rug collection caters to ‘tweens by combining hip color elements and style.  So tell your bff (best friends forever) or maybe that special someone that you 143 (I Love You) with this hand tufted 100% acrylic rug.

From the Whimsy line is another 100% acrylic hand tufted offering, called Mod colored retro robots.… Continue Reading

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Fun Kids Carpets

color game rugs for children

Entertaining and education rugs for children

Bold primary colors give these educational and fun carpets a dose of high energy. I’ve always chosen mind-challenging toys over ones that will be tossed aside once the novelty subsides, so these rugs easily earn my passionate stamp of approval. Made of 100% nylon, they are easy to keep clean.

(Source: Learning Carpets)… Continue Reading
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White House-Worthy Kids’ Rooms

red pattern rug and fur bean bag chair

Design ideas for Malia and Sasha’s private spaces.

America’s first daughters, 10-year old Malia and 7-year old Sasha Obama, have become overnight ‘tween sensations since their dad’s inauguration. After all, who could resist such endless adorableness. So details of their little lives, such as how their new White House bedrooms will be decorated, are popping up in glossy gossips.  US Weekly recently revealed that new decorator-in-chief Michael S. Smith will use mass market furnishings in the girl’s rooms.

To see what is readily available, we checked out the challenges Smith’s team might face in pulling together “White House Worthy” kids’ spaces based on collections from Pottery Barn Teen, Pottery Barn Kids and Anthropologie.… Continue Reading

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