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We are still at least a year or two away from our own kitchen reno, so it’s safe to say that I’ll be on the hunt for kitchen inspiration for the next 365 days and then some. I’ve been hoarding kitchen phots in a secret pin board for months now, and when I stumble on one that feels both timeless and current, it’s like the holy grail. This kitchen, hailing from an updated 18th century home, is all that an then some. With the wall to wall subway tile, and the library sconces above the sink, I’m…

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from Parents

7 Kid-Friendly Bathroom Ideas

Make it easier for them to brush with shelves that keep supplies within reach. To make: Remove the lid of a wooden box. Use a 5⁄8-inch bit to drill a hole on one long edge, one inch from the left corner. Smooth with sandpaper. Paint the inside of the box with acrylic paint; let dry. Stamp on your child’s name; let dry. Apply two coats of spray varnish over the paint to seal. Fox and hedgehog toothbrush covers, $3 each; kikkerland.com. Monster dental floss, $4 each; containerstore.com

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from housebeautiful.com

Inside a Home That Puts a Kid-Friendly Twist on Stylish Decor

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from This Old House

A Bath That's Classic Yet Kid-Friendly

Open shelves neatly stow towels and toiletries within easy reach without adding another door swing to the room. | Photo: Mark Lund

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from Bitz & Giggles

Rainbow Sprinkle Bath Bombs

Rainbow Sprinkle Bath Bombs - Watch the rainbow appear when these bath bombs hit the water and start to fizz! They smell great, they're fun to make and they're soothing to the skin!

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from Apartment Therapy

Problems & Solutions: 5 Ways to Make a Bathroom More Kid-Friendly

Problems & Solutions: 5 Ways to Make a Bathroom More Kid-Friendly. Child friendly living advise, tips, DIY, and more!

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