DIY plywood kid’s desk area and IKEA hack: Ez’s bedroom

I realised recently that I’ve never actually got round to properly sharing Ez’s bedroom makeover from last year. I showed you her brother’s indoor climbing wall and flip-down desk, and I did a video about the plywood Ikea-hack in Ez’s room, but never followed it up with a proper post. And she absolutely loves her room, so it seems only fair to share it here. I have a thing for plywood in kids’ rooms, so when we moved the twins into their own bedrooms last Christmas, I wanted to make it a feature of their new spaces. I love the…

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Green gender-neutral kids’ rooms

Having boy girl twins that share a room means that we’ve had to find a decorating scheme for their bedroom that suits them both (see the bright shades in our Penguin-books-themed nursery), but even if this wasn’t the case, you wouldn’t catch me opting for the traditional pink or blue. See I have a big problem with the widespread gender-based marketing and promotion of products for kids – from toys, to decor, to clothes – so thinking outside the box when it comes to decorating children’s bedrooms is something I’m rather obsessed with. This is the first in a series of posts on…

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