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Organize And Plan | Family Friendly Solutions For Your Children’s Homes

Organize And Plan | Family Friendly Solutions For Your Children’s Homes

The first step is finding room for the stuff. Kids come with a lot of gear, from the time they are babies until they are out the door and into their own place. In the meantime, you have to find ways to accommodate everything from strollers and building blocks to hockey sticks and Barbie collections.

The first step is finding room for the stuff. Kids come with a lot of gear, from the time they are babies until they are out the door and into their own place. In the meantime, you have to find ways to accommodate everything from strollers and building blocks to hockey sticks and Barbie collections.

When there is a place for everything, there is a better chance that the stuff will get put away. Don’t waste closet space. Add a shelving unit and storage bins, and put up hooks on the back of the closet door wherever possible. The small dresser that served your young child can be put into the closet at a later age.

Childrenís beds often come with storage compartments underneath, and nightstands can have either drawers or shelves. When children share a room, bunk beds and sleeping lofts are obvious choices for saving space. Teenagers, especially those 6-footers, may very well need a full size bed rather than the standard twin. Again, think storage space underneath or headboards that incorporate storage space.

Even if your school-age child has a computer desk, he or she may still not have enough room for spreading out books and binders at homework time. Consider a large desk if there is room, or maintain an open policy about using the kitchen or dining room table for homework. But remember that a young child’s feet should touch the floor to prevent restlessness, so if the dining room chair is too tall, use a box or stool under their feet.

Toys and sports equipment can be kept under control by using storage chests, large plastic cubes, or shelving units with bins. Hall trees often come with a storage bench, and are a great solution for coats and boots and skates. Save yourself a lot of trouble by painting children’s rooms rather than using wallpaper. Children quickly grow out of cute prints, and new paint is a simple solution for changing tastes.

Keep living room and family room furniture looking good by choosing fabrics with a high thread count and tight weave that clean easily and hold up to hard use. Flat weaves are better than textured fabrics for durability.

The new microfibers are a good choice for surviving kids and pets, and nothing is easier than slipcovers that can be removed and washed. By the way, sectional sofas are very versatile, able to adapt to any room and comfortable for everyone in the family. Add a set of nesting tables that can be handily moved from room to room for games and projects.

Don’t trip over the stuff of family life. There’s a way to make everyone happy . . . especially Mom.

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Decorative | Creative | Beautiful | Art | Add Color, Life And Personality To Any Room In Your House



Decorative | Creative | Beautiful | Art | Add Color, Life And Personality To Any Room In Your House.



Sometimes, we need to change the way a room looks. Whether you are high or low on budget, a piece of art on the wall of a room can add color and change the mood of a room.


Wall Art to decorate your home or just a room is a great way to add spice to a drab room. Whether the room you are looking to decorate is new or old, you are covered with these art pieces that are befitting any room.


They are all sorts of beautiful, tasteful and eye-catching art, canvas prints, framed prints and photographs in various art styles like:


Modern Art, Impressionist Art, Pop Art, Surrealism, Minimalist Art, Cubism, Art Deco, Contemporary art, Abstract art, Vintage art, Fine art photography, Classic art, Retro Art, Figurative Art, Asian Art, Children’s Art, Fantasy Art, Typography Art, African American Art.


Various subjects are also tastefully portrayed in art. These subjects include:

Religious, Spiritual, Wildlife, Florals, Sunsets, Beaches, Landscapes, Scenery, City Skylines, Trees, Sports, World Regions, Transportation, Weather Seasons, Nature, Folk.


Living Room Art


A room with palm print wallpaper, bean bag chairs, a couch, coffee table, rug, and tv at Communal

Photo Credit: Dan Gold


Bedroom Art


Interior decor bedroom art

Photo Credit: Hutomo Abrianto


Bathroom Art


Bathroom home decor design art

Photo Credit: Nick Karvounis


Kitchen Wall Art


Kitchen indoor decor design art

Photo Credit: Naomi Hébert


Dining Room Art


Dinning Room Decor Art

Photo Credit: Daniil Silantev


Foyer Art


Foyer Governors Mansion House Decor

Photo Credit: Pixabay


Laundry Room Art


Laundry Room Washing Machine Decor Art

Photo Credit: ErikaWittlieb


Dorm Room Art


College Dorm Room Decor Art

Photo Credit: Sgveng


Garage Art


Garage antique art design

Photo Credit: Pexels


Beach House Art


Beach house sea sand artistic

Photo Credit: Spencer Watson



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