I've got two design finds that will turn a child's room from drab to ship shape. I spotted this Guidecraft Pirate Treasure Chest at a trade show this year. When you pair it with my other suggestions you're well on your way to keeping the little captains in your family happy.
The toy chest ($138.95) is a great storage solution and all you'll need to do is buy some navy striped sheets for the crib or bed and you've got a fun themed room that won't cost you a fortune. This chest/toy box features a spacious interior with dividers, safety lid supports, and cut-outs to prevent finger pinching (measures 33.5"W x 20"D x 20" H).
The Ten Best Wooden Play Kitchens For Kids
Cooking is a timeless fascination for children. This type of play goes beyond gender and teaches kids loads of life skills along the way. An investment in a play kitchen is money well spent, as it can provide hours of entertainment. We've rounded up the ten best wooden play ...read more
New Victory Announces a New Season of Shows
We know you're busy planning picnics and summer outings, but we wanted to let you know that The New Victory just announced their new season and it looks fantastic. We thought you'd like a sneak peek of what's in store! Each year the New Vic theater brings culture to tourists and ...read more
Fun Ways to Discover Venice Italy with Your Family
Greetings from Italy wear the gelato is rich, the clothes divine and the scenery is inspiring. Now that I've been to this fine city in the north of Italy, twice, I've amassed a list of favorites to share. These are some fun ways to discover Venice, Italy with your family. ...read more
For a slightly sophisticated touch, I found this Broze Porthole Mirror at www.givewink.com. Measuring 20 inches, this solid cast bronze mirror ($200) is a classic. Plus you'll feel good about your purchase, with every $100 that is spent online at www.givewink.com, it enables an underprivileged child in South America to get a free eye exam and glasses, if needed. Design finds #40 and #39.