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Nautical Accents for Kids Rooms

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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.

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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).

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