Have children? Then you might have a ton of toys of all kinds around, including stuffed ones that are loved by both children and adults. How can you keep stuffed animals cool and bright to save space and still have convenient storage for children? Here are a few options!
Boxes and boxes
The easiest way to store stuffed toys is to paint a box or box and put it on wheels to make it mobile. I bet everyone has a box or box that easily turns into a convenient storage item. A more popular idea is to create a stuffed animal zoo out of PVC pipe and clothesline. You can also mix up two ideas and make a box of PVC pipes to give each toy a separate space.
Nets and bags
Making a bag is super easy: put the toys in a piece of fabric and tie the corners to the crib. If you want something neater, just sew a bag yourself. A net is another idea for toys: take a piece of net and attach it to the wall with hooks. Crochet? Crochet some toy hammocks and hang them up with some hooks. Such types of storage take up little space on your child’s bed or in the corner of the room and are convenient to use.
Wall solutions are the most popular because they don’t take up any floor space. You can adapt almost anything to the wall: metal baskets, common baskets, drawers, PVC pipes, IKEA shelves and racks, planters, target baskets and boxes. Spray them to match the nursery decor and then simply attach them with hooks or screws. The good thing is that almost every project is DIY, and there are plenty of tutorials on the web so you can easily find a piece that suits you.
If you are a fan of bright colors, if you enjoy a cheerful or very sophisticated and chic decor that is ready to use out of the box, orange and its shades can be a great choice for your home. Light shades of orange are amazing for creating bold spaces and burnt orange is amazing for a very sophisticated interior. Today I want to share some ideas to incorporate these colors into kitchen decor. Let yourself be inspired!
First, decide which shades of orange you're going to attract: bright orange, orange to yellow, burnt orange, or even terracotta. They can be incorporated into many decoration styles. You need to understand how much color you are using and what mood you are trying to create. Terracotta and burnt orange work well in sophisticated spaces, while bright orange will literally add a happy feel to any kitchen. Do you use your shade of orange on the walls or do you prefer orange cabinets? You can create very interesting combinations with top orange and lower contrasting colored cabinets or just carry a single bright orange kitchen island with orange chairs or pendant lights.
Orange is not a very compatible color, but you can find a lot of interesting combinations besides combining it with neutral and white or black. Orange and gray, orange and dark green, mustard or bright yellow, even eggplant, blue green, navy and graphite gray - all these combinations are going to be super chic! Consider the style of your kitchen before choosing a suitable color scheme, or go bold and wild and rock out different colors, including bright oranges. Check out the ideas below and get inspired!