3.16.2010

Reading nooks for kids

 
 

14 comments:

  1. Thanks julia for responding so quickly to my reply! These are all so precious. I will pass them along to my friend!
    Gives me the itch to change things around at home. Maybe in our treehouse...

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  2. My pleasure Cinzia! Treehouse!?!?! How lucky! If you ever take pics of your treehouse, feel free to send them over and I'll post them.

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  3. LOVE this blog. I'm a new mom and slightly obsessed with decorating my little Bear's room and of course, love a good kids story...thanks for sharing!

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  4. It makes me so happy when I hear from readers that they love my blog, so thank you nic!

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  5. I just love these reading nooks. We just made a library wall to house all the children's books and I'm in love with it. The covers are so cheery! I love that you put so many in one place!

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  6. I'm glad you like them Girlfrog. What I wouldn't give to have a library wall to display all my kids' books...enjoy yours!

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  7. I love all these ideas! I'm in the process of creating a reading nook for my girls. All this inspiration is fabulous. I've bookmarked so many great ideas from your blog... thank you!

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  8. New follower! Some great little nooks here really inspiring! Makes me want to get busy.

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  9. Welcome! If I've inspired you to get busy then MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!!! :) Thanks for stopping by!

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  10. Great ideas! Do you have any product information for the pod-like rattan chair pictured from cookiemag? I can't find anything like it. Thanks!

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  11. Pottery barn had something similar for outdoors (they called it the egg chair) but I don't see it on their website anymore. Maybe stores that specifically sell rattan might carry them as opposed to the bigger stores like Pottery Barn and Ikea, etc.

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  12. Wonderful! Even if you just have a cubby hole, crawl space, or corner, you can fashion something. GREAT ideas. Thanks!

    http://www.sensorysmartparent.com

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  13. You're welcome Nancy. I think every kid should have their own little reading nook. Actually, us adults too. Right now, my little guy lifted the lid to our ottoman and is sitting inside it (on some blankets) reading a book....his own little make-shift reading nook.

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