March 2013

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live at home Child���s Play Rest Time A Clicker futon performs double duty as both a space for guests to sleep and a place for kids and parents to snuggle and read. Art Smart Leave a wall open for your little one���s creations and offer a child-sized table for your budding artist to work. Fun Zone A built-in shelving unit equipped with clear plastic bins and fabric totes creates a place to play and to put away. Hang it Up A cloth shoe rack hanging on the door creates an easily accessible area to keep stuffed toys tidy. 20 BRAVA Magazine March 2013 Photos by Sarah Maughan Without a functional space to call their own, the ���oor quickly becomes storage for the sea of colorful plastic toys that comes with having kids. This is the reality busy mom Melissa Berger, who has two kids under the age of 3, wished to avoid. She took a light-filled room with built-in shelving, added colorful storage options and ample children���s furniture to create a cozy playroom with a place for everything and everything in its place���at least some of the time. Here���s how she makes her playroom work.

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