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If you don't have built ins already, add shelves / bookcases but leave a box frame area for tv. Add a curtain rod (hanging from ceiling hooks, if walls are not narrow enough) add the curtains. Ideal for playroom, den or close off space for bedroom. G;)

20 Clever Basement Storage Ideas

If you don't have built ins already, add shelves / bookcases but leave a box frame area for tv. Add a curtain rod (hanging from ceiling hooks, if walls are not narrow enough) add the curtains. Ideal for playroom, den or close off space for bedroom. G;)

Almost like what we have, but not as deep or colorful.  These have the advantage of less expensive cushions because they are narrower.

Almost like what we have, but not as deep or colorful. These have the advantage of less expensive cushions because they are narrower.

Making Children's Bookshelves | Step-by-Step | DIY Craft How To’s and Instructions| Martha Stewart

Making Children's Bookshelves

Making Children's Bookshelves | Step-by-Step | DIY Craft How To’s and Instructions| Martha Stewart

This would be the worst idea for a child's room... Picking up toys is enough don't need them pulling books apart every where

Library Wall

This would be the worst idea for a child's room... Picking up toys is enough don't need them pulling books apart every where

Playroom organization- love the middle one with window seat and shelving on either side.

Playroom organization- love the middle one with window seat and shelving on either side.

Indoor Tree House Reading Nook for Kids

The BEST DIY Reading Nook Ideas

Playroom Organization. Keep your playroom neat and tidy with a large built-in structure. The lower shelves and cabinets store books, toys, and games, while the upper portion houses items that need parental supervision. Leave some desk space in between the shelves so your little ones have plenty of room to get creative.

open storage organization display

Playroom Organization. Keep your playroom neat and tidy with a large built-in structure. The lower shelves and cabinets store books, toys, and games, while the upper portion houses items that need parental supervision. Leave some desk space in between the shelves so your little ones have plenty of room to get creative.

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