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Feb

2014

Image taken by Allison Corona.

The image above captures a brief moment when my kids bedroom was clean and tidy. This moment is few and far between. Because my kids share a room, it has become a playroom, workroom, sleeping room and entertaining room for their friends. My husband and I have been talking lately about moving my daughter downstairs and giving my son his own room. Well, his own room until we adopt again, which we are hoping will happen this year. Our house is a decent size but lacks in bedroom space. Because both of my kids are getting older, they are  getting more bossy and easily annoyed with each other at night. I know they love each other dearly, but that’s clearly not the point when you are 7 and 8. Whatever happens, we will make it work and give our kids the space they need. Heck, they could bunk with us!! I kid I kid.

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2

Sep

2013

via One More Mushroom

I am loving the options available for kids rooms of late and the Henrik Bed has to be one of my favorites. It is a piece that can transition your little one from infancy to toddler age and still be perfect all the way into their pre teens. Many sizes and color options available, along with adorable photos. Meta from One More Mushroom is not only a lovely individual but a talented one at that! Being a mom, she saw a need for cool kids beds and is filling that need one Henrik bed at a time. Great job Meta!

 

Shop the Henrik Bed here.

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This cozy Christmas apartment is just the type of home that I would love to spend the holidays in. Each room is spacious, bright and full of Christmas joy. I also love that child’s bedroom. SO cute.

Home via Kotivinkki.

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This home, featured in Bolig, has the prettiest details weaved throughout each room.  From the soothing color palette to the patterns, textiles and art.  It seems as if not one detail has gone unnoticed.

 

What a whimsical room for a little girl.  Eden Jo has already called dibs!

via Pinterest via Hus&Hem.

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via pin, pin and pin.

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