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Decorating can be fun, but it can be extra challenging when you have small children to consider. This collection of kid-friendly side tables will convince you that design compromise is not necessary; most of the tables below won’t be a disaster if a bit of trip-and-fall happens in your home. — Darlene from
Guest Picks: Stylish Shelving for All Tastes
Shelving is something I definitely need more of in my house. A combination of concealed storage and open shelving for books and decor would take my currently unadorned living room and bedroom to new heights. Some of my fave units are fairly modern —...
Guest Picks: Loving Linen All Over the Home
As a child, I always loved natural fibers. I would often excitedly show my mother a dress or top I wanted that was made from linen or cotton. As soon as her eyes locked on the label with the dreaded words “iron after washing,” she would grab my...
Guest Picks: Egg Platters to Keep Those Devils in Their Place
My 6-year-old dragged me to a paint-your-own-pottery shop recently. I hadn’t painted my own pottery in 15 years; the last time was back when I used to manage a similar shop. It was like returning to the street you used to live on. It just felt as though...
Guest Picks: Get Your Head in the Clouds
As a child I loved to lie down on picnic blankets and watch the clouds roll by. I always had fun looking for shapes and imagining fanciful stories. Luckily for me, whimsical clouds are a popular motif in home decor, so we can all bring that daydreamy...
Guest Picks: Fun and Functional Kids’ Bathroom Finds
Second to the kitchen, the bathroom takes the biggest beating in a home with children. This is where the kids bathe, brush their teeth, shower, do their hair, wash their hands and — well, you know. And because you too are likely going to be spending...
Guest Picks: Curtain Call
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Curtains are the hardest home decor item to shop for. While recently looking around for dining room curtains, I found that there were mostly two common curtain themes: old-fashioned and affordable, or stylish...
Guest Picks: From India With Love
Perhaps it was the previews of the independent Indian film The Lunchbox, soon to be released in the States, or maybe it was the photos (and gorgeous treasures) from my friend and fellow blogger...
Guest Picks: Get a Handle on Rope
With warmer temperatures slowly approaching my area in Canada, I’m starting to crave casual interiors. And the more natural they feel, the better they are. Rope handles on everything will be popular this season for a good reason. Rope is a natural material...
Guest Picks: Bedroom Decor a Little Boy Will Love
With my son’s second birthday on the all-too-near horizon, I can’t help but wonder if he is ready for a big-boy room. Right now he is enamored of all things boy: planes, trains, bugs, sharks, cars, dinosaurs and skateboards, to name a few. I want...
Guest Picks: Midcentury Glam for Every Room
My husband and I recently took a trip to Palm Springs, California, without our kids. It was such a delight to be somewhere warm. But my favorite part of our visit was being surrounded by midcentury design and architecture. Even the inn we stayed...
Guest Picks: Red All Over
Red isn’t a color for everyone, I know. But it’s my favorite color — probably because of its boldness — so I want to make a case for red in home decor. A lot of people find it too intense to handle, particularly in potentially costly interior...
Guest Picks: Have a Shiny, Happy Spring With Green and Gold
The green and gold color combo is popping up in many spots around the home. And it’s not just the earthy shade of green, but emeralds, pastel mints and crisp greens paired with metallic gold or gold-toned brass. My personal favorite is the combo of...
Guest Picks: More Ideas for Artful Terrariums
Because Part 1 was so popular, I decided to tack on another ideabook about creating an artful terrarium. Here you’ll find more stunning vessels for display,...
Guest Picks: Pretty Plates for Walls and Tables
Plates aren’t just for the kitchen! In my house they adorn the wall of my daughter’s bedroom, and I have some on display in the dining room. And the family room has a wall of shelves with a few plates tucked in for layering purposes. Plates...
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